Awhile ago, I talked about how your body is like a car and how you need different foods from ALL of the food groups every day. Just like a car needs certain amounts of fluids, your body needs certain amounts of each food group. It is not good for your car to have too much oil or too much air in the tires, just like it is not good if you don’t have enough. That is the same with food in the food groups. Let’s start with the Grains Group…
What are grains?
What are grains used for?
How do grains help our bodies?
One half of the grains we eat in a day should be whole grains, what are whole grains?
I almost wore out my waffle iron and so I am going to give it a little rest and move on to the electric skillet. I am so excited to share some awesome things you can do with an electric skillet. Please share any ideas you want me to try or things you have tried and win a prize! Just email ideas and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We all like a little mac and cheese sunshine and you will love this recipe so here we go:
My daughter loves french toast. It is one of her favorite foods. The first thing she does when it comes off the griddle is smash in the middle so the syrup has somewhere to go. I solved that problem for her–I waffled french toast :)! Now there are plenty of little pockets for syrup or butter sauce or fruit or whatever. Try it out–it is great! Here we go:
And guess what? Everybody can!!! Kids Create is giving away prizes. And it is so easy to claim your free stuff because we all need more free stuff…and I would love to have some new ideas 🙂 So here’s the deal, you can “win” a a prize one of two ways:
Email me a recipe idea that you want me to try out that is creative, fun, easy and at least a little bit on the healthier side along with your name and address. My email address is email@example.com. If I use your recipe on Kids Create, then you will get a prize mailed to you.
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So in thinking of what to make, I thought, “why not try waffling corn bread?” That way there are more holes to hold the honey butter! Or make it into a Navajo taco…Hmmmm, interesting. And so I tried it and guess what? It worked great! (Even if the pictures are a little creepy…:) So here goes…
Who has an hour to wait for banana bread? Now you don’t have to! With this recipe you will have quick, easy, and super yummy banana bread in minutes. In fact, I could probably make the banana bread and be eating it faster than I can do this blog post…
Let’s get started!
WAFFLED BANANA BREAD
1 cake mix
¼ cup oil
3 or 4 medium bananas, mashed
Heat up waffle iron to medium setting as you mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl. Spray waffle iron with non stick spray and drop batter onto waffle iron as desired. Cook until golden brown.
Use different flavors of cake mix to create fun flavors!