Ella, director of Wholefood Kids and healthy food crusader!

Posts byElla

Fruit Juice Jellies

These jellies are a  great way to treat kids without giving them lots of refined sugar. Flavoured with natural fruit juice and sweetened with honey, they are perfect for filling lolly bags at a party or for special occasions.   WHAT YOU NEED: 80 ml freshly squeezed juice, strained ( try using lemons, apples, pears blueberries, beetroots or oranges) 1-3 tablespoons honey, according to taste

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Healthy Corn And Zucchini Fritters

These healthy yet delicious fritters are a great lunchbox idea! These little fritters are bursting with flavour and are a great source of dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals The quinoa flour used to bind the mixture gives it a uniquely nutty flavour and ideal for those avoiding gluten!    WHAT YOU NEED: 2 cups grated zucchini 2 corn cobs, kernels sliced off cob 2 tbsp

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What you can do to help your body!

  Here are a few tips on how to keep your body healthy:  Eat healthy food every day and try and avoid high sugar drinks and lollies like Coke and M&M’s. Drink lots of water especially on hot summer days! Always do plenty of exercise.Sports like rugby, tennis, swimming and basketball are all fun sports, plus they get you fit!

Green Smoothie Machine

                 Green Smoothie Drink This drink is a great quickie or for a sit down and chill. It is a great drink for anyone who is willing to have a delicious drink! This green smoothie is high in vitamins and more healthy things! The smoothie is best made in a Nutribullet but a blender would be ok.   WHAT YOU NEED: A small handful of fresh

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Top tips for turning kids into green thumbs

Plant anything you want but that depends where you live. Here are some of the things you may plant: lettuce, carrot, tomato, strawberrys and parsely. During the video Jason gives great ways to mark your vege patch.

French childeren eat everything!

Today I read an article about french food while looking up heathy lunch box ideas. I learnt that french kids  will eat anything. It’s amazing isn’t it? Here is an example of a french kids school lunch box. Source: http://karenlebillon.com/french-school-lunch-menus/ Instead of a sandwich french childeren have grilled chicken, green peas and beet salald – sounds super heathy! You know when your eating heathy because

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Banana and Oat “Monkey Biscuits”

These are called monkey biscuits because they have banana in them and monkeys like bananas (then again, so do our chickens!). They are a very healthy snack, there great for taking on long trips. Recipe Grab a flat plate and 3 ripe bananans and a fork and start mashing them!