Homemade sugar-free treats that your kids will love
Most children love chocolate and sweets, yet indulging in sugary snacks can be problematic for their teeth and wider health. Instead, why not make a few healthy and delicious treats in your own kitchen?Read on for three recipes you need to try that’ll be fun activities for all the family.
Blueberry Bunny Fudge
Fruity fudge is definitely something you should try, so here’s a quick and easy recipe to have a go at. Precise measurements aren’t really necessary, so play around with it until you’ve got the flavour just right.Ingredients
Flavouring: Try vanilla essence or cinnamon. A great sugar-free chocolate alternative is organic cacao nibs
Throw in some organic maca powder to adjust consistency when needed
How to make them
Once you’ve got all your ingredients together, simply throw them all in a bowl and mash them all together with a spoon. The coconut oil will make it slightly wet so mix in the maca powder for consistency.
Blend it all together until you’re happy and can make them into little balls.
Finally, put them onto wax paper on a metal tray and leave in the fridge to set for about an hour.
Peanut Butter Animals
This is another simple, healthy little recipe to ease those sugar cravings. Ingredients