Note: This simple and healthy snack is designed especially for kids to make on their own.
This quick and easy-to-make dish is a great source of calcium and will help you jump-start your morning!
Prep time: 5 minutes
- 3/4 c. light fruit-flavored yogurt
- 1 tbsp. raisins
- 1 tbsp. sunflower seeds
- 1/3 c. strawberries
- measuring cup
- measuring spoon
- Mix all ingredients in a plastic cup.
Serving size: approximately 11/4 cup
Nutritional analysis (per serving):
7 g protein
4 g fat
0 g sat. fat
40 g carbohydrate
3 g fiber
3 mg cholesterol
88 mg sodium
222 mg calcium
0.9 mg iron
Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on ingredient brands used.
Variations and suggestions:
For variety, use different flavored yogurt, fruit, and nuts.
Reviewed by: Allison Brinkley, RD, LD/N
Date reviewed: March 2009
|Allrecipes.com This site offers more than 40,000 free recipes, plus lots of cooking tips and information.|
|Tips for Cooking with Kids Helpful tips from PBS for parents who are cooking with kids.|
|Plastic Fork Diaries Plastic Fork Diaries is a site especially for kids that has stories about school, nutrition, and other kids.|
|About Home Alone Recipes The recipes for these simple and healthy meals and snacks are designed especially for kids to do on their own. Some of these require some help from parents on preparations. But once that's done, parents can feel safe knowing that the kids are snacking healthy, and working in the kitchen without turning on any major appliances or using sharp objects.|
|Leaving Your Child Home Alone It's natural for parents to?be a bit anxious when first leaving kids without supervision. But you can feel prepared and confident with some planning and a couple of trial runs.|
|Cooking With Kids Inviting kids into the kitchen to help you cook can be a great way to create quality together time and help your child learn and refine some basic skills.|
|Cooking With Preschoolers It may take a little flexibility and prep work, but time in the kitchen with your preschooler can be a culinary adventure you'll both enjoy.|
|Cooking With School-Age Kids Why encourage school-age kids to join you in the kitchen? Because the lessons learned there can be helpful both at home and in school.|
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
© 1995-2012 The Nemours Foundation/KidsHealth. All rights reserved.