Looking for something healthy to nibble on while you watch TV? Then we have just the right thing for you: a recipe for homemade, oven-baked apple and banana crisps. It’s easy to make crisps from slices of fresh fruit, like apples and bananas. Simply add some honey and cinnamon to make a tasty and healthy snack. We love to nibble on crisps!
Warning: Can be addictive! Our oatmeal biscuits with bananas and peanut butter not only taste divine but are also sure to put you in a good mood in no time at all. Our little feel-good cookies can be made in three quick steps and with just four ingredients. A perfect snack for the days when you could use a small portion of “good cheer”.
Dried fruit makes a fruity and handy snack for in between meals. Below we show you how you can dry your own fruit. Dried fruit has one major advantage, especially when you are on the go: it’s not only easy to carry, it’s also easy to eat – you don’t need to bring a knife to peel or chop up the fruit into small pieces.
Back to school! For parents, this means back to organising breaktime snacks for their kids. This isn’t always an easy thing to do. After all, the food in their lunchbox should be varied and healthy so that the little ones have enough energy and can concentrate on their lessons.
Summer time is ice cream time! You don’t even need an ice cream maker – you can conjure up a delicious ice lolly with some fruit, juice and ice lolly moulds. The perfect refreshment for hot days! The summer tastes even better with our fruit sorbet on a stick.
Feel like a sweet but healthy packed lunch? Whether it’s at school, in the office or as a light snack during the day, our Feel Good Sandwich always hits the spot and is always tasty! This deliciously light, feel good snack needs just a few ingredients and is made in two quick steps.
During periods of stress, it is especially important to eat a balanced diet. Some foods are particularly suitable ‘comfort foods’. Today we show you which snacks can help to alleviate stress.
Looking for a quick way to cool down on hot days? Then this orange sorbet is the perfect treat! A sorbet is the name given to a semi-frozen dessert – and what is more refreshing on hot days than an ice-cold, fruity snack? Our orange sorbet is slightly different to the dairy ice cream version, especially when the temperatures soar. It consists mainly of oranges and therefore tastes particularly fruity and not too sweet. And the best thing is: you don’t need an ice cream maker to prepare it. So, let’s go!
Normal ice cubes from the freezer? Anyone can have them! Our fruity ice lollies add a very special refreshing touch to your summer drink: frozen pieces of fruit on skewers not only look fancy, they also keep your drinks cool on hot days and ensure an extra boost of vitamins. Here we show you how you can make your own fruity ice lollies for your drinks.
Light Trends in grilling are leaning toward light and healthy gourmet recipes that include lots of fresh produce. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or how-to advice, our recipes and tips will take your grilling to a whole new level.