I understand all too well, how difficult it can be to eat healthily on the go. Especially, when you have a busy lifestyle and don’t have much time to prepare lunch. It is also hard to not get stuck in a rut, eating the same thing for lunch, every single day.
Thinking about what to feed your kids at breakfast can be challenging. Especially when you don’t have much time in the morning but you want to feed your children a decent healthy breakfast that will keep them going until lunchtime. That is why it is so easy for breakfast to become boring. But don’t worry. Here are 3 more quick, delicious and healthy recipes to add to your repertoire. Also, check out recipes for more breakfast ideas!
Sweet potato pone, made up of sweet potato, coconut, sugar, spices & raisins, is a favourite in the Caribbean; especially the islands of Trinidad and Grenada. It can be served as a desert or a snack and really is a perfect mix of a chewy flapjack and a moist carrot cake, and tastes great. It can be served with custard.
This is a Christmas meal recipe inspired by the Caribbean. Fish prepared escovitch style is seasoned, fried and marinated with a peppery vinegar-based dressing. Rice & peas is a great side dish and a is a popular choice in the Caribbean. Serve with seasonal vegetables of your choice.
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