Life is Simple and so are our bodies. The snacks, fruits and vegetables do not need to be difficult to digest and stored or expelled. So my goal is to make life a little simpler by sharing some of my easy breezy meals, smoothies, snacks to your kitchen table.
Here’s a simple Finger snack to munch on for the kids after school.
- 1 cup dry oats
- 5 medjool Dates sliced
- 1 ripe banana
- 2 Tbls Sunflower Seed butter (any seed/nut butter)
- 1/2 cup almonds or walnuts (roasted-option)
- 3 Tbls Agave
- 1/8 tsp Sea Salt
- Slice Medjool Dates and remove seeds
- Whisk Banana until smooth
- Add seed/nut butter of choice
- Add dates
- Add nuts, Agave, sea salt
- or create round balls and place on cookie sheet
- Preheat oven on 250 degrees F
- Mix makes 16 rounds
- Place in oven for 7-10 minutes
- Let cool and Enjoy!
Great places to take kids this week would be the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM). This season’s exhibit, Healthyville, is all about being smart with your health. Knowing your muscles, being active, and choosing healthy meal options through exploring is what got me excited about Healthyville.
Kids of all ages are encouraged to enter. They have various stations wher you’re moving your feet, arms and entire body to get your heart pumping. Even I was able to get on a station with my daughter to measure our heart rate while being active.
Showing kids through demonstrations on how to maintain and take care of their bodies in a fun way was exciting. We were all over the place. My daughter enjoyed it and you will see her demonstration on muscles in the picture below.
We will definitely go back as education and knowledge about food and health plays a huge role in my house. So fuel up , be active, and head over to the LICM.