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The swiftest way to anyone’s heart is through the stomach. Make meal times a heartfelt affair with these quick yet wholesome recipes—from the kitchen of Fit for 2’s cafe in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur—that are bound to delight both young and old. Bon appétit!

1.            Breakfast

Yummy Granola

Yummy Granola

Yummy Granola

Single serving

·                     500 grams rolled oats

·                     120 grams sunflower seeds

·                     120 grams white sesame

·                     250 grams nuts

·                     4 tsp cinnamon

·                     2 tbsp sunflower oil

·                     120 grams golden syrup

·                     4 tbsp honey

·                     250 grams dried fruit

Serve with

·                     150 grams milk

·                     100 grams granola

·                     150 grams plain yogurt

·                     50 grams stewed fruit

Yummy Granola

1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Mix all ingredients but the dried fruit together, and spread the mix onto a tray so that it is nicely spaced out.

2. Bake for about 30 to 40 minutes until golden brown. Allow to cool then mix with dried fruit and store in a jar. Serve with milk, granola, plain yoghurt and stewed fruit. It’s Playtime! Get your kids to help make the granola mix and put them in jars after baking. Have crayons or colourful felt tip pens, labels, ribbons and stickers ready that they can use to decorate each jar.

- Snack

celery stick with peanut butter and raisins

Celery stick with peanut butter and raisins

Ants on A Log (celery stick with peanut butter and raisins)

- Sandy Boat

Apple slices dipped in peanut butter and chopped nuts

Apple slices dipped in peanut butter and chopped nuts

·                     Celery sticks

·                     Apple slices

·                     Peanut butter

·                     Chopped nuts

·                     Raisins

1. Get “ants” onto the “log” by spreading peanut butter on one side of each celery stick and adding on raisins in a row.

2. To make “sandy boats”, dip one end of each apple slice in peanut butter and coat dipped ends with chopped nuts.

Fun with food: Some vegetables, such as celery, are an acquired taste and can be difficult to incorporate into a picky eater’s diet. Mask celery’s strong, earthy taste with natural peanut butter, raisins or chopped nuts. Kids love this!

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