Welcome to CreativiTee Kitchen's Kid's Corner, where we will feature recipes, crafts, and creations inspired by our very own CreativiTee Kitchen's children. They are just as creative if not more at times, and we want share their inspired creations with you.
This yummy apple sundae recipe will be a sure hit with your young ones. It is easy and delicious and they can help too. With the abundance of inexpensive organic apples going around you can make this a quick snack for your hungry little ones in no time.
1-2 Organic apples ( preferably sweet)
2 Tbsp Organic Almond butter
2 Tbsp Hazelnut spread
1 Small box of raisins
1 Tbsp of chopped walnuts or pecans (optional)
1 tsp Nonpariel Sprinkles
Cut the apples into slices, leaving the skin on and place into a bowl of your choice. In two separate bowls melt the almond bitter and the hazelnut spread for about 20-25 seconds in the microwave. Pour the almond butter over the apples, then pour the hazelnut spread over them, place the nuts and the raisins on top. To finish add the sprinkles. The almond butter acts as the caramel just without all the sugar, and the hazelnut spread is your chocolate. You can of course use some melted chocolate chips also. I used what I had in my pantry. The children loved it and it wasn’t overly sweet, just enough to satisfy them and be a dessert at the same time!
There's is nothing like a delicious cup of Italian ice in the summer time. Well look no further than this Raspberry Lemon Cup Freezy! It is sweet, tart and refreshing. Don't know if it's Italian, but hey forgetaboutit!
1 Container of fresh raspberries washed, frozen then thawed.
2-2 1/2 Tbsp. Organic Cane Sugar
Put your thawed raspberries in a medium size mixing bowl and add the sugar. Wash the lemons and then cut them in half. Juice the lemons being careful to use a strainer to ensure no seeds are left in the juice. Try to get as much of the pulp as you can also, but not the hard section parts. Scoop out any remaining lemon pieces in the halves of the lemons, causing it to look like an empty cup. Carefully cut off the tips of the bottoms so that the cups can sit flat, making sure you do not cut too much or the juice will come through the bottom. Place the lemon juice and pulp into the bowl with the raspberries and sugar. With a hand mixer, mix for about a minute on medium to make sure it is mixed well. Pour the mixture into the lemon cups and place into a container. Put the container into the freezer and leave for about an hour and a half to two hours depending on how soft or hard you like your freezy. Take them out and enjoy!
This delicious and delectable oatmeal recipe will have your children asking, no begging for more! This of course is so easy to make and so delicious. Your children will be getting their fiber intake and fruit with a little extra yum on the side.
1-1 1/2 Cup of cooked oats/oatmeal
1/2-1 Whole banana
2 Tbsp Creamy Almond Butter
1 Tbsp Chocolate Chips (Organic dark preferred)
pinch of Cinnamon
Can add Chia seeds, flax seeds or other fiber fillers to the bowl according to your child’s taste.
Cook the oats (I used quick oats) with a dash of salt according to your serving size on the canister or bag of oats.
After cooking place oatmmeal in a bowl of your choice, then add the almond butter, banana and chocolate chips, followed by the pinch of cinnamon. You can let them stir the goodness all around themselves. It’s yum in a bowl!
I needed to make a craft piece for an interview according to theme of this particular business’s website. Well one of the themes was fairies. So my Mason jar ideas swirled. I had another idea which after I create it I’ll showcase that later, but I ended up making Tinkerbell using a Mason jar. It was super easy and can be used for a birthday party, as a change jar or whatever else your child‘s heart desires. I painted the jar green, then I used green tissue paper as the dress. I drew my own picture and glued it to the top of the lid, then I glued some more tissue paper around that. I had a pretty decorative green gift bag with gold in it. I used that to glue the pieces of tissue paper for the dress. Then I glued it around the jar. For the final touch I used the gift bag handle as a sort of belt around it. It was perfect!
A lot of places are experiencing the coolness and beauty of the fall season, but here in Florida we are still having some hot days. Although another dessert was in mind instead of this recipe, but this is what became of it, and the children loved it!