Sweetcorn-filled akara for the kids. Are you going to try it? Lets make our imaginations run wild…what else can we add to akara?
When you have overripe bananas staring at you, there are different things you can turn it into rather than throwing them away. Banana oats waffles is one of them. Make these kid-friendly versions that are nutritiously healthier and filling.
Get this easy way to use our Nigerian yam to make a nutritious toddler meal. Yam Omelette can be given as a finger food, packed in the lunchbox and also added as a side to meals for bigger kids.
Learn how to make a healthy banana bread for the family. You don’t need any special gadget for this.
Do you have mangoes? Then get in here and make this simple pancake of mango popping sweetness.
Get how to make an exciting fruit salad for the kids and the whole family.
Ditch the traditional wrapper and made Agidi/Eko look interesting and easy to eat for your toddler and kids. Make lunchbox-friendly Agidi/Eko Jellos.
Still thinking there are no enough ways to make couscous? Try this delicious version with apple for your toddler and school kids, as well as the whole family.
Get in here and fry plantains (a.k.a. Dodo) for the kids as deliciously fragrant finger food. This is one yummy alternative to chips that they will enjoy.
Have you tried adding avocado to that ketchup you serve your child? It makes it more nutritious and bet me, they will not know the difference. Don’t hesitate to join them and enjoy too.
Wraps are good for the lunchbox especially with nutritious ingredients to boost your child’s brainpower for the day. Make this easy salad wrap in a jiffy.