This simple hearty soup is ready to serve in less than 20 mns.
An easy to follow recipe, suitable for your toddlers, and i am sure they will love it. I was hesitating to offer it to my son, and now it’s his favorite soup.
- 600g fresh broccoli
- 1 large onion chopped
- 3 garlic cloves
- 3/4 cup of cream
- salt to taste
In a medium pot add the broccoli, (don’t throw the stems, they do the real work), chopped onion and garlic.
Simmer uncovered about 15 mns until the broccoli is tender. Puree the soup with the blender then add the cream and salt to taste.
P.S: simmering, is bringing it to a boil and then reducing the heat to a point where the formation of bubbles has almost ceased.
It’s ready to serve. Try it with croutons!
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A palatable lebanese deli, flavored with orange blossom. Very light, easy to prepare and your toddlers will love it .
- 1 1/2 cup milk full fat
- 1 1/2 tbsp sugar
- 1 1/2 tbsp corn flour
- 1 1/2 tbsp orange blossom
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 tbsp orange blossom
Enough toast to line the plate you will be preparing the dessert in.
Crushed pistachios to sprinkle over, or if you prefer almond or walnuts. They all taste wonderful with it.
- Line the toast in the plate
- Make the syrup: combine water, sugar and lemon and place over medium heat to allow the sugar to melt, then add the orange blossom and pour the hot syrup over the toast to let them soak in it. Put aside
- Prepare the pudding: mix the milk, sugar and corn flour together and place over medium heat and keep stirring until the mixture becomes viscous then add the orange blossom and pour it over the soaked toasts.
- When it cools to room temperature put it in the fridge for at least 5 hours, better for overnight.
Don’t forget to sprinkle the pistachios, almonds or walnut over before serving!
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it’s dessert time! Sometimes you wish to give your kid other than fruits and still being healthy. A simple and homemade cake is an option. Here is a simple recipe that you will never forget and it will be ready even before you finish reading the post.
- 170g butter
- 170g sugar
- 170g flour
- 3 eggs
- 1 tsp vanilla
Mix the butter + sugar and add the eggs one by one, then the flour and vanilla.
Pour the cake batter in a cupcake mold,personally I find it more practical and easy to have them as portions to take them with me in the afternoon when we go to the park
(Bake for 20mns on 170°C)
I am teaching my boy the animals, so I found it nice to decorate it with animal cutouts.
Very easy to DIY, print animal faces, cut them out and stick them on toothpicks as the picture shows.
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