Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Tasty Tuesday: Nostalgia Breakfast For You And The Kids

On today's menu: Banana-Yogurt Boats

As some of you may know, my grandpa died earlier this year, and since my grandmother is not quite willing any more to take care of herself or their house, she decided it was time to move to a nursing home. Last weekend my parents helped her getting through a lot of drawers to weed out what she would take with her, and what would stay behind. And what do we find among loads of old crap? My old Popeye cook book I had as a child. A little bit faded, but still in mint condition. I thing this is one of those things that happen a lot when you go through old stuff. You find the most random things of your childhood, which open a whole box of memories. This one was more a pamphlet with healthy recipes for kids that the health insurance gave out than a real book, but it was officially my first cook book! Here’s my favorite recipe from it, a healthy and yummy breakfast, which can be easily prepared with even very young kids helping (for all you mommies out there!)

Banana-Yogurt Boats

You need:

2 bananas

3 teaspoons chocolate-milk powder

1 cup plain yogurt

1 multi-grain artisan bread rolls

Fresh berries for garnish, if desired

How to do it:

Mash the bananas with a fork in a shallow bowl. Add the chocolate-milk powder and yogurt. Stir well and spread on the bread roll halves. If you have time, garnish them with fresh berries.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

PS: You can also find this recipe and many more on Adventures in {Baby} Food

This recipe was taken from “Spielend kochen lernen mit Popeye’s Lieblingsrezepten.”, a pamphlet copyright by AOK-Verlag GmbH, Bonn, Germany; issued 1991

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