There are lots of great healthy recipes for kids, including recipes they can make with you! Growing up, helping my mom in the kitchen was one of my favorite #things to do. Our time together in the kitchen instructed me how to cook, let me spend time with my very #best friend, and taught me lots of valuable nutritional information. I can't wait to do the same thing with my own children some day! If you want to spend time with your little ones in the kitchen, take a #look at these healthy recipes for kids and make nutrition fun for them!
1. Chunky Fish Fingers
What kid doesn't love fish sticks? Immediately, this doesn't seem like it would number among any healthy recipes for kids, but it is very healthy, especially compared to the alternative! The #recipe calls for haddock for a nice, light taste, and the addition of turmeric adds a nice bite! Keep in mind, you can use whatever kind of oil you prefer.
500g skinless, boneless chunky white fish fillet (we used haddock), cut into neat thumb-sized strips
100g plain flour , seasoned
3 large eggs , beaten
200g dried breadcrumbs
large pinch turmeric (optional)
vegetable oil, for frying
Grown ups and children: Get 3 shallow dishes and set up a production line of flour then egg then breadcrumbs. Children can pour the ingredients into each dish and crack and beat the eggs. If you want the breadcrumbs to be golden then mix through the turmeric. Place a large empty plate at the end of the line to put the uncooked fish fingers on.
Children: Show children how to methodically dip a finger of fish in the flour, shaking off any excess, then dredge it through the egg and finally roll it in the breadcrumbs so it's completely coated and place it on the plate. This is a job kids as young as 2 can help with but it's a messy one so they may need a wipe down halfway through. The fish fingers can now be laid on a tray and frozen then placed into a #bag.
Grown ups: To cook the fingers heat the oil in a frying pan and cook the fingers for 3-4 mins on each side. Place on a tray lined with kitchen paper and keep warm in a low oven, if cooking in batches. Alternatively, preheat the oven to 200C/180C fan/ gas mark 6. Brush a tray with a little oil, cook the fish fingers for about 10 - 12 mins until golden and cooked through, turn over half way through cooking #time.