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8 easy recipes to make at home with kids

In addition to the simple dances, talking about costumes and games comes to mind Celebrate JuneCelebration dishes are the ones that steal the most hearts out there!




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After two years, it looks like the family can finally enjoy this joy outside the home. Still, taking the time to prepare some delicious recipes with the kids in the kitchen will make the experience even more special (and fun)!

To make your Sao Joao a success, we’ve talked to nutritionists and chosen some recipes that incorporate common festive ingredients: peanuts, rice, corn, and everything else available this month. 3, 2, 1 in Treat full Arraiá …

Sweet Potato Brigadero



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Materials:

  • 1 raw beet (without skin) and chopped
  • Boil and mash 3 sweet potatoes (medium)
  • 100 ml coconut milk
  • 1 and 1/2 cup of Dimera sugar
  • 100 g corano coconut

Preparation mode:

Mash the boiled potatoes with a mixer or beat in a processor to make them very smooth. Beat coconut milk and beetroot in a blender. Then in a pan pour the puree, whipped coconut milk with beetroot, sugar and grated coconut.

Put the mixture in the oven. When it starts to boil, reduce the heat and keep stirring vigorously until it starts to boil (about 25 minutes) and is completely detached from the pan. Finally, pour the candy into a bowl and let it cool. With flour at room temperature, roll like a brigadier and roll in grated coconut. They are ready to cheer the party guests!

* Recipes provided by Maternal and Child Nutritionist Sabrina Orlandin (absabrinaorlandin)

Sweet rice swing

Age limit: From 1 year



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Materials:

  • 1 cup white rice
  • 2 glasses of water
  • 250 ml coconut milk
  • 2 Trimmed, without sweet and peat
  • 1/2 teaspoon ambergris extract (or vanilla)
  • 1 pinch cinnamon

Preparation mode:

Mix rice and water in a pan and keep it on low heat. Meanwhile, mash the plums or put the pulses in a food processor until they form a puree. Then add milk to the plum paste and when the water is dry, add it to the rice.

Stir the mixture over low heat (the point of the rice pudding is wet and creamy, the rice should not be allowed to dry completely). Turn off the heat, add the amber extract (or vanilla) and stir a little more. Now just sprinkle with cinnamon and serve.

* Recipes provided by nutritionist Camilla Machado and Luitgard Lima from the clinic.

Kurau

Age limit: From 2 years old



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Materials:

  • 200 grams of green corn
  • 200 ml fresh coconut milk
  • 3 tablespoons grated fresh coconut
  • 3 tablespoons of coconut sugar
  • 1 level spoon of coconut oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • Cinnamon powder to taste

Preparation mode:

Beat the ingredients in a blender (excluding baking powder) until a homogeneous cream is obtained. Then add the yeast and beat again. Transfer the mixture to a silicone mold or to a roasting pan greased with coconut oil and cornmeal and place in the oven (preheated) for about 40 minutes. To finish, the family can sprinkle cinnamon powder to taste.

* Recipes provided by nutritionist Camilla Machado and Luitgard Lima from the clinic.



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Tapioca dice

Age limit: From 2 years old



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Materials:

  • 500 g granular tapioca flour
  • 1 liter of milk
  • 500 grams of grated yogurt cheese
  • Salty
  • 1 pinch white pepper

Preparation mode:

Heat the milk in a pan and turn off the heat when hot. In a bowl, mix grated colho cheese with granulated tapioca. Then add hot milk and stir. Add salt and pepper and keep stirring until all the ingredients are well mixed.

Pour the mixture into a mold covered with cling film and also cover the flour on top. Then refrigerate for about two hours. Once hardened, cut the mixture into cubes and brown in the oven. These can be served with fruit jelly!

* Recipes provided by nutritionist Camilla Machado and Luitgard Lima from the clinic.

Pumpkin candy

Age limit: From 6 months



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Materials:

  • 100 g peeled pumpkin
  • 50 ml water or coconut water
  • 1 apple
  • 1/2 papaya
  • 1/2 pear

Preparation mode:

Transfer all ingredients to a pressure cooker and when you get the pressure, count to 5 minutes and turn off. Let the cream cool and serve it crushed for the little ones to enjoy!

* Recipes provided by child nutritionist Camilla Alves (@nutrinfantil_camilalves)

Homemade peanut candy

Age limit: From 1 year



Homemade peanut candy

Homemade peanut candy

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Materials:

  • 2 cups peanuts (fried and skinless)
  • 1 cup (tea) sugar
  • 1 pinch salt

Preparation mode:

Put sugar, peanuts and salt in a blender. Beat everything together until it forms a finely chopped texture. Then pour into a bowl and stir for a few minutes with the tip of a finger. Transfer the mixture to a mold, spread and press well. Refrigerate and leave for 30 minutes. Finally, just cut into squares and enjoy!

* Recipes provided by child nutritionist Camilla Alves (@nutrinfantil_camilalves)



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