Worms in dirt is a classic for kids - they never seem to tire of it. Making them in individual shot glasses (available at the dollar store) makes them perfect for a party.
They contain vitamin C, which acts as an antioxidant, and can help with digestion, heart health, blood pressure and even cancer prevention.
Frozen grapes make tasty treats on their own. Skewer them on a toothpick and dip them in melted white chocolate (or even thick Greek yogurt) and sprinkles before freezing, for an almost-instant treat that’s fun to pop in your mouth.
Fruit, yogurt and grains make a balanced breakfast; why not freeze them on a stick for sticky summer mornings?
With 92 percent water, watermelon is perfect for puréeing and freezing into all-fruit ice pops – no added sugar required. Fresh or frozen raspberries, strawberries or cherries add a vitamin boost.
These Phantom Rhubarb Muffins have become a staple in our house - they're called phantom because they disappear so quickly!
Just one serving of peanuts is full of protein, fibre, healthy fats and essential vitamins and minerals.
Muesli makes the perfect portable breakfast – the oats absorb moisture from the yogurt and grated apple, making it soft and chewy with no need for cooking.
There are more than 600 types of oranges, each one known to have a wide range of health benefits…
Young kids will love spooning granola and yogurt into a tall glass, then dropping in some berries – no matter how it goes in, it will taste delicious, and kids will be proud to have made it themselves.