Raspberries fall in an allergenic foods category and therefore many parents do not introduce them into their childrens’ diet before the first birthday, just like all other berries. However, when kids first taste raspberries, they will eat them in a variety of forms because they are so delicious. Of course, the raw kind is always the healthiest and nutritionally the most effective. Raspberries are full of antioxidants that strengthen the immune system and prevent various diseases thus we recommend that your children eat these yummy berries whenever in season.
Try preparing our cute, playfull raw raspberry cookies that resemble mushrooms and surprise your little ones with a fun, healthy snack!
– 3 cups raspberries ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 cup cashews
– 1/3 cups sesame seeds
– 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
– 3-4 tbsp. agave syrup
– 3 tsp. of coconut oil
– 1 tbsp. quinoa
1. In a food processor, mash the cashews, sunflower and sesame seeds.
2. Add all other ingredients and combine well.
3. Form ‘mushroom-like’ handles with the palms of your hands.
4. Cover the top of each handle with a raspberry so the cookie resembles a mushroom.
5. Decorate with quinoa.
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