Now that another Halloween has passed, the shops will be looking to offload their surplus pumpkins as quickly as possible to make way for Christmas; you may have thought that pumpkins are good for nothing but carving, but actually you can make turn them into pretty tasty treats. Here are just a few pumpkin recipes to introduce this unusual food to your children:-
We tend not to consider pumpkin as a food, rather a novelty item to adorn Halloween, but actually it's very versatile and can be used in lots of different ways! Look out a pumpkin in the post-Halloween sales and see for yourself!
On a hot day, the children will enjoy nothing more than a lovely refreshing ice lolly but rather than spending a fortune on shop bought ones throughout the summer, why not make your own at home? At least you know what's gone into them and can make sure that they are healthy! Start by buying some lolly sticks and moulds from a supermarket or other store. Here are some recipe ideas:-
Once you're in the habit of making your own lollies, you'll start experimenting by freezing all sorts of drink, fruit and yoghurt combinations! Be creative and give the children a summer treat!
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