This is a childhood favorite of mine past down through generatios. My mother would make this for me as an infant starting me on solid foods but I kept eating it well into my teens. Then I started my children on it when they were young. Now we eat it all the time as a snack or dessert. I hope you’ll enjoy it asmuch...

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Smash bananas well with a fork. Add the honey and lemon, mix well. (If using honey make sure to smash it well, honey is semi solid when it’s raw. *Be sure to use a fork and not a food processor or blender. If you process it or blend it, it will be runny like a smoothie and changes the flavor completely. (It’s not bad but it’s no longer pudding like)

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This is a childhood favorite of mine past down through generatios. My mother would make this for me as an infant starting me on solid foods but I kept eating it well into my teens. Then I started my children on it when they were young. Now we eat it all the time as a snack or dessert. I hope you’ll enjoy it asmuch as my family has for centuries.

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Hi ambikalee,

Sorry it's taken so long to respond. We soak our oat is distilled water. The ratio depends on your likes. My son likes it really thick, so he only adds enough water to wet the oats. I love it kind of runny, more like a drink, so I add more than enough to cover the oats completely. Add some honey, a dash of salt. Add fruit of choice (or none at all) and sprinkle some cinnamon or favorite spices. My kids have it every morning for breakfast.

We sit down to have a family meal once a day during the week, and twice a day in the week-end (if time permits). One of our favorites is to have variations on lettuce wraps. I make different types of pate depending on their mood. They love the Mexican and curry the best. Then I have lots of sliced veggies such as tomatoes, cucumbers, carrot, red/yellow peppers, onions, etc. Sometimes I'll make a dipping sauce (kinda like a salad dressing but I put it on a small bowl and they dip their wraps or veggies). Some dinners just have a huge bowl of fruit salad.

I let them set the menu most of the time. And they participate in making dinner. Makes them proud to eat it.

Hope it helps.

To your health

Living Raw

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Hi, I just read your profile...and I was wondering how you use oats? Alos if you have any recipes that Kids love for MEAl times (we have always sat down together and now my daughter and son think if we dont have a saquare we didnt eat)

Thanks

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