5 Healthy Treats For Mothers This Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is here with us once more. A day dedicated to celebrating mothers. They are selfless humans who have sacrificed a lot to bring us into this world. They have nurtured us and we owe them, don’t we? We celebrate them for all the amazing things that they have done for us. Show your appreciation and wow your mother with these healthy, delicious Mother's Day treats.
Bringing together the best recipes for Mother’s Day, this frozen banana bites is a Mother’s Day must have. Your dad will definitely want a taste of this. Offering the flavorful goodness of banana with a taste of chocolate. Frozen banana bites are easy to make with freeze dried bananas. Rehydrate a pack of banana chunks, then toss them in the freezer for one hour.
Mix half a cup of chocolate chips with half a cup of peanut butter. Microwave on high for one minute and stir until smooth. Dip the banana chunks into the peanut butter and chocolate mixture, then roll over the shredded coconut to coat on all sides. Put in the freezer again for an hour, then serve. It's such a tasty and healthy treat that your mom will love.
Surprise your mom with a glass of healthy sweet smoothie on Mother’s Day. You can serve her in the morning or as a refreshing afternoon snack or a dinner dessert.
You will need a pack of mango chunks, peach slices, a banana and sugar or honey according to your preference. Use freeze dried peach slices and mango chunks since they don’t require any washing peeling or slicing. You can make this delicious smoothie in under five minutes.
After rehydrating the fruits, place them in the blender. Add sugar or honey, ice cubes, and mango nectar and blend until smooth. Pour into your mom’s favorite glass and let her enjoy the awesomeness. You can serve it to her with a piece of cake.
This delicious fruit salad is refreshing for those hot summer afternoons while basking in the sun. Your mom will surely love this. You can pair with vanilla ice cream.
Select ripe peaches, or better still, buy a pack of our freeze dried peach slices. Put them on a plate and combine with a cup of blueberries and fresh mint. Squeeze fresh lemon juice on it and let them soak. You can add a little sugar. Cover and refrigerate for about 4-6 hours. Add a cup of blackberries or raspberries (or both) right before serving.
I'm pretty sure banana pancakes are one of the major reasons that bananas exist. Banana pancakes are easy to make and take a short time.
To prepare banana pancakes, whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt in a bowl. You can add sugar or honey. Mash the rehydrated bananas with a fork in another bowl until smooth. Whisk in the eggs. Add milk and vanilla and whisk until smooth. Melt some butter and add to the banana mixture. Fold in flour a little at a time into the banana mixture until well blended. The batter should be thick.
Fry over a non-stick pan over medium heat. Alternatively, you can drop in hot oil and cook until brown. Flip the pancake to cook the both sides. Serve with sliced bananas while hot.
This dessert needs two ripe mangoes, agave syrup, and a yogurt topping. Put half of the chopped mango cubes in a food processor and blend until smooth.
Put the puree in a bowl and stir in agave syrup and almond extract. Place the remaining mango cubes in the food processor and pulse until coarsely chopped and set aside.
Make yogurt filling by mixing a cup of nonfat Greek yogurt with a cup of frozen whipping cream. Mix half of the mango puree and half of the yogurt mixture. Top up with the slightly processed mango cubes. Pour over the yogurt topping and cover. Refrigerate for about 8 hours and serve. It can be taken in the morning or during the afternoon. Yum!
This Mother’s Day, take time to treat your mom or the mom to your kids with these amazing healthy treats. And don’t forget to purchase freeze dried bananas, mangoes, and peaches, because you’ll need them for these recipes. Have fun.
Wishing all the awesome moms a Happy Mother’s Day.