Ninja Berry Crisp

Ingredients
Filling
¼ cup LIVA Date Sugar
¼ cup Hot Water
1 ½ tsp Vanilla Extract
1 Tbsp Cinnamon- ground
1 Tbsp Arrowroot Flour/Starch
1 Tbsp Coconut Oil
3 cups Wild Blueberries- frozen

Crisp
½ cup Coconut Oil
1 Tbsp Cinnamon- ground
¼ tsp Sea Salt
2 Tbsp Nut or Seed butter (Almond or Sunflower- no added oils)
2 ½ cups Quick Cooking Oats- regular or gluten free
¼ cup LIVA Date sugar

Serve with Coconut Cream or whipping cream.

 

Instructions
Preheat oven to 350F

For the filling, in a small bowl combine LIVA date sugar, hot water, vanilla, cinnamon, arrowroot, and coconut oil. Stir until well combined.

In a baking dish, add frozen wild blueberries. Pour wet filling mixture over the berries. Because of the coldness of the berries, the coconut oil will start to re-harden. Just continue to mix until the blueberries are well coated. It will all come together in the oven.

In a mixing bowl, combine coconut oil, cinnamon, sea salt, and nut (or seed butter).( Make sure there are no added oils in the nut or seed butter that you chose.) Then add in the oats and mix together well until the oats are evenly coated.

Pour oat mixture over the berries and gently spread over the berry mixture. Place in the oven for 20-25 minutes.

Serve with coconut cream or whipping cream. Garnish with cinnamon and LIVA date sugar. Every little bite of this crisp is packed with a ninja kick and POP of flavour!

Tip: Looking to make it more nutrient dense? Try adding in our (ninja) berry chia jam into the filling.

Episode Reference
Season 1 Episode 1: Ninja Berries/Sweet Potato Spy


Ginger Cookies

Makes about 15-20 1.5-2” cookies

Ingredients
¾ cup LIVA Date sugar
⅓ cup Coconut Oil
½ cup Hot Water
2 tsp Vanilla Extract
¼ tsp Sea Salt
⅓ cup Nut or Seed Butter (Almond or sunflower- no added oils)

1 cup Spelt Flour
½ cup Almond flour/meal
½ tsp Baking Soda
2 ½ tsp Cinnamon- ground
2 ½ tsp Ginger powder
¼ tsp Clove- ground
¼ tsp Nutmeg- ground

1 Egg

1 small bowl of warm water- set aside.

Instructions
Preheat oven to 350F and line a large baking sheet.

In a medium mixing bowl, combine LIVA date sugar, coconut oil, hot water, vanilla extract, sea salt, and nut (or seed) butter of choice. Make sure there are no added oils in the nut or seed butter that you use. Mix well until it’s a smooth and thick paste- almost like a molasses texture.

Then add in flours, spices and baking soda. Mix together well. Taste it and adjust spices to your palette if needed. Once combined, add in the egg and gently mix it in until evenly distributed.

In a small bowl, add some warm water and place it beside the mixing bowl and baking sheet.
With a spoon, scoop batter and place on a lined baking sheet. Dip fingers in warm water as needed. Gently spread scooped batter on the lined baking sheet with at least 1” of space in between each cookie. They will expand a little but they don’t smooth out when baking. So dip fingers in the water bowl and smooth out as needed.

Bake in the oven for 8-12 minutes until the edges are firm. Remove from the baking sheet and cool on the cooling rack or stone

The egg in this recipe strengthens the cookies so you little ones will be parading into the kitchen and POPping them into their mouths.

Episode reference:
Season 2 Episode 4: Egg Parade


Superpower Food Day - Full Schedule!

Superpower Food Day is almost here and we couldn’t be more excited to share this special virtual event with you! Our team has pulled together an incredible roster of talented and knowledgable names that are ready to inspire, educate, and amaze each and every one of you. You can see all of this exciting programming live this Saturday, December 5th through the virtual event platform HOPIN. To register for the event, click the button below to register before Friday, December 4.

Superpower Food Day boasts Canada’s most-loved social media influencers and entertainers, with sessions for the whole family – from family-friendly cooking classes, movement, crafts & music to get kids (and the grown-ups) laughing and dancing! Great for families with kids age 8 years and younger. You don’t want to miss this! Check out our full schedule of programming below:

Time Event Facilitator Location
10 a.m. EST Movement @notummymummy Stage
10:16 a.m. EST Sustainable Food SucSeed Stage
10:30 a.m. EST Music @theteenytinys Stage
10:52 a.m. EST Skinnamarink Randi and Sharon Stage
11 a.m. EST Mad Libs Camp SuperNow Session
11:30  a.m. EST Improv Lesson Ivy Speech Arts Academy Stage
noon Cooking @jeanandrachel Session
12:30 p.m. EST Ollie Craft @bestideasforkids Stage
1 p.m. EST Story Time Sheena Macrae Stage
1:30 p.m. EST Nutrition Solutions Danielle Binns Stage
2 p.m.  EST Movement @notummymummy Stage
2:16 p.m. EST Sustainable Food SucSeed Stage
2:30 p.m. EST Music @theteenytinys Stage
3  p.m. EST Improv Lesson Ivy Speech Arts Academy Stage
3:30 p.m. EST Cooking @jeanandrachel Stage
4 p.m. EST Ollie Craft @bestideasforkids Stage
4:30 p.m.EST Story Time Sheena Macrae Stage
4:40 p.m. CBC Kids Tony Stage

From December 2nd to December 4th, teachers can enjoy free healthy-themed teaching classes, culminating in a live learning event on Friday on December 4th! Free to register through the button above!. If this sparks your interest, you can download and attend live Friday activities on the easy-to-use platform HOPIN with exclusive partners like SucSeed and live readings by author Sheena Macrae!

Teachers will receive SIX Classrooms in a Box:

Date Time Event Facilitator
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Ollie Literacy Lesson Saraya Madden

 

Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Ollie Health Lesson Lee Harasty
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Ollie Visual/Dramatic Arts Erica Handley
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Sustainability and growing your own food SucSeed
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Ollie Pilates – pending confirmation Carllye Elder
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Improv Lesson for Teachers Josette and Husband
Dec 2 to Dec 4 Available to download from December 2 to December 4 Story Time

Sheena Macrae

All classes are free to download with printables, made by and for Canadian teachers.

Superpower Food Day is the brainchild of Sheena Macrae, creator of the popular children’s brand Ollie Club Macrae and Canadian author behind best-selling children’s storybook Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate, and creator of the children’s animated TV series of the same name, available now on the free CBC Gem streaming service.

Superpower Food Day is being funded by Telus Fund. The official charity partner is Breakfast Club of Canada. Fans can also expect to win exclusive prizes from partners and sponsors like SucSeed, Today’s Parent, LIVA Foods, Wonderkind, Lemon Aide Natural Cleaning Products and more!

Plus, L.H. Gray and Son Ltd. and their quality local egg brands Conestoga Farms and Gray Ridge Egg Farms in Ontario, Sparks Eggs in Alberta and Golden Valley Eggs in British Columbia, is our newest Partner of Superpower Food Day! They are also the presenting sponsor of Ollie’s Egg Cracking Challenge. To find out more about how to be a part of setting a Kids World Record, get cracking and CLICK HERE.

Superpower Food Day has something available for all family audiences and the best part is that it is FREE to participate. Make sure you register now through the link below!


Support Other Local Communities At Superpower Food Day!

There are so many exciting things happening here at Ollie Club. Our team has been working around the clock to create a virtual environment that is memorable, educational, and fun for the whole family. That’s why we created Superpower Food Day which happens December 5th

Superpower Food Day is the brainchild of Sheena Macrae and is being funded by Telus Fund. The event boasts Canada’s most-loved social media influencers and entertainers, with sessions for the whole family – from family-friendly cooking classes, movement, crafts & music to get kids (and the grown-ups) laughing and dancing! Great for families with kids age 8 years and younger. To see what sessions you can attend CLICK HERE.

Plus, starting on December 2nd to December 4th, teachers can enjoy free healthy-themed teaching classes, culminating in a live learning event on Friday on December 4th! Participants can download and attend live Friday activities on the easy-to-use platform HOPIN with exclusive partners like SucSeed and live readings by author Sheena Macrae! To see what sessions are available for teachers CLICK HERE.

With all this excitement we wanted to share an opportunity that allows you to continue empowering food ‘superpowers’ in other local communities. We are offering an exclusive offer for Superpower Food Day which includes:

  • Access to all Superpower Food Day Sessions available on Saturday, December 5th via HOPIN
  • 1 x Copy of the hit storybook called: Ollie, The Boy Who Became What He Ate
  • 2 x Healthy meals donated to a family in need over the holidays
  • Total Price = $25 + HST

If you are interested, you are able to purchase this package through the button below!


Ollie's Egg Cracking Challenge

Presented by:

Get cracking on December 5th and join Ollie’s Egg Cracking Challenge presented by,
Conestoga Farms, Gray Ridge Egg Farms, Sparks Eggs, Golden Valley Eggs

Help us set a Kids World Record on Superpower Food Day! (ENTRY LINK BELOW)
We are going to attempt to set the record for the most kids to crack 1 egg, in 1 day! If the record is certified, everyone who takes part will receive a digital Kids World Records certificate to commemorate their participation!

How it works!
Step #1: Saturday December 5th, 12:00AM – 11:59PM EST, take a photo/video of your kids cracking their 1 egg.
Step #2: Register with Kids World Records (Link Below, Goes live at 12:01 am December 5)
Step #3: Upload your image & OLLIE POP! You’ve done it!
BONUS – All entrants have a chance to win prizes including Ollie storybooks, copies of the 2021 Kids World Records book and a $100 gift card from our friends at Conestoga Farms, Gray Ridge Egg Farms, Sparks Eggs, and Golden Valley Eggs… for a grocery store near you.

Follow @Ollieclub
Tag us and post your video or photo with hashtag #OlliesEggCracking

Once your eggs are cracked, don’t forget to eat them. Ollie suggests these superpowered recipes the whole family will enjoy from our friends at Conestoga Farms


Get Ready For A Jam-Packed Weekend Of Fun at Superpower Food Day

Superpower Food Day – A tasty family virtual event delivers beloved Food Superhero, ‘Ollie, The Boy Who Became What He Ate’ direct to family homes!

Funded by Telus Fund, the first ever Superpower Food Day launches December 5th. This free virtual event puts the fun back into food!

This event inspires kids to discover their very own “Food Superpowers” alongside CBC Kids’ animated TV food superhero, Ollie, The Boy Who Became What He Ate. This fully virtual, online event means that families won’t have to brave the cold this December to have fun, these free activities and live entertainment are delivered right into the warmth of their own home.

“We’ve secured the funniest family talent since sliced-bread at Superpower Food Day,” said Sheena Macrae, creator of Ollie Club and founder of Superpower Food Day. “This virtual, one-time event is free to join and has something for everyone – don’t miss it, your kids will never forgive you!”

Superpower Food Day’s boasts Canada’s most-loved social media influencers and entertainers, with sessions for the whole family – from family-friendly cooking classes, movement, crafts & music to get kids (and the grown-ups) laughing and dancing! Great for families with kids age 8 years and younger. This is an unmissable event!

Canada’s top family influencers and entertainers together for the first time – live Dec 5th only:

  • Fitness with @NoTummyMummy – Trisha Enriquez pre/post-natal fitness guru & mom!
  • Music with @TeenyTinys – Aria Zenua gets all the family singing and dancing!
  • Family Cooking with @JeanAndRachel – Also known as The Baker Sisters!
    • For this session you will need:
      • 8×8 pan
      • Bowls
      • Measuring cups and spoons
      • Parchment paper
      • Oven mitts
      • Spatula
      • 4 x Cups of puffed quinoa or rise cereal
      • 1 x Cup of semi sweet chocolate chips
      • 1/2 x Cup of coconut oil
      • 1 x Cup of nut / seed butter
  • Crafting with Kimberly McLeod of @BestIdeasForKids
    • For this session you will need:
      • A paper plate
      • Brown and red paint
      • Paper (Letter Size 11×17): white, yellow, green, purple, red.
      • A paintbrush
      • Scissors
      • Glue
  • Acting Improv with Josette Jorge – The real-life actress of Ollie’s animated TV series!
  • Live Storytime with Sheena Macrae
  • Camp Supernow’s SuperShow – Mad Libs style group songwriting and dance experience!

Bonus! A Pre-Event Week of ‘Ready-Made’ teacher classes to inspire kids! For Teachers, Educators and Homeschoolers – a full week of free learning resources!

December 2nd to December 4th, a week leading up to Superpower Food Day enjoy free healthy-themed teaching classes, culminating in a live learning event on Friday on Dec 4th! Free to register at OllieClub.com. If this sparks your interest, you can download and attend live Friday activities on the easy-to-use platform HOPIN with exclusive partners like SucSeed and live readings by author Sheena Macrae!

Teachers will receive SIX Classrooms in a Box:

  • Integrated Literacy – Visual Arts
    • Ms. Handley created a fun filled visual arts lesson where students can  read ‘Ollie The Boy Who He Ate’ about a 5-year old boy who gets foo-fueled superpowers when he eats healthy foods. After reading students will be able to use a variety of elements to create their own food fueled superhero!
  • Literacy – Story Sequencing
    • Ms. Madden created an engaging literacy lesson where students can read ‘Ollie The Boy Who He Ate’ about a 5-year old boy who gets food-fueled superpowers when he eats healthy foods. Students will learn about story sequencing and retelling events in order.
  • 3 Part Health Lesson Plan
    • Mrs. Haratsy has created a fun filled healthy eating lesson where  ‘Ollie The Boy Who He Ate’ about a 5-year old boy who gets food-fueled superpowers when he eats healthy foods. Students will learn how to explain why people need food to have healthy bodies and minds and will be able to describe how Canada’s Food guide can help them develop healthy eating habits. This lesson will also teach students how to know and recognize cues to hunger, thirst, and the feeling of fullness, and explain how they can use these cues to develop healthy eating habits.
  • Dramatic Arts with Ivy Speech Arts Academy
    • Join Josette and Fane for a sneak peak at the theatre games and activities they teach at their public speaking school. Their mission as educators is to help kids get out of their shells through drama, improv, and storytelling! Prepare for some silliness and lots of laughs!
  • Sustainability and Food Scarcity with SucSeed
    • SucSeed‘s lesson will teach students how to grow their own garden using the micro garden kit as well as introducing them to the concepts of ‘food scarcity’ and ‘buying local’.
  • Movement and Meditation
    • Come learn how to be long and strong like a carrot and join Carllye and her 7-year old daughter for a fun and uplifting movement and meditation session with a focus on mind body connection!

All classes are free to download with printables, made by and for Canadian teachers.

Author & Creator, Sheena Macrae is on a mission to give YOU Food Superpowers

“Superpower Food Day is about putting the fun back into food for families – my goal is to turn the kitchen into a classroom, help parents to become real food superheroes and inspire their kids with superpowers!” said Sheena Macrae, creator of Ollie Club and founder of Superpower Food Day. “Superpower Food Day is like a giant early Santa gift, delivered early right to your home. This 1-day virtual event has live sessions that will appeal and be accessible to all families! Happy Holidays!”

Superpower Food Day is the brainchild of Sheena Macrae, creator of the popular children’s brand Ollie Club Macrae and Canadian author behind best-selling children’s storybook Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate, and creator of the children’s animated TV series of the same name, available now on the free CBC Gem streaming service.

Superpower Food Day is being funded by Telus Fund. The official charity partner is Breakfast Club of Canada. Fans can also expect to win exclusive prizes from partners and sponsors like SucSeed, Today’s Parent, LIVA Foods, Wonderkind, and Lemon Aide Natural Cleaning Products.

“All sessions are designed for kids and parents can do together, like Ollie-themed movement, family cooking, crafting sessions and mini-food themed documentaries like apple picking, and the chance to win prizes all day!” said Sheena Macrae, creator of Ollie Club and founder of Superpower Food Day. “My aim for Ollie is to inspire kids, so that kids can imagine, see and discover their own food superpowers.”

Superpower Food Day has something available for all family audiences and the best part is that it is FREE to participate. Make sure you register now through the link below!


Ollie's Superpower Energy Bites

Power up for your little ones with these super power energy bites! It is a no bake sweet treat making it great for little ones to go on an adventure in the kitchen with you.

Oats are a breakfast classic but with these little power bites, you can recharge your little ones with this quick and simple recipe. These raw and plant-based energy bites are like little power cookies. They are made with only 5 ingredients and are packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals, proteins and healthy fats. Making them the perfect little power ups!

They freeze well for up to 1 -2months and last in the fridge up to 7-10 days- if you can resist from eating them all at once. Easy to make, no baking required and easy to clean up so you can focus on having an adventure in the kitchen together!

Ollie Superpower Energy Bites

Makes about twenty 1” bites

1 cup (115g) Rolled Oats- quick cooking

½ cup (55g) Ground Flax Seeds

1/3-1/2 cup Dried Cranberries- sweetened w/ apple juice

½ cup Peanut butter (no added oil) – crunchy or smooth

1-2 Tbsp Honey

2-3 Tbsp Filtered Water or Coconut Oil- optional

 

 

Method:

In a bowl, combine all the dry ingredients and mix well. Then add the peanut butter and honey. Mix until everything is evenly coated. If the mix is a bit dry, you can add a little more peanut butter, filtered water or coconut oil- about 1 Tbsp at a time. The batter should be somewhat wet, easy to form into balls.

With a medium sized spoon, scoop out a little bit of mixture and roll in your hands to form a ball. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 7-10 days.

Super Savers

This recipe is very versatile. You can make it with a variety of ingredients. Mix up the nut butters or add in some hemp hearts for some extra healthy fats. You can swap the honey for dried fruit (sulphite free) so they are safe for all ages.

We’d love to hear what foods work well for your kids? Tell us via our social channels using #OllieClub. We are on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. There’s a special Ollie-prize for the best one!

Like this? Check out our Dino (Kale) Caesar Salad. Also, don’t forget to register for Superpower Food Day happening December 4th and 5th on HOPIN!

Let’s keep making every meal an adventure.

Messy fun! Sheena x


Dino (Kale) Caesar Salad

Store bought salad dressings can be full of low quality oils and preservatives. This fresh raw dressing will have your little ones roaring for more!

This salad dressing is creamy and tastes similar to a classic Caesar dressing – but way better! It is packed with fresh ingredients and lots of healthy fats. Not like anything from the shelf in a grocery store.

One main benefit of making and using from dressings – besides the nutrients- is the flavour! The more flavours our palettes get exposed too, the more adventurous we will be with our plates.

If you feel kale is too much for your little one at this time, you can easily swap this recipe with any leafy green- just omit the massaging step and tell them Brachiosaurus’ love it. Kids love to use their imaginations so let them get creative with you when you make it and make the meal an adventure!

Dino (Kale) Caesar Salad

2lg Dinosaur kale bunches- de-stemmed and finely chopped

Dressing:

½ cup Cashews- soaked

¼ cup Filtered Water

2-3 Tbsp+ Olive or Avocado Oil

1-2 cloves Garlic- minced

1-2 Tbsp Lemon juice & zest

1 tsp Dijon mustard

2 ½ tsp Capers

2 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast or grated Parmesan Cheese

 

 

Method:

In a small bowl, soak cashews in water overnight or in hot water for 1-2 hrs. Add enough water to the bowl so there is 1-2” of room on top as the cashews will absorb some of the water. Drain and rinse.

In a food processor or blender, add all the dressing and blend until smooth. adjust the seasoning slightly to your taste.

Wash and de-stem the kale. Dry and layer leaves into bunches. Chop finely. In a bowl, massage kale with olive or avocado oil until lightly “bruised”.

Pour in the prepared dressing and toss until evenly coated. Garnish if desired.

Super Savers:

If you want to make it nut free, use 1 small avocado or 2-3 Tbsp of Tahini instead of cashews. You will need to increase the amount of oil. And it may require a little honey or maple syrup as Tahini has a slight natural bitterness.

Double the dressing and reserve some to use as a dip or add to sauce for another quick meal or snack.

You could blend in some cauliflower and make it a dairy free cream sauce for a soup or pasta dish too.

We’d love to hear what foods work well for your kids? Tell us via our social channels using #OllieClub. We are on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. There’s a special Ollie-prize for the best one!

Like this? Check out our Berry Blast Chia Jam. Also, don’t forget to register for Superpower Food Day happening December 4th and 5th on HOPIN!

Let’s keep making every meal an adventure.

Messy fun! Sheena x


Berry Blast Chia Jam

Time to upgrade your jams and jellies with this Berry Blast Chia Jam!

This jam is not like anything from the shelves in the grocery stores. It is jam packed with nutrients, fiber and flavour. And free of added processed sugars and artificial flavours and additives.

All berries provide a rich source of antioxidants, help support the immune system, and combat free radicals. Chia seeds are high in essential fatty acids, fiber and protein. We recommend freshly grinding your chia seeds to reduce the seedy texture and increase nutritional value. This recipe contains a small amount of sea salt to bring out more of the sweetness of the berries. Using a good quality sea salt provides lots of different minerals which are essential for a healthy diet..

Like we said, this recipe is jam-packed. It will pump up kids with energy, keep them healthy and make every meal an adventure! 

Berry Blast Chia Jam

Makes about 1 cup of jam

1 bag (400g)  Mixed Berries- frozen

½ cup+ Filtered Water

1 tsp Cinnamon- ground

1/3 cup Chia seeds- ground

Optional: 1/8 tsp Sea Salt-fine

 

 

Method:

In a small or medium sauce pot, on low/medium heat, add all the ingredients into the pot except the ground chia seeds.

Continue to cook and stir occasionally. The longer you cook the berries, the more flavour and natural sweetness will come out. However, the longer you cook the berries, the more water will be needed. Add gradually to desired texture.

We recommend cooking slowly for around 20 minutes. When you’ve reached your desired texture and flavour, stir in the ground chia seeds. Add a little more water if you think it needs it.

Super Savers

You can also make this in a cast iron pan or pot, which will increase the iron content of the jam.

If you don’t have time to cook slowly for a long period, cook for as long as you can. Add ½ tsp more of cinnamon and blend in a blender or food processor with all the ingredients until you’ve reached your desired texture.

We’d love to hear what foods work well for your kids? Tell us via our social channels using #OllieClub. We are on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. There’s a special Ollie-prize for the best one!

Like this? Check out our 15 Minute Miso. Also, don’t forget to register for Superpower Food Day happening December 4th and 5th on HOPIN!

Let’s keep making every meal an adventure.

Messy fun! Sheena x


15 Minute Miso

Quick and easy meals are a must for our pinterest boards. This recipe is set for 1 serving and can easily be multiplied to feed a whole family.

Miso soup is traditional to Asian cuisine but we highly recommend making a tradition to your repertoire of recipes because it’s delicious, unbelievably healthy and affordable. Miso is traditionally made of fermented soybeans but there are lots of different types out there now- plus some pastes can even be made from other fermented proteins like chickpeas.

Incorporating fermented foods into our diet can be challenging for some. Especially since not all store bought fermented foods are made equal. Foods that are actually fermented are really good for the digestive system. Miso is one of the commercial fermented foods that is readily available and easy to incorporate to anyone’s diet because of its naturally salty flavour.

Miso soup is also traditionally made with bonito flakes and/or dashi (fish-based products), but we omitted those to keep this version simple. You can use any vegetables that you or your little one likes. Because kids generally love the flavour of miso, this soup is great to introduce a new a vegetable. And if there is one vegetable they are not a huge fan of, the miso flavour gets absorbed into the vegetables so it can help the process of them expanding the repertoire of vegetables and help them explore new flavours as every meal can be an adventure.

 

15-Minute Miso

Makes 1 serving

1 Tbsp Green Onions- finely chopped

4-6 Broccoli florets

2 Tbsp Carrots- shaved or grated

¼ cup Zucchini- spiralized (“noodle” shape)

1 Tbsp Miso paste

1 cup Hot Water or Broth

 Protein- shelled edamame

 

Method:

In a small pot or kettle, bring 1-2 cups of water/broth to a boil.

Prepare ingredients accordingly.

In a small pan, sauté the vegetables until they are cooked to your desired texture. For little ones, we recommend keeping the edamame to the side so they can interact and explore the meal.

In your serving bowl, take about 1 Tbsp of miso paste and a little bit on the hot water/broth. Mix until the miso paste is dissolved. This prevents from over cooking the miso to protect the nutritional value. Add in the cooked vegetables and a bit more water/broth for desired serving. 

We’d love to hear what foods work well for your kids? Tell us via our social channels using #OllieClub. We are on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. There’s a special Ollie-prize for the best one!

Like this? Check out our 1 Bowl Magic Muffins. Also, don’t forget to register for Superpower Food Day happening December 4th and 5th on HOPIN!

Let’s keep making every meal an adventure.

Messy fun! Sheena x