One of the usual things that I ask co-mommies whenever we get to chat is what food they prepare for their kids. I must admit that I am running out of ideas already and I need all the help that I can get.
It’s a good thing that I got an invite to attend Good Housekeeping’s Breakfast and Baon in a Breeze event at Robinson’s Galleria last Sunday.
The show was hosted by the pretty and bubbly Mary, a mom herself who also needs some help in the kitchen.
The event kickstarted with a game of balancing the cups.
After that, Good Housekeeping’s Food Editor Roselle Miranda then went up on stage to do a demo of the super simple and easy to follow recipes that she had prepared.
Below are the recipes and photos of the dishes. I roughly wrote the recipe according to how she demonstrated it.
Chicken, Peas, and Potato Hash
Cheesy Ham and Corn Omelet
Corn and Ham Mac N Cheese
[yumprint-recipe id=’4′]The audience got to sample all the food prepared along with a refreshing cup of Amino Fres-C.
A quick look at Amino Fres-C
This is the only powdered juice drink that is packed with Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) with Glutamine and Arginine. These specific amino acids are the building blocks of protein that maintain energy levels, support muscle growth and repair, and toughen immune system – making this drink perfect for sustaining kids’ demanding schedule at school. It also has 70% less calories compared to leading brands so the kids get to enjoy the real fruit taste of orange, pineapple, and mango variants without the unnecessary calories. This is available in local supermarkets for only P8 per 1 liter pack.
I would definitely try out these easy-to-follow recipes, especially now that our cook has decided to pack up and go. Waaaaaa!