Nourishing muffins and fruit crumble - for the new year

Due to health problems, Ofrit Barnea had to change the way she and her family members led their lives, including drastic changes in their diet.

October 4, 2017 14:27
Crumble with pomegranate seeds.

Crumble with pomegranate seeds.. (photo credit: EITAN VICHTMAN)


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Now that the kids are back in school and we’re past Rosh Hashana, we can get back to a normal dinner routine. It’s important that children eat nourishing, balanced meals each day that can be prepared the previous night so they can have a proper lunch when they get home from school. You can even have the children bring these to school to eat for their morning break.

One of my favorites are little individual quiches, or muffins. You prepare them like quiches, but then spoon a little bit (or pour from a pitcher) into paper cupcake holders. These muffins can be eaten warm or room temperature, or even straight out of the fridge.



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