This is a healthy and delicious afternoon tea I made with the children this week. They monstered it!
150 mls mild salsa
1/2 cup tin corn
1/2 cup kidney beans
3-4 wholemeal pita breads (toasted wholemeal pita bread tastes the same as white)
Olive oil spray
1. Cut the Pita bread into bite sizes and place on a tray covered in baking paper.
2. Spray with olive oil.
3. Put in a 200C oven for about 7 minutes until the bread starts to brown slightly.
4. In a bowl, mix together the salsa, beans and corn. I like dip chunky so my measurements reflect that. Just adjust the quantities until the consistency is as you like.
Heathy, easy and yummy. A great snack for afternoon tea on a winter day. Good for the lunch box too.
Leanne MillerMay 14, 2012 at 11:50 am
After going through an extremely emotional break up I began running to help keep me in a healthy headspace, (well ok, what I mean is to help GET me in a healthy headspace!!). Being a couch potato since the birth of my three boys (11 and 9 year old twins), the 5km challenge that my running friend set me seemed impossible! But whoa!!! I did it! With the help of great friends I have not only completed several 5kms fun runs I am now in training for a 10km fun run! My boys think I am amazing and it has been so wonderful to combine my training with fun times for my boys. With them racing ahead on scooters, ripsticks or bikes we have all benefited from a healthier lifestyle and now they have a happy mum too!!!
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