Monthly Archives: March 2017

March 23 , 2017 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Breakfast Sliders

I love sliders, but I’ve never thought about making them for breakfast – what a great treat for an early morning arrival to school.  I understand not all of our KES Clubs have the means to do this, but it’s certainly a great option if you have access to a stove and oven.  This would

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March 16 , 2017 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Fun French Toast Sticks with Pineapple Orange Toppings

To continue the celebrations of Nutrition Month 2017, here’s another fun recipe from Dietitians of Canada’s Cookspiration recipe page.  It may not be a recipe that you use often in your KES Club, but if you regularly cook eggs, pancakes and French toast, this is a recipe you can try on occasion.  These French toast

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March 14 , 2017 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Very Green St. Patrick’s Day Fruit Salad!

Newfoundlanders and Labradorians love to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – green clothes, green food, green everything!  In your KES Clubs, as part of this week’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations you can be festive too.  Decorate your Club, serve healthy “Irish” breakfast foods or simply “go green”!  Try this Very Green St. Patrick’s Day Fruit Salad

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March 7 , 2017 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

It’s National Cereal Day!

March 7th is recognized as National Cereal Day.  Cereal is the staple food for most of our KES Breakfast Clubs.  Students enjoy cereal every day in our Clubs – cold cereal, hot cereal, dry cereal – they LOVE it all!  While cereal may be the go to food for our Clubs, we want to ensure

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March 3 , 2017 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Banana Yogurt Jam Wrap Up!

Happy Nutrition Month, everyone!  As we celebrate Nutrition Month at KES, we will continue to share with you some great nutrition tips and healthy recipes.  Below is an easy recipe that you can try at your KES Clubs or even at home for the whole family.  I found this recipe on Dietitians of Canada’s “Cookspiration”

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