Energising Snacks & Drinks for Sporty Kids

All ingredients are gluten & dairy free, vegan, with healthier sweeteners.

Do these situations sound familiar?

  • You pick up your child from school, to ferret her off to a hobby, and she is ravenous.
  • Your child has finished their sporting activity, is dripping with sweat, and dehydrated.
  • It's midway through a class, and your child runs our of energy.
In all situations, you are in a hurry. May be you didn't have time to prepare anything for them, and end up buying whatever is the closest snack of the nearest rack, and you know its not good for them, but its the best you can do. Or maybe you are prepared with snacks, but you know it could be something healthier and more nutritious. Or perhaps your child is just plain bored with the same snack. It might be that you just need fresh ideas and someone to show you what's nutritious, healthy and yummy, and how to set up a routine where-by you have a steady stock of snacks.

This is where raw food chef and educator, Pauliina Salmenhaara, comes in, mum to two tween girls, both active in sports. She's been through kids fainting on the field and extremes of grumpiness, and car rides gone sour because she either didn't have a snack, or it didn't do the trick.

She will be sharing those snacks that work for her kids, and some of them are so simple that even her kids can make them.

Here's what you'll be learning:
  • energy balls (oat, seed and nut-based with a variety of superfood flavors and coatings)
  • a rehydration coconut-water based drink (can be done into juice as well)
  • a smoothie that works as breakfast or snack
  • a homemade sports gel
  • a trail mix that doubles as a muesli bar

Event Timeline
Wed Nov 11, 2015
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM SGT
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Chillax Cafe at Chillax Market
Book before 6th November, 2015 $45.00
Venue Address
The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, #03-07 Singapore
Pauliina Salmenhaara