Ginger and Spice Apple Crumble Jars – Mothers Day Recipes for Dunnes Stores
I’m writing this post with the intention of sending it to my older little ones (aged 16 and 11) for Mothers Day. I’m hoping they take the hint and serve me this for my breakfast. It really is such a simple recipe for kids to make and they just love the whole decorating thing.
You just can’t beat a good apple crumble and all of the parts to this recipe can be made ahead and used in totally different ways too. My advise is to make a large jar of the crumble topping and keep for topping off yogurt with a little fruit, for porridge and for sprinkling into smoothie bowls. The apple too can be made ahead and kept in a jar in the fridge or can be frozen too. The yogurt part I would make fresh because it is just so simple and easy to do…mash a banana, fold into yogurt..done!
Oscar loved this because it came in a jar. It’s the little things that make all the difference with toddlers. If it looks cute and unusual AND tastes good then its a winner for him.
I used no sugar and instead opted for fruit – dried for the crumble and a fresh banana for the yogurt topping. So this is a super healthy treat and only contains good ingredients that will nourish you and your kids. Honestly, this is more like a dessert than a breakfast so the little ones will love it!
We hope you all LOVE these Apple Crumble Jars. They are:
& SUPER delicious
If you want to see more healthy treats for kids, then check out these recipes which are also super yummy and easy to make too. Super Healthy Black Bean Brownies, Lemon Sorbet Baby Amazeballs, Healthy Chocolate Chia Pudding.
If you try this recipe, let us know how it goes! Leave a comment, rate it, and don’t forget to tag a photo #babyledfeeding on Instagram. Thanks everyone and happy, happy Mothers Day.