L.O. I can make a healthy snack and give constructive feedback to others. 5 A DAY – tips for getting five portions of fruit and veg each day Fruit and veg are a source of vitamins, minerals and fibre which may help reduce the risk of diseases like heart disease and some cancers. .
5 A DAY – tips for getting five portions of fruit and veg each day
Fruit and veg are a source of vitamins, minerals and fibre which may help reduce the risk of diseases like heart disease and some cancers.
5 A DAY at breakfast
Add fruit to cereal, porridge or lower fat yoghurt – a handful of berries or a chopped banana is lovely. You can also add dried fruit, but not too much as it can be high in sugar.
Try having one glass (150ml) of 100% unsweetened fruit or vegetable juice or smoothie per day.
5 A DAY at lunch
Add some crunch to your sandwiches with cucumber, grated carrot or tomato, and have a piece of fruit.
Try carrot sticks, baby tomatoes or a banana with a face drawn on the skin.
And school dinners offer a portion of veg or salad and a portion of fruit as well - so that can be another way of getting you towards your 5 A DAY.
5 A DAY at dinner
Add chopped carrots to spaghetti Bolognese.
Add red peppers to a pasta sauce.
Mix peas into your mashed potato.
Sprinkle pepper, onion, mushroom, sweetcorn or pineapple chunks on top of a thin-based pizza.
Have a salad or veg with your main meal.
If it’s a roast dinner, make sure you’ve got some veg on your plate. Try carrots, broccoli, beans, peas, cauliflower, courgettes…delicious!
Add lentils, beans and peas to stews, bakes and salads.
What do we need to think about when working with food?
You must make a lolly for each member of your team and then mini versions so other members of the class can try your lolly and dip.
Give your team a food themed name and fill in a score sheet for each teams lolly you try.
Once all your lollies have gone and you have tried some lollies you can write a recipe for how you made your lollies and dip.