8 Healthy Treats to Trick Your Dancer’s Taste Buds!

It’s difficult to avoid sugar, especially if you love sweets and chocolates. So, after a lot of research, I stumbled upon something that I’d like to share, according to study ‘ healthy snacks contribute towards improved concentration. Better recall, and also helps kids stay on task.

Students who have regularly scheduled snacks and don’t go without eating for more than three straight hours in a row are less likely to get anxiety and are reported to live happier and alert.

Here are some favorite dishes:

Stay there cheese

One ounce of protein-packed cheese is very simple, satisfying and even tastier with strawberries and pie.

Fruit kebabs

Take whatever fruit it is that you like stick it on a skewer. Yum!

Hummus with carrots and red pepper slices

Children love the taste of creamy hummus with crunchy carrots and red pepper.

Bananas/ Apples/ Celery with Peanut Butter

2tbsp’s of peanut butter with any fruit is a blast.

Avocado Toast

Smear half of an avocado on, your bread and sprinkle it with salt and pepper.

Popcorn with coconut-oil

Heat about 2tbsp’s edible coconut oil and add half a cup of popcorn kernels. Let it cook and yum!

Nuts, dried fruitcake, and dark chocolate chips

Mix them with cashews, walnuts, pecans, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds along with cranberries, cherries, apricots, mango, and pineapple.

Protein/Veggie Rolls

Take a piece of sliced chicken and breast, put a piece of cheese along with one slice of avocado and cucumber. For more info visit http://www.isolationperformingarts.com.au/