Hudson Valley Parent

HVP May 2018

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22 Hudson Valley Parent n May 2018 of a mess and it has a natural sweetness," Shaw says. Made with oats and bananas, the hands-on and healthy aspects of this recipe make it manageable for almost all ages to produce a tempting breakfast with minimal muss and fuss. To make this treat extra awesome, Shaw adds a fruit puree to a homemade piping bag made from a Ziplock bag. With this in hand, kids can personalize the breakfast they serve to mom with special messages, hearts and squiggles. "They can decorate the pancakes and the plate as well. They'll be excited to give it to Mom and it makes the presentation beautiful," Shaw says. If you're short on time or not prepared for this level of cooking, just use multigrain frozen waffles, Shaw says. "This also works for kids who want to do it all themselves." You also can add a fruit, yogurt and granola parfait on the side or as the main course. "It's very hands-on and very easy," Shaw says, describing a basic layering process of those ingredients. Amp up a regular fruit salad with a beautiful edible bowl. Fill it up with Mom's favorites. (Continued on Page 25) IT'S ALL ABOUT MOM (Continued from Page 21) 3206 Rt. 9W New Windsor, NY 12553 (845) 561-5227 ORANGEPEDIATRICCARE.COM ORANGE PEDIATRIC CARE, P.C. Looking for Quality, Compassionate, Personalized Pediatric Care? Maria Bernardez, MD - Board Certifi cate, FAAP Pediatrician Visit and "Like" our Facebook page Download complete recipes at

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