Sunday, May 25, 2014

Meals and Snacks with Sabra Products and Recipe for Mediterranean Nachos

Involving our children in the kitchen is an important life skill we can teach as parents. When children are given exposure to a variety of food and learn more about different types of food, they are more likely to make wise food choices. Studies have proven, children that are involved in the kitchen enjoy trying new foods, have better eating habits, and are confident in the kitchen. 
Both my daughter and son enjoy helping me out in the kitchen and help do chores like grating, measuring, mixing, and more. Having kids prepare their own snacks and meals is a terrific way to spend time as a family and get them to eat what they help prepare. My children were excited to set the table with flavourful Sabra products like the salsa, guacamole and hummus during different occasions.
We could use Sabra products to make elaborate meals that children can make with supervision, such as the Hummus Pinwheels and Mediterranean Nachos. We can also let our children simply open the containers and help setup the table for snacks and meals. My children helped me set the table with the hummus and fresh baguette, and in a different occasion to prep the snack table with the chunky, delicious salsa and chips.
This Mediterranean Nachos recipe is courtesy of Sabra Canada.

4 cups Pita Chips 
2 tablespoons Sabra Roasted Garlic Hummus 
2 tablespoons Sabra Roasted Red Pepper Hummus 
8-10 grape tomatoes cut in half lengthwise 
1/4 cup chopped zucchini about 1/4" 
2 tablespoons chopped Greek olives 
2 tablespoons chopped pepperoncinis or capsicum 
1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella 
Preheat the oven to 375F. Place pita chips in a 9" skillet or other ovenproof pan or baking dish. Top with small spoonfuls of Sabra Hummus. Sprinkle tomatoes, zucchini, olives and pepperoncinis over the chips. Top with shredded mozzarella. Bake 15-20 minutes or until cheese has melted and edges are beginning to brown. Serve warm.

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  1. always looking for something different when the grandkids come over, thank you for the recipe

  2. looks yummy. thanks for sharing

  3. we love sabra products!

  4. That looks like a great snack. i am always on the hunt for good snacks for my kids other than cut up fruit.

  5. yummmmmmmy

  6. yummmmmmmy

  7. This looks delicious! thanks for sharing!

  8. Debbie White-BeattieSeptember 20, 2018 at 3:13 AM

    Your recipe looks really good plus the salsa and hummus dip are really delicious I already know

  9. looks great I didn't know Sabra had salsa, we love the hummus

  10. This would be a lovely snack for game night.


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