Friday, 5 June 2009

Pina Colada Yoghurt #3

This postcard snack came all the way from the Bahamas, thank you!

Pina Colada Yoghurt
You will need:
1 cup of vanilla yoghurt
1Tbsp flaked coconut (we used shredded)
1 Tbsp crushed pineapple, well drained.

1. Pour yoghurt into a bowl.
2. Add coconut.
3. Add pineapple.
4. Mix well together.
5. Eat.
Testers comments: yummy and sweet

Assistants notes : I cheated somewhat with this and pre-measured everything, just because I was short of time, next time he can do it himself. It was really tasty and we had it again with our breakfast the nest day. The recipe also suggested toasting the coconut. Spread the coconut evenly on an un-greased baking sheet and toast at 300F oven until golden brown. I would like to try it like this, I think it would give a more nutty taste.

5 comments:

  1. I have been lurking for months and am finally taking a moment to let you know that I am blown away by your creativity and devotion. Your blog is incredibly inspiring and your son- adorable!I was wondering if there are any particular Montessori books that you recommend?

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  2. that looks good and looks like you are having fun back home!

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  3. I really like How To Raise An Amazing child
    http://astore.amazon.com/abitofthianda-20/detail/075662505X

    for getting started, I wish I had read this one first! It has good tips on how to set up the home as well as the basics in Montessori.

    The Absorbent mind
    http://astore.amazon.com/abitofthianda-20/detail/0805041567

    and
    Discovery of the child
    http://astore.amazon.com/abitofthianda-20/detail/0345336569

    are both must reads to get a proper understanding of Maria Montessori's thinking, not to learn how to present the work but why the work is presented.

    and if you want the scientific evidence behind the theory then go for The Science Behind The Genius
    http://astore.amazon.com/abitofthianda-20/detail/0195325265

    this was the first book I read and it is quit hard going but it convinced me the Montessori was the way to go.

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  4. You are sooooo busy and yet took the time to respond-links and all. Thank you!!!!! I'll be checking them out very soon.

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