I think that the sparkle water is a bit unhealthy as it is very sweet but still can be kept on the canteen because it can be appealing to students want to try new things as the sparkle water has many flavours. Yoghurt tartlets
I think that yoghurt tartlets would be a healthy snack option as it has healthy ingredients in it like oats and yoghurt Since yoghurt contains ‘probiotics’ which are micro-organisms which help to destroy toxic which can produce bacteria. Oats also help to digest food and clear the intestines so yoghurt tartlets are very healthy. They also can be topped with different things like berries, dried fruits, chocolate according to what you like which can make the food appeal to students and staff of Carlingford High School. Yogurt Tartlets Recipe Method
* Preheat oven to 350F degrees, rack in the middle.
* Combine the flour, oats, and salt in a medium bowl
* Melt the butter over medium heat, in a medium saucepan. * Stir in the maple syrup and sugar.
* Add the flour and oat mixture to the butter and stir well. * Cook a couple minutes - just until you get a bit of a toasted smell. * Stir in the sesame oil and remove from heat.
* Divide mixture into six equal portions, and as soon as it is cool enough, quickly press the mixture into (and up the sides) of each of the tart pans using your fingers and/or the base of a glass. * Freeze until completely cooled - 5 or 10 minutes.
* Combine the yogurt, maple syrup, lemon zest and ginger juice in a medium mixing bowl and taste. (add more ginger juice if you like) * Now stir in the eggs until well incorporated.
* Fill each tart shell with about 1/4 cup of filling.
* Bake for about 20 - 23 minutes. The filling should no longer wobbly. * Remove the tarts and let cool for ten minutes.
* Refrigerate for a couple hours, and serve topped with chopped crystallized ginger, fresh fruit, or dried fruit. This recipe makes six 4-inch...
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