>#212: Make a Milkshake

>Yum! An excellent way to cool down. Mix ice cream or frozen yogurt in a blender along with a banana (for that milkshakey thickness) and a little bit of milk or soy milk. Add frozen or fresh fruit. Ta-da! Time to slurp it up through a straw. Make this a family activity: make enough for

>#207: S’mores

>Hey, how about some s’mores to go with yesterday’s campfire? Wait until the fire burns down to coals. Then you are ready to make s’mores. You will need marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers (or arrowroot cookies). Place chocolate on one cookie. If you have a grate over the firepit, place the cookie there so the

>#201: Homemade Popsicles

>Make a healthy, homemade popsicle treat to cool you off. If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can use used mini-yogurt containers or ice cube trays (that will make mini popsicles–use toothpicks for sticks). Pour your chosen juice into your container, add a popsicle stick and freeze for a few hours. To make it more

>#174: Super-Easy Ice Cream

>To make one serving of super-easy ice cream you will need: Mix together in a small zip top bag:125 mL (½ cup) half-and-half cream1 mL (¼ tsp) vanilla15 mL (1 tbsp) white granulated sugarPress air out of the bag and seal it. Mix together in a large zip top bag:ice (enough to half fill a

>#137: Eat Something New

>Try something you haven’t eaten before. How about squid? Jackfruit? Okra? Dragonfruit? Eggplant? Chocolate covered grasshoppers? Maybe it is something more common like guacamole or olives. Pop it in your mouth and see if you have a new favourite. (Need some ideas? Try this site.) How about a food you don’t like? Give it a

>#56: Eat with Chopsticks

> Try eating your next meal with chopsticks. If you aren’t used to it, it can be tricky. (And fun!) In countries like China and Japan, people eat with chopsticks instead of forks. Once you learn how to use them, it’s easy! It is believed that chopsticks have been around longer than the fork. Using

>#46: Make a Sundae

>It doesn’t have to be hot out–or Sunday–to make a delicious sundae! Scoop some ice cream into a bowl, sprinkle it with your favourite toppings and voila! A yummy sundae. Topping ideas: nuts, sprinkles, candies like Smarties or M&Ms, cherries, blueberries, or other fruit (add bananas to make a banana split!), and of course, syrup.