Supermarket Swap: Party Swaps!
WORDS: Nabula Brdar
There is nothing better than the food at a kid’s birthday party, right?
But did you know you can still let the kids enjoy a treat, without loading them with artificial colours and flavours?
Because we all know the behaviour that can follow those ‘treats’.
Try a clean version of the famous classic, Fairy Bread. These simple swaps will reduce the amount of additives the kids are consuming from 20 to 1.
They will never know the difference!
Fairy Bread Swap
Wonder Active Low Gi Soft White Bread
Wheat flour, Water, Modified Tapioca Starch (1412), Defatted soy flour, Yeast, Wheat Gluten, Vinegar, Vegetable gum (412), Canola oil, Soy flour, Soy protein, Iodised Salt, Fermented Wheat Flour, Emulsifiers (481, 471, 472e), Vitamins (Thiamin, Folid Acid).
Woolworths Extra Soft Loaf White (wholemeal is better, but we know white is the popular choice for fairy bread)
Wheat Flour, Water, Yeast, Wheat Gluten, Vegetable Oils (Palm, Canola), Iodised Salt, Yellow Pea Flour, Vitamins (Thiamin, Folate).
Vegetable oils 60% (containing 47% canola oil), water, salt, emulsifiers [471, 322 (from soy)], milk solids, preservative (202), food acid (270), natural colour (160a), vitamins A & D, natural flavour.
Pasteurised Cream (From Milk), Salt.
Dollar Sweets Sprinkles Magic 100s & 1000s
Sugar, Tapioca Starch, Colours (102, 110, 122, 123, 124, 133), Glazing Agent (903)
Sugar, maize starch, maltodextrin, natural colours, curcumin, copper chlorophyllin, beetroot, paprika, spirulina.
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