5 ways you can add almonds to your kids’ diet.
You can add almonds to your diet in many forms. Raw, roasted, sprouted, soaked, as butter, as flour, as almond milk - honestly, your imagination and the time you want to spend in the kitchen is your only limit. And it doesn’t matter what they look like or where they come from, if it’s an almond, it's good for you. Grab a handfull of almonds (~10 -12 almonds) and you will hold in your hand 90 calories, 3 grams of protein, 7 grams of heart-healthy fat, magnesium, manganese as well as Vitamin E. But none of the health benefits of almonds will matter to a 10-year-old fussy eater. Children have only one question about their food: Is it yucky or yummy? And mind you, there’s only one right answer.