Try these recipes to get an idea of what kind of snacks are served to kids at Compassion student centers!
In West African countries like Burkina Faso and Togo, people use locally grown vegetables to make soups and stews. Soups are often vegetarian, since many people can’t afford to buy meat.
People in Burkina Faso love to eat this dish with stews and soups (try it with the West African Peanut Soup). It’s similar to a dish called ugali in Kenya and Tanzania.
Mangos are popular in many tropical countries where Compassion sponsors help children.
Children in the Philippines enjoy snacking on karoke, which are toasted corn nuts, and you can, too!
Brigadeiro is a special treat for children in Brazil. Mix up a batch to give to your friends!
Chocolate has a long history in Mexico, dating all the way back to the Aztecs!
Couscous is a popular food in Africa and Asia. You’ll find couscous at most grocery stores, in boxes and in the bulk aisle. Serves 8.
Chapati is a thin, round flatbread common in East Africa. Children in Rwanda enjoy it as a snack with milk or tea, or as a meal with stew. Serves 4.
Many kids don't eat snacks because their families don't have enough food. But children at Compassion centers get snacks like this one.
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With the help of an adult, you will soon be munching on these yummy nachos topped with beans and spices.
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