1-day short programme to introduce snack dishes that are healthy and full of nutrients yet easy to prepare.
Snack dishes to be taught have been taken from various Health Promotion Board (HPB) recipes and are suitable for all ages. Snacks are low in sugar and fats, making it suitable snack items for people with diabetes and hypertension.
Participants will also be introduced to basic food nutrients and their functions based on Health Promotion Board (HPB) Healthy Plate guide to healthy eating.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Understand the functions of nutrients found in the 5 major food groups from Health Promotion Board’s (HPB) healthy plate
Use recommended ingredients to prepare healthy snacks that are low in sugar and fats.
Prepared during the session
Chicken in a Pocket
Pear, celery and dried prune salad
Anyone aspiring to learn something new and upskill
This programme is suitable for the following participants:
Kitchen manager tasked with menu planning in small to medium scale restaurants and / or catering who are keen to introduce healthy and nutritious dishes to their menus
Kitchen manager working in nursing homes looking to enhance menus with healthier food options
Cooks and / or staff tasked with preparing meals at childcare centres
Cooks from catering companies
Canteen operators for schools and other institutions
Food and Nutrition teachers from secondary schools, tertiary institutions and special schools offering culinary arts programmes to students
The programme will be delivered through lectures, show & tell, demonstration and hands-on practise.
At the end of the programme, participants will be awarded with a certificate of attendance issued by Eduquest International Institute.
$160.50 (inclusive of GST)
1 Day(s) (8 Hrs)