School is cool with Gardenia

Getting kids excited to go school everyday probably is one of the toughest task for any parent. Students may be feeling bored in taking their lessons seriously or getting challenged with the numerous activities they have to accomplish. Once in school, everything will be almost entirely different: grade level, difficult subjects, strict teachers, closed up in a classroom the whole day, or sometimes sweet or annoying seatmates. Unlike at home where they can relax, everything at school is different, different, different!

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Daunting, you say, but for any child, why wouldn’t it be? Come to think of it, it’s not just the child who worries; parents, too, especially for their kids’ baon. Parents will definitely want to take charge in preparing their kids’ snacks, as they want only nutritious and safe food for them.

Good news to all the parents! Gardenia, the bread brand known for its delicious taste, freshness, softness, freshly baked aroma and nutritive value, will help you start the school year right with these delightfully delectable bread treats that every kid will surely love—and be proud to bring to school.

With Gardenia, mothers can make countless creative recipes that will make school cool for kids. Add a little more surprise—try a ripe banana or a sweet and crunchy apple—and you have the makings of a fun and complete nutritious meal that will not only make kids more at ease at school, but will also keep them excited for the next day! As an added touch, try slipping in a short note inside his lunch box. A simple message of love and encouragement will go a long way to keeping his spirits up and making an already amazing meal truly special.

In no time, your little ones will be ready and excited to go back to school. Yes, change can be a scary thing, but it can also be exciting as demonstrated by these new fun and nutritious twists to the usual school baon! Visit Gardenia website, www.gardenia.com.ph, for more out-of-the-box recipes.

Only from Gardenia.

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