I had seen posts on the Canadian Celiac Facebook Support page about these Gluten free Noodle bowls found at Costco. I’d yet to find them. Then to my amazement – I did!
Who doesn’t miss Mr Noodles?! So I’m hoping these will be a nice alternative.
They come in a ready serve bowl with the noodles, flavour oil, soup base and hot chilli powder.
Add hot water to the inside line of the bowl then wait 3 minutes.
The lovely thing about Pho is you can add whatever you want. I added shredded carrots, slices of onions, spiralled cucumber and diced mushrooms.
I didn’t find the soup base overly flavourful. The second time I made up a bowl, I added a 1/2tsp of Epicure Chicken broth powder and a 1/2tsp of Epicure Vegetable broth powder. That seemed to help boost the soup base flavour.
I tend to make these for a lunch on the weekends or dinner during the week as they take time to prepare the ingredients. Since the bowl itself is really just a starting point.
But I’m happy to have this option, and our family has been enjoying them. Have you tried them yet?
It’s kind of funny how in some aspects of raising children, we get to relive or atleast get flash backs of our childhood from our children.
Except for me, Santa’s Village was a once a summer experience but nowadays most local families have season passes here and the Village becomes more a familiar frequented meeting place. And you get to know the staff…like for example some gate greeters don’t even need to see our season pass card to let us in – they know we have it as we are regular visitors, as they greet us frequently.
How can that view not take you back?!
Santa’s Village in Bracebridge, Ontario is a lovely little amusement park for young kids. It’s where Santa lives in the summer!
And what a lovely place it is! And something for everyone!
You can feed the reindeer:
Ride a Ferris wheel of Christmas Balls:
Enjoy a train ride all around the park:
Enjoy a boat ride:
Enjoy Elves Island with fun activities:
Enjoy Kiddie rollercoasters:
Enjoy the Splash pad. Or as we like to call it “Santa’s Beach”
Our almost 3 year old loves Santa’s Village. And it’s a hit with my nieces, nephews and friend’s children.
It’s a must when visiting Muskoka with children to spend sometime with Santa!