OAKS cafeteria

  • What’s new
What's new in our OAKS café? (Available for Secondary students) Since the start of this school year, we have been trying to improve our range of healthier food choices. For example, we offer Yoghurt with muesli and fruit, oatmeal, whole meal bread or pastry, vegetable wrap or sourdough bread with homemade spreads such as egg spread or traditional 'bryndza' spread.  We stopped selling drinks with added sugar and trying to choose healthier options of all our offered products.

We encourage children to try new flavors and give us feedback.

Homemade Cheese Crackers

  • Recipes from us
These cheese crackers are a super simple kitchen project the whole family can take part in—kids will love rolling out the dough and crafting fun cracker shapes. Make one batch with cheddar, one with white cheddar, and one with garlic powder and cayenne for a kick of spice.
Ingredients 4 tablespoons cold unsalted butter
8 ounces extra-sharp cheddar or white cheddar cheese
½ teaspoon salt
Freshly ground black pepper
½ cup whole-wheat flour
½ cup all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon cold water
¼ garlic powder (optional, for spice)
¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper, plus more for sprinkling (optional, for spice)
Directions Grate the cheese and cut the butter into small pieces. Place the cheese, butter, salt and a few grinds black pepper in the food processor and pulse for a few seconds until the mixture comes together. Add whole-wheat flour and all-purpose flour one at a time, processing until the mixture becomes crumbly. Pour in the cold water and process until a large dough ball forms. The dough should be soft and malleable.

If you're making the spicy crackers, add the garlic and cayenne pepper to the dough, kneading it in with your hands until well incorporated. Split the dough into two balls, flatten into disks, and wrap each disk with plastic wrap. Let chill in the refrigerator for at least an hour.

When the dough is finished chilling, preheat the oven to 375º F. Roll out the dough until it's thin but not paper-thin, about 1/8-inch thick. If they are cut too thick, the crackers will be less crispy and more bread-like. Cut the crackers using a cookie cutter of your choice, or use a knife to cut squares or triangles.

Place the cutouts on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and repeat with the second disk of dough. If making the spicy crackers, sprinkle a pinch of cayenne over the crackers. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until puffed and golden brown. Keep in an airtight container for 2-3 days, although they are best when fresh. Re-crisp in the oven or toaster oven if desired.


  • How to stay healthy
Rainy and cold weather means that we need to boost our immune system as much as it is possible. Little chef has favorite food ingredient which can help you add some vitamin C in to your daily diet as well as some gut health- friendly probiotics.
What is it? Answer is sauerkraut!
Sauerkraut was already cultivated in ancient Greece or even in the Roman Empire. It survived the test of time to become a popular side dish and condiment in many cultures and it’s very traditional ingredient in Slovakia as well. Sauerkraut is one of the long-standing traditions of our country, especially in the winter when it was served as a substitute for fresh fruit and vegetable which weren‘t available during the winter season. 

We have plenty meals where you can find it as a main character, such as “kapustové fliačky, strapačky, kapustníky” and so many others. Sauerkraut is a source of probiotics, vitamin C and iron, all of which contribute to a stronger immune system.

Eating sauerkraut may help strengthen your immune system, improve your digestion and even reduce your risk of certain diseases.

To achieve the best possible health benefits, try eating a little bit of sauerkraut each day.

Homemade Fruit roll ups

  • Recipes from us
You need 5 minutes of your time, 2 natural ingredients and very tasty snack is yours! Learn with us how to make fruit leather with no added sugar.
Ingredients: Fresh fruit – you can try mango, apricots, strawberries, raspberries, apples or any other fruit, which is your favorite
Lemon juice – from freshly squeezed lemon

Lemon juice brighten up the flavor of fruit in homemade fruit roll ups and help the fruit retain its color.
Why is fruit leather worth to love?
  • flavor – you can choose your favorite and have exactly what you want
  • healthy choice over snacks with added sugar
  • rich in vitamin C and fiber
How to make fruit roll ups?
  • Add fruit to a high-powered blender. Blend until the mixture is very smooth.
  • Add lemon juice and blend again until incorporated.
  • Transfer the fruit mixture to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Spread well into a thin layer.
  • Bake it in the oven (75°C) until the center is no longer sticky to the touch (3-4hours). Remove from the oven and cool completely to firm up.
  • Cut into strips lengthwise and once crosswise to create 10 pieces total.
  • Roll carefully.

Enjoy this snack!

Your Immune System

  • How to stay healthy
To be immune means to be protected.

So it makes sense that the body system that helps fight of sickness is called the immune system. The immune system is made up of network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body.

Healthy kids can help their immune systems by washing their hands regularly to prevent infections, eating nutritious foods, getting plenty of exercise, getting enough sleep, and getting regular medical checkups.

And if you feel gerat today, THANK YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM!