If you're like we are, you're always looking for healthy snacks for both you and your kids. Here's an easy, healthy and delicious snack that works for you and the kids!
Peanut Butter Krispy Bananas
In Ayurveda and holistic health, curry is used for medicinal purposes. It may aid in digestion and help prevent certain diseases. It is also thought to help the body feel satisfied, curbing appetite.
Some nights at dinner I feel like I am surrounded by a table of the toughest critics. Can any of you relate? It is a hard job but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I swear sometimes my kids say even the sweet dishes need more salt just to throw in their two cents.
This recipe is quick, easy, and contains only 3 ingredients! Beans are a super food. They are rich in protein, fiber, and antioxidants. According to some, they may aid in disease prevention too!
I’m always on the lookout for creative ways to add beans to my diet. Our family has a special love for hot sauce, and so it only made sense to mix the two for a winning combination!
Buffalo roasted chickpeas are a great addition to salads, or eaten as a snack all on their own.
Getting your kids to eat healthy is often a struggle. Let’s face it - even the most well-meaning, health-conscious parent caves to the demands of picky toddlers every so often (and sometimes daily).
I have a discriminating 4 year-old and a pretty omnivorous, but distracted, 18 month-old and I have found one thing that without fail can bring them to the table and get them to focus on their food - dips.
It seems to be a universal truth that kids like to dip their food. Parents can use that to our advantage (ha hah!) in two ways:
This great recipe comes from Jessie Jane, founder of Lilyshop and her daughter, Lily.
Now that watermelons are on sale, it's a great time to buy them up. But how can you make a watermelon even more fun to eat?
Make a Jell-O Watermelon!
It's a really fun activity for the kids, and at the end, you can eat it!
Want a creative idea for a fun after-school snack or a movie night treat?
Yvette Garfield from Handstand Kids shares a great recipe for Italian-style popcorn!
1 bag of plain microwave popcorn or 1/2 cup of popcorn kernels
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1/4 cup of grated parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon of paprika
Easter is the season for chocolate, bunnies... and of course baskets and baskets of hardboiled eggs, just waiting to be eaten!
So if you're tired of egg salad sandwiches, why not whip up a batch of these delicious blue cheese and bacon deviled eggs?
You pick the kids up from school and they're starving - but you don't want to feed them junk or ruin their appetite for dinner. So what's a mom to do?
If you want to give your little ones a healthy and tasty treat, whip up a batch of these homemade granola bars! Jessie Jane from Lilyshop shares a special recipe for a snack that's so much better than the store bought bars!
Kids love dip! And so do Moms and Dads…
Finding new ways to entice my kids to eat healthy foods is part of my job description. You know how it is with kids, one day strawberries are their favorite food, and the next day they hate them. Life with kids is about dancing with the flow, and staying on your toes.