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
Do you struggle to get your kids to eat their veggies? If so, you're not alone. That's one of the biggest complaints we hear!
But you can kiss that problem goodbye with a fresh and tasty frozen treat. Just make our Green Energy Popsicles for your kids (and for the kid in you that loves great tasting treats--for a guilt-free 42 calories!) After all, what kid doesn't enjoy a popsicle?
If you think like we do, Cinco de Mayo is a holiday all about having fun and enjoying great Mexican food and drinks! And although our celebration may be a bit less adult-centered than it once was before kids, it doesn’t mean it has to be any less fun - or delicious for that matter!
If you're like me and most moms, juggling the kids's schedules has got you a little sleep deprived. If you're trying to kick your coffee habit but still need a little caffeine boost, we've got a great energy boosting alternative for you to try-- a delicious low-calorie chai tea latte!
Craving chocolate? If so, you’re not alone! Sure, we are registered dietitians, but that doesn't mean we don't have a sweet tooth for chocolate too!
Is your child a picky eater? We can relate, one of Tammy's daughters is super particular and it can certainly get tiresome.
Something we've noticed, however, is that any time a food is fried, even the pickiest eaters will usually gobble it up without complaint.
As many of you may know, it was National Girl Scout Day earlier this week, and what better way to celebrate than for you to make some of your own Girl Scout cookies? Who doesn’t love Girl Scout cookies!?
We remember eating them as kids with our mom on our backyard deck, those were the days...
If you're like us, you're always looking for new, healthy and delicious recipes that the whole family will love!
Tammy's daughters gobble this up. It's the perfect comforting and satisfying food. Winter time to us always means casseroles for dinner.
As registered dietitians, one of the first things that we learned during our undergraduate studies was the importance of family mealtime. Although we have fond memories of growing up and having fun family dinners, it hadn’t yet dawned on us how much we’d notice this personally when we had our own kids.
If your neighborhood is anything like ours then Super Bowl weekend means the supermarkets are packed - carts stuffed with soda and chips as well as ingredients for making chili.