Happy pumpkins, great idea for kids Halloween party food. Made of a melon and some sweets. Served on a stick, they are perfect for a snack or a dessert.
As a kid I actually really liked broccoli, probably one of the only vegetables I liked when I was young. My mom always made it with delicious cheese sauce (probably the reason I liked it so much, anything covered in enough cheese is good enough for me). I thought that was how I would always
A healthy, fun and simple lunchbox meal made interesting by adding fun colors, shapes and . . . SPRINKLES! Your kids will know that you made them a special lunch (but it is quick & easy!)
Regular oatmeal gets very boring. This is a tropical version infused with flavors of mango, cinnamon, coconut and cranberries. It’s like having dessert for brakfast 😉
Impress your friends when you make them dinner. Make your own healthy salad dressing. This recipe requires only 5 ingredients. Olive oil, balsamic vinegar, strawberry jam, salt, and pepper.
Make this Lucky Leprechaun Lunch with your kids today! He was so simple to make and my daughter loved him. We served “Lucky” with raspberries and blackberries on the side.
Easy, healthy and gluten free brownie recipe that is perfect for Valentine’s Day. You only need a few ingredients to make these heart shaped brownies.
Occasionally I run across an idea that makes me think why didnt I think of that? Thats what happened when I first stumbled upon Sarah Brittons recipe for raw salted caramel dip over on My New Roots. Its rich, delicious, and much healthier than real salted caramel. And its the perfect accompaniment to all those
Here’s a great No-Bake Healthy Energy Pops Recipe. No Bake Energy Pops are easy to make, healthy and very delicious! In 15 minutes you can make these no-bake pops and have them ready for the whole week!
‘What to have for lunch?’ is no longer going to be a question that’s hard to answer. Why? Well because we’ve come to the rescue with these darling printables to help us prepare healthy lunches that our kiddos will actually eat! And, with fun printable notes of encouragement and jokes, packing a lunch that they’ll