together, simple to make in festive shapes (if you want!) in minutes and even delicious as leftovers.
From the time that Linden was about 1 until she turned 2, I waged a fierce battle with Goldfish crackers. They seemed to appear everywhere that we went and she loved them, with all of their delicious salty flavor. I was constantly frustrated that my efforts to feed her healthy snacks—with a focus on fruits, vegetables, and less refined foods—was being undermined at every turn. And I know it probably sounds silly that I cared so much, but I so desperately wanted to fill her tummy with more nutritious foods. These Cheesy Oat Crackers were one answer.
The baby food aisle is bursting with products and “toddler formula” is one that deserves some explanation. We’ll talk through what it is, why it’s different from infant formula, all about toddler milks, and what the heck your child should really be drinking.
The addition of peanut butter adds protein, rolled oats add whole grains, and a modest amount of melted butter adds that richness you want in a chocolate muffin. And since there is minimal added sweetener, each of these is a nicely balanced breakfast that feels like a treat.
Celebrate the 14th with healthy Valentine’s Day snacks and treats that are easy, fun, and so yummy. These are super fun Valentines for toddlers and the rest of the family too!
Serve up a festive Valentine’s breakfast to celebrate the day with these easy and healthy ideas. I have my best recipes for chocolate muffins, pancakes, and smoothies, plus all things strawberry—Strawberry Milk, Strawberry Drinkable Yogurt, and more. S…
Combine three veggies into deliciously crispy Veggie Nuggets that you can serve straight out of the oven—or warm up after freezing them. They’re versatile, loaded with veggies, and perfect for dipping! Veggie Nuggets I am a forever fan of using veggies…
Take the work out of finding a kids water bottle that lasts, is durable, and is easy to clean with our top picks. Find fully vetted reviews on baby water bottles, toddler water bottles, and water bottles for big kids.
Serving healthy fat foods to kids is vital for their growth and development, especially for those age two and under. Plus, they can have all sort of positive benefits including aiding digestion and helping us stay full and satisfied. Read on to learn more about good fats, where to find them, and kid-friendly ways to serve them.
When can baby have peanut butter? That’s such a common question among us parents, and it’s normal to be worried about allergic reactions. Thankfully, there are easy ways to offer peanut butter to a baby and simple tips to keep in mind when introducing…