These happy little Applesauce Muffins are packed apple-cinnamon flavor, whole grains, and vitamins. And all without excess added sugars! They’re a perfect healthy snack or breakfast for kids to make ahead and serve throughout the week. Applesauce Muffi…
Apple Cookies are a perfect fall (or anytime really) treat to share with the kids—whether or not you top them with an easy icing! These healthy cookies are low in added sugars and flexible for a range of food allergies. Apple Cookies I often bake with…
Mix up a simple batter bursting with banana, whole grains, and flavor for a healthy Banana Cake to celebrate a kids birthday or special event. Bonus: The simple whipped cream cheese frosting seals the deal and the whole thing can be made ahead!
Learn how to cook oatmeal with ANY fruit you have on hand, whether fresh, dried, frozen or canned. Plus: This recipe is so easy to make and reheat for easy breakfasts, which is a perfect way to ensure you never waste any leftovers you may have.
With simple ingredients that kids and parents will enjoy, this quick and easy family dinner of Creamy Broccoli Pasta is ready to go into regular rotation. Bonus: It takes only 20 minutes to make!
Take the confusion out of the cereal aisle and learn which healthy cereal for kids are best—and what to look for on a label to help you feel confidence in the choices you’re making at the store. Kids Cereal With so many options at the store, choosing a…
Stay nourished during pregnancy with an easy Pregnancy Smoothie. This is an easy way to get a dose of veggies, protein, healthy fats, iron, and Vitamin C–all in a really yummy (and low acid) smoothie!
Make family dinner easier with this master list of dinner ideas for kids—grownups will enjoy too!
Moist tender Mini Chocolate Chip Muffins that taste as good as store bought, but have a little extra nutrition? Sign. Me. Up. These muffins are seriously delicious and are a must-make if you have fans of Little Bites in your house!
Feeding toddlers can be a demoralizing task, especially when they refuse their veggies day after day. And while I’m all for continuing to expose them to what we want them to eat, there are times when tucking veggies into foods they already love can go a long way. These Toddler Meatballs with Hidden Vegetables pack 3 types of vegetables, but have the texture and flavor that you and your kids expect.