Waffles for kids are a simple way to get breakfast into your kids without having to overthink or spend all morning slaving over a stove. These fun kids waffles are the perfect mix of fun breakfast for kids and simple breakfast for mom. Make it a healthy well rounded breakfast with tips for choosing a healthy frozen waffle for kids and using whole fruits and healthy fats to increase the nutrition.
This Italian Fried Rice is the perfect time saving weeknight meal that will please your whole family. Leftover rice is cooked up with sweet Italian chicken sausage, veggies, and a splash of wine to create a simple family favorite. The Italian style rice is a fun take on your traditional fried rice recipe.
Healthy Alfredo Sauce is the perfect mix of decadent and healthy. It tastes just like the creamy Alfredo sauce your family loves, but with the benefit of being packed with vegetables. This hidden veggie sauce is perfect for getting the picky eaters in your family to eat more vegetables. While you’ll know that they’re getting in some quality vegetables with this cauliflower Alfredo sauce, your kids will just think they’re eating pasta with traditional Alfredo sauce!
Mexican Fried Rice is going to be your new go to for a quick, healthy weeknight dinner. Using a kid favorite as the base, this kid friendly dinner is the perfect vehicle to introduce new flavors and encourage adventurous eating. This recipe is super versatile – keep out the cilantro if you want, use ground meat instead of diced chicken, try pinto instead of black beans – mix in what you already have on hand in your fridge and pantry and make it work. This easy dinner takes less than 30 minutes to get on the table if you use rice you cooked previously, and your whole family will gobble it up.
Hidden Veggie Spaghetti Sauce takes a kid-friendly favorite – tomato sauce – and packs it full of extra veggies without their knowledge. Getting your kids to eat more veggies will be no issue when they are hidden in this sauce. Add on top of your family’s favorite pasta with some meatballs and a sprinkle of cheese for a simple dinner, or top whole grain bagels with the veggie tomato sauce and cheese for a healthier twist on pizza bagels. No matter how you use it, you’ll love knowing that your picky eater is getting in extra veggies without the hassle.