Healthy thumbprint cookies are the perfect compromise – a healthy lunchbox treat for kids and a guilt free cookie for moms. These healthy cookies are packed with healthy fats, whole grains, and have zero refined sugar. Make your own jam easily by adding a no sugar chia seed jam in the center. These easy cookies that kids can make are bound to be a huge hit in your family.
Pina coladas are the perfect summer drink – easily turn them into a healthy summer treat with these pina colada pineapple popsicles. Pineapple rings are placed on sticks and frozen before being topped with whipped coconut cream to give you a fun way to cool off without a ton of sugar. Packed with fruit and healthy fats, this is a healthy summer treat you can feel good about enjoying.
Getting kids to eat vegetables can be tough. These carrot recipes for kids are an easy way to get kids interested in trying carrots. With carrot recipes for kids ranging from carrot cake to roasted carrots, there is sure to be a recipe your kid will like. Carrots are a great beginner vegetable for kids who hate them. Make sure you add one of these carrot recipes for picky eaters to your meal plan this week to get your kids more interested in trying different vegetables.
Any dinosaur lover will love this homemade dinosaur birthday cake. Simply made with just a few tools and simple ingredients, it will be a hit at the next birthday party you need to host. This dinosaur cake for kids is perfect for any birthday boy or girl who loves dinosaurs. They will get a kick out of the toy dinosaurs and the cake volcano and you’ll look like super mom. I promise we can keep it between us just how much of an easy homemade birthday cake this was!
Looking for a healthier dessert to share with your family this summer? This grilled berry dessert pizza is high on flavor and low on junk, plus it uses your grill rather than your oven!
When my husband and I first started dating, I was shocked to find out that he hated using the air conditioner in the summer. While we don’t live anywhere dreadfully hot, NJ still gets pretty warm in July and August and let’s just say a second floor apartment doesn’t stay cool easily.
After some time I got used to it, and now that we’re in a home with lots of windows it’s nice to open the windows and rely on the air outside to cool the house down and breathe in fresh air – especially after a long long winter. (I should note, we totally still have an AC though!)