Healthy popsicles are a fun way to cool down without the guilt when the weather gets warm. These healthy summer treats are the perfect snack to serve your kids – healthy, delicious, and it feels like a treat! Make sure you stock your freezer up with healthy ice pops filled with fresh fruit, minimal or zero added sugar, and wholesome ingredients you can feel good about. Cut out the junky, sugar filled, artificial ingredient packed, store bought ice pops from the freezer aisle and make these simple popsicles yourself.
Hidden Veggie Asian Meatballs are the perfect combination of sweet, savory, and kid friendly. Sweet, pineapple soy meatballs are packed with grated zucchini to create a delicious teriyaki flavor. Serve over rice for a simple, kid friendly dinner.
This 4th of July Fruit Dip is the perfect dish to enjoy on a hot summer day. The red white and blue fruit dip takes a creamy, sweet fruit dip and turns it into the perfect patriotic dessert. Pair the dip with an array of red and blue berries and marshmallows to create a delicious and refreshing summer dessert. No need to heat up your home to make this summer treat – this no bake dessert is perfect to bring to any 4th of July or Memorial Day party.
Looking for hidden veggie recipes? Here are over 100 different hidden veggie recipes for all different vegetables. Get more vegetables into your kids’ diets by sneaking vegetables into food. Sneaking veggies into meals is an easy way to get your kids two eat more vegetables without the battle.
Looking for some Patriotic snacks to celebrate summer with? These red white and blue snacks are sure to be a hit with any crowd, young or old. The perfect option for your summer party, choose a 4th of July snack that is easy, fun, and tasty!
If you didn’t know by now, I love playing with my food – and by my food, I definitely mean my kids’ food. Whether it’s fun breakfast toasts, spooky soup, or festive smoothies, I think feeding your kids should be fun! Spending a few extra minutes to make a simple snack exciting is what adds a bit of that ‘magic’ to childhood. When your kids are all grown up and thinking about their childhood, little details like snowman pancakes or Halloween soups will be things that put a smile on their faces.