Shake things up with one of these healthy recipes. Try a strawberry-papaya breakfast shake for a healthy start in the morning, or a Purple Cow shake for a healthy afternoon snack.See Popular Healthy Shakes Recipes
This blended frozen fruit drink is perfect for breakfast or a snack.
Keep a banana or two in the freezer so you can quickly make this chocolate drink recipe for breakfast or a snack.
This light, frothy drink gives you all the heart-healthy benefits of pomegranate juice accented with a touch of sweet honey.
This shake combines fruits and dairy in a nutritious beverage. Whirl it together for breakfast, brunch or snack time.
It would be great if our food cravings were always for healthy things, if comfort foods were kale, parsnips and quinoa. Unfortunately, our appetite often wants what our body doesn't necessarily need. Case in point: how many times have you wanted nothing more than a burger, fries and a milkshake? Sure, it's okay to indulge in the real thing every now and again, but "now and again" is far less often than most of us would like! What's a savvy eater to do? Believe it or not, the solution is easy! A delicious veggie burger served with a sideread more
Fresh summer berries, just waiting to be turned into quick and easy, super-healthy desserts. That's the idea behind the classic children's book Jamberry, which is all about berries. The characters literally frolic through mountains and waterfalls of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and -- of course -- strawberries. It's no wonder the book is so beloved. We can think of nothing better than a summer filled with berries, especially easy desserts that showcase their natural sweetness. That's one of the best thing about berries. You don't need a lot of culinary bells and whistles to make them taste good. Sure,read more
St. Patrick's Day is one of those holidays that makes me glad my kids are grown up. (Another is April Fool's Day.) Very un-festive of me, I know. But when your kids are still little, you can't be sure which green foods they'll think are okay and which will send them retching from the table. After all, vegetables are green, which -- for many children -- sets a bad example. My friend Charmaine says that her kids won't eat green oatmeal. Oatmeal -- the least-threatening food on the planet! Where are those imaginations kids are so famous for? Don'tread more