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Never underestimate the ravenousness of a child just out of school. It might be the first moment that a kid can pause to reflect on the day, or it might be your only chance to shovel some nutrition into his face before band rehearsal, dance class, or field-hockey practice. Don't pass up this golden opportunity!
The constant sounds of swishing hoops and blowing whistles coming from my TV can only mean one thing--March Madness is here! This year I'm skipping the greasy wings and slices of pizza while tracking my bracket, and opting for these healthy and satisfying game-day recipes instead. Stuffed Cherry TomatoesThe phrase big things come in small packages best describes flavor-packed Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes (shown here), which are perfect to pop while waiting for tip-off.
Quick and healthy snacks to power kids and adults through work, school, practices and more.
If kids had their way, their diet would consist entirely of food that is neon in color, sweet in flavor and, preferably, accompanied by a toy. Unfortunately for us parents, there are plenty of options that fill those criteria, especially when it comes to snacks. However, with a bit of savvy, smart parents can find healthy alternatives that are still fun for the kids, while not guilt-inducing for us. Don't get us wrong: we're not advocating tricking your children outright (that would be bad!), but we can offer you some, ahem, creative options that will let you rest easy,read more
I dropped the ball with my children's snacks. I never sank so low as to give them candy between meals, although I did allow them plenty of sweets. That, I don't regret a bit. But I do feel bad that the snack drawer in our kitchen was always crammed with cookies and potato chips (make these healthy Oven-Baked Garlic-Herb Potato Chips) and Doritos and cereal, cereal, cereal -- all whenever and in whatever quantities the kids wanted. From age 7 to 11, I think my son lived mainly on chips and cereal. Luckily, both kids grew up to be justread more
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A snack cereal mix recipe can't strike out with just three ingredients. Just pour, toss, and munch!
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Step aside, chips! Here are our favorite healthy sides and snacks to keep you and your little ones happy at lunch time.
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Cheese and pears wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla makes a quick and healthy snack.
Serve these little strawberry and peanut butter roll-ups as a snack or enjoy as a quick breakfast.
Keep this salty and sweet snack mix on hand. It will be a hit with kids and adults.
Easy instructions on how to boil the perfect egg.