Think Outside the Lunch Box!
Sure, sandwiches are fine. But why not enlist your child to help create their own lunchbox entree? These three easy baking recipes will have your child measuring, mixing, and ...
The school year is officially begun, and that means that day in, day out, parents will be packing lunches for their school-age children. Here are three kid-friendly salads that ...
Although sandwiches and snacks are the traditional lunchbox fare, soups make for a healthy option that can be just the ticket on a cool school day. Here are three kid-friendly ...
Make school lunches a kid-friendly and nutritious meal with three school snacks. Here's how to make pizza muffins, healthy hummus, and chicken wraps.
Snacks and Sides
Store bought granola can be high in sugar and low in nutrition. Chock full of heart healthy ingredients and just a touch of sugar, this homemade granola is a lighter, ...
Help your child learn healthy eating habits by transforming every kid's favorite food into a healthy, flavorful after-school snack.
April is National Pecan Month! Your child can make a tasty treat and learn more about pecans, which are native to the southern United States.
Use this simple and versatile recipe in pasta, sandwiches, or atop baked chicken. Not only is it colorful and flavorful, it's also packed full of vitamins.
This refreshing salad is tasty and chock full of fresh veggies! Your child will hone her slicing skills as she makes this delicious dish.
Nothing warms a wintry afternoon like a warm bowl of soup - especially when it's homemade!
Loaded with grape tomatoes that literally burst with sweetness, this pasta dish is a surefire kid pleaser.
With just a handful of ingredients and some leftover mashed potatoes from dinner the night before, your child can make this simple and healthy soup.
Chicken souse is a delicious dish native to the Caribbean. Much like American chicken soup, souse contains meat, broth and vegetables but with an island twist.