This "germ" (cracker sandwich) is
fun and easy to make - even for 3 year olds. The recipe also
allows for each child to create a unique treat, using his or
her own imagination.
These seven snacks are easy to make, fun for the kids and a
few of them even sneak in some healthy ingredients along the way.
Be sure to keep on hand some inexpensive plastic bowls and plates
for outside snacking, plus small resealable plastic bags for
those times you need to take these with you. These recipes are
perfect for field trips, school lunches or after-school
A favorite summer treat? Popsicles! The frozen ice on a
stick that we all remember from our childhoods. Here are recipes
to help you make them at home for less!
Take this classic Irish stew recipes and subtitute in any meat you want for a more unique flavor. You could go beef or chicken, but for a richer flavor, try venison.
Fresh or frozen shrimp is such a great nutritional choice.
Fruits are high on the list of foods we should be eating more of each day. The next time you're walking through the produce aisle, try something new rather than reaching for a familiar fruit. Here are some of the different fruits you may find at your local grocer.
The start of the school year can indeed be a busy time
for families, but it is possible to make healthy meals even with
time constraints. It just takes a little know-how.
Packing a healthy lunch for your
kids might be easy for you, but it might be a struggle for you
to get them to eat it! Writer Paula Chase-Hyman offers some
tips to end the lunchbox wars!