Mini-muffins make a good midday snack — loaded with fiber, they help kids feel full, which just may keep them away from the junk food. Sweet potatoes lend rich flavor to these baked treats.
Sweet potatoes don't require marshmallows to make them palatable. Here's a simple way to enjoy their rich flavor.
Summer vegetables are something we look forward to each year and this pita sandwich melt is full of garden-fresh goodness. Try this healthy recipe for lunch or brunch.
These wholesome little snacks are simple to make and rival cookie dough eaten right out of the bowl.
Except for slicing the vegetables, this is a salad even a young child can easily compose. And it's a delicious way to introduce kids to fresh-from-the garden food.
This traditional Tuscan pasta dish is bursting with the flavor of summer tomatoes. It's also a great way to introduce kids to fresh-from-the-garden food.
This vegetarian, kid-friendly dinner option tastes traditional but takes way less time than a classic lasagna recipe.
Here's an easy recipe that makes the most of the fresh, crisp flavor of fall's signature fruit. Your child can help you make this delicious apple snack.
Broccolini's long, tender stalks are completely edible and their mild-tasting loose florets and occasional yellow flowers are wonderfully delicious. I like to serve it simply, tossed in a bit of olive oil with a squeeze of lemon juice, so that its fresh flavor shines through.
This old fashioned treat is almost like an inside out apple crisp, with the oats and brown sugar filling nestled within. It's the kind of breakfast that might just get you moving on a cold winter's morning, and one you'll certainly want to share with your houseguests.