The trick to getting your kids to eat the lunch you pack is all about making it look cool. Start with a colorful lunchbox and fill it with fun-size, good-for-you treats. We're pretty sure they won't want to trade.
Kids will love making their own pizza, and you'll love it too. It's a fun way to keep the kids happily occupied after school and get dinner out of the way.
Kids can participate in these quick and easy meal ideas.
Do you shoo everyone out of the kitchen when you're
preparing food? Step back, and wave your children in. Now is the
time to get them involved in the process. And you might find the
company a welcome addition. Mary Emma Allen explains.
Fresh or frozen shrimp is such a great nutritional choice.
Kids love marshmallows! While they are certainly not in the
top 10 most nutritional things to feed your kids, they are
definitely in the top 10 fun snacks. Carrots sticks and whole
wheat crackers are good for everyday snacks, but these sweet
treats will be welcome anytime you choose to serve them!
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