Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Asparagus Shrimp and Potato Croquette

    Asparagus Shrimp and Potato Croquette

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    We're taking this week's recipe a notch with this classy and sophisticated dish - our asparagus shrimp and potato croquette. This delicious and healthy dinner is perfect for a dinner party as a way to wow your guests and keep them asking for more.

  • Read To Your Kids: National Storytelling Day

    Read To Your Kids: National Storytelling Day

    Do you remember sitting in a circle with a group of kids during story time, listening raptly to a grownup read to you? Whether it took place at a library or in a classroom, we probably all have fond memories of storytelling and story time – times that helped our imagination grow as a child. Fast forward to today, where we live in a world overtaken by the next cool video game or movie and where story time seems to be overshadowed by the next version of Angry Birds.

    If kids miss out on storytelling, they are missing out on many important things that will help them develop and grow in the future. So, to celebrate National Storytelling Day on April 27, let’s talk about the importance storytelling has in your child’s life – and ways you can introduce more story time into your child’s daily life.

  • Vanilla Milkshake Smoothie

    Vanilla Milkshake Smoothie

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    We all love milkshakes, but how can you get that same great taste, texture, and flavor without all of the added sugar and fat? It's easy with this Vanilla Milkshake Smoothie that uses a unique twist on classic products to create a delicious treat that satisfies healthy minds and hungry stomachs. Your kids won't know the difference and will be sure to ask for refills, and you'll feel good about serving this healthier treat.

  • Easy Kid-Friendly Easter Desserts

    Easy Kid-Friendly Easter Desserts

    For kids, one of the joys of Easter is the baskets full of tasty treats. (Let's be honest—adults love to share in the Easter treats too.) To increase the fun on Easter, whether for Easter baskets or as desserts for the holiday meal, get the kids involved in making treats for the whole family to enjoy or to share with their friends. Here are some kid-friendly dessert ideas, both for cooking and for eating!

  • Hippity Hop Pear Salad

    Hippity Hop Pear Salad

    3 Total Ratings

    Easter festivities are just around the corner, which means Easter egg hunts, sweet treats, pastel colors, time with family and friends, and of course delicious food! This Hippity Hop Pear Salad is easy, healthy, and fun to make for your Easter table this year. Your kids will love helping you prepare all the ingredients and arranging them into this fun bunny.