Monthly Archives: December 2014

  • 6 Tips For Taking Kids To A Restaurant

    6 Tips For Taking Kids To A Restaurant

    Taking babies and kids out to eat can be quite a feat. Most families identify a tried and true restaurant and stick to it for convenience. But that doesn't mean you can’t try something new every now and then. It’s not uncommon for parents to be worried about how this new experience is going to play out; but if you keep a few things in mind, your evening will be far likelier to go smoothly.

  • Whole Roasted Cauliflower

    Whole Roasted Cauliflower

    2 Total Ratings

    Family and friends are all gathering on this festive, joyous time of the year. Food options are aplenty with feasts and holiday meals being prepared while kids and adults laugh and make memories together. This is what the holidays are meant to be about - spending quality time with your family, friends, and close ones, and remembering to appreciate all the joy and beauty surrounding your life!

    If you're looking for a quick, last-minute addition to your holiday meal, consider this delicious roasted cauliflower from our friends at Veggielicious. It's a simple, healthy holiday dish idea that is great to get the kids involved in the kitchen to help make!

  • 4 Ways Kids Can Give Back this Holiday Season

    4 Ways Kids Can Give Back this Holiday Season

    The holidays are a time for giving back, which is easier said than done when it comes to young children. After all, most children look forward to the winter holidays as a time filled with fun, food, and, most importantly in their minds, presents. But good parenting calls for teaching young people about being thankful and the importance of giving back. Here are a few ways you can help your kiddos get in the spirit of the season.

  • Sweet Herbed Butternut Squash Soup

    Sweet Herbed Butternut Squash Soup

    One Total Rating

    Holiday decorations and cheer are abound and one of the best things about this time of the year is the food! From squash to sweet potatoes to family recipes and traditions, there is no shortage of delicious recipes to try! This sweet herbed butternut squash soup is a great option for lunch or dinner for your family - perfect on those cold winter nights. Plus, the kids will be great helpers in the kitchen chopping the ingredients and helping you prepare this comforting recipe. You'll want to save this recipe to your favorites for use all winter long!

  • 8 Tips To Keep Kids Healthy This Winter Season

    8 Tips To Keep Kids Healthy This Winter Season

    Flu season is here! And while nobody wants to get sick, those of us with kids know to be prepared for the worst. But how about prevention? Teaching your little ones how to prevent catching and spreading the flu is important, not only for them but for the people they come in contact with every day. By following a few simple rules, and with a little luck, you might be able to dodge the flu bug this season. Here are a few tips for you and your little ones.