Monthly Archives: April 2015

  • Keep America Beautiful Month – How Can Your Kids Go Green? Part 2

    Keep America Beautiful Month – How Can Your Kids Go Green? Part 2

    In part 1 of our 'Keep America Beautiful Month' last week, we listed several ways that your family can get involved and embrace this important holiday. In celebration of Earth Day, here are more ideas and creative celebrations fun for all ages!

  • Keep America Beautiful Month – How Can Your Kids Go Green? Part 1

    Keep America Beautiful Month – How Can Your Kids Go Green? Part 1

    It’s Keep America Beautiful month, and adults aren't the only ones who should try to reduce their carbon footprints and go green. Kids can get in on the action, too! Take a look at these fun, family- and kid-friendly ways to go green this month.

  • Celebrate! Kids are Eating Healthier at School

    Celebrate! Kids are Eating Healthier at School

    A new study by the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity is being championed by the USDA; it shows better eating habits for children enrolled in public schools. In 2010, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act gave public schools a new set of school nutrition standards to increase the amount of good, healthy food that kids eat at school. Some of the new rules required more whole grains, fewer items with sodium and empty calories, and a bigger variety of healthy vegetables and fruits to be offered by the cafeteria, along with bigger serving sizes of these good options.

  • Cous Cous Salad with Peas, Kale, Artichoke Hearts & Chickpeas

    Cous Cous Salad with Peas, Kale, Artichoke Hearts & Chickpeas

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    Get ready for spring and warmer weather with this delicious Cous Cous salad option - perfect for both kids and adults! Made with Israeli Cous Cous, this salad comes packed with nutrient-rich ingredients such as artichoke hearts, peas, and everyone's favorite vegetable, kale. This is a great recipe for kid chefs of all levels and ages to help with in the kitchen - whether it's helping chop up the ingredients and sauteing together, or just measure out portions to get accommodated in the kitchen. Plus, this salad is sure to keep growing kids full longer with tons of healthy nutrients to help their bodies grow strong. Try out this recipe today and cook up some fun with the family!

  • Six Ways To Trick Your Kids Into Eating Healthy Food

    Six Ways To Trick Your Kids Into Eating Healthy Food

    Healthy food and kids should go hand in hand – these are little growing humans, and good nutrition is vital to the growing part. But kids often flat out reject some of mom and dad’s favorite healthy foods. Sorry kale, whole grains, and vitamin-rich veggies! But as long as you have the willpower to keep trying, you can make lots of progress toward getting those nutrients into your little ones' tummies. Here are just a few ways you can sneak and trick your way into healthier kids’ meals and snacks.

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