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  • Quinoa Salad with Diced Jicama, Carrots, and Chopped Cilantro tossed in a Ginger Vinaigrette

    Quinoa Salad with Diced Jicama, Carrots, and Chopped Cilantro tossed in a Ginger Vinaigrette

    This Quinoa salad is a great recipe for your little chef to mix & measure while allowing them to add ingredients to taste. Having your kids help you create recipes with ingredients they are not familiar with or just discovering is a great way to get them to adopt them into their diet. Whether your kids have had quinoa before or not, it is also a refreshing and flavorful salad that they will love!

  • Healthy On-the-Go Breakfasts for School Days

    Healthy On-the-Go Breakfasts for School Days

    Life may be a marathon, but school day mornings pretty much always feel like crazy sprints. You’re racing to apply mascara while trying to stop your youngest from dripping toothpaste all over his clean shirt, only to look up and see that your older one has put her shirt, pants, and shoes on backward. On days like these, healthy breakfasts may be sacrificed for “Just eat this and run to the bus stop!” We’ve got a few tips and tricks to help you send your kids off to school this year with a healthy breakfast, even if it is on the run.

  • Spooky Halloween Food Ideas

    Spooky Halloween Food Ideas

    The spookiest day of the year is nearly here, so it’s time to go all in on macabre munchies and meals. Don’t be scared, there’s no training required to make these frightfully simple recipes. With just a few basic ingredients, you’ll be able to make creations and creatures for breakfast, lunch, and Halloween night. These dishes will have your kids screaming with delight and calling you the best mummy in the world.

  • Fun Food Crafts and Snacks

    Fun Food Crafts and Snacks

    There’s something about that cool, crisp fall air that makes one’s inner crafter come to life. Maybe it’s all of the holidays around the corner, or the shortened days, or the back-to-school feeling that bubbles up inside and makes all of us want to reach for the paint and crayons. Whatever the reason, check out the ideas below for some kitchen-crafty inspiration that will have your little artists feeling happy and hungry.

  • After School Activities to Burn Off Energy

    After School Activities to Burn Off Energy

    When we hear the phrase “desk job,” we may think of adult jobs. But it wouldn’t be inaccurate to consider school-age children as having desk jobs too. Sure, younger kids get some time for recess, but the vast majority of kids’ days are spent sitting. It’s no wonder that when the bell rings, they fly out from the school doors like bottle rockets full of pent-up energy. This school year, try these ideas to take that energy and channel it in fun, safe ways.

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