Snack and protein bars are great for kids snacking on the go, but there are so many kinds to choose from! Not sure where to start? A dietitian explains what to looks for when choosing a bar for your kids.
Healthy fruit roll-ups with veggies are a fun, homemade version of the childhood favorite. Sometimes called fruit leather, this treat is fun to make and even more fun to eat!
There’s a new hummus in town, and it’s green and loaded with herbs! This cilantro hummus offers a fun, kid-friendly twist on the traditional recipe. It'll be a hit with adults and kids alike!
Whether you’re throwing a barbecue or just snacking at home, you can’t go wrong with macaroni salad. This Korean version features tuna and veggies to make it filling and pack in extra nutrients.
What if you could turn your favorite carrot cake into a bite-sized, easier-to-make treat that you or your little ones could enjoy with only 20 minutes notice? Enter no-bake carrot cake pops!
These cheesy vegetable fritters will be a hit with your family! You’ll love that they come together quickly and easily, and your kids will love their crisp texture and cheesy flavor.
Want your favorite breakfast ingredients in a bite-sized bundle? Oats, eggs, maple syrup, sunflower butter, and orange juice and zest make these whole wheat muffins the perfect handheld morning meal.
Esquites is super easy for busy parents to prepare. Made with frozen or canned corn, cotija cheese, mayo, herbs and spices, this Mexican street corn in a cup is bound to become a family favorite.
Green smoothies are a sweet, healthy treat for kids any time of the day! This one is quick, easy and power-packed with fruits, greens and chia to help fuel your little one until their next meal.
Making your own gummies may seem like an unattainable goal, but this recipe makes it easy. Plus, they’re made with beets and blueberries, making them a favorite for parents and kids alike!