So, I was really skeptical the first time I tried these, as my son is really not a big fan of green veggies yet. But, I was pleasantly surprised to find that his obsession with pancakes won out over his hate for greens! These are delicious and such a huge hit in our house, I… Read more »
Here is fun, great tasting cookie recipe to make with the little ones during the holidays.
Here’s a favourite smoothie of ours for getting your greens, your fruit, and likely your breakfast in your hands and traveling with you out the door pronto! Add or remove fruit according to your personal tastes, allergies, availability, and so on. Smoothies are also a handy way to use up bruised or wonky-looking fruits that are still good to eat.
It seems that this week Christmas has arrived! All of a sudden shop windows have Christmas displays, streets are lined with lit up trees and there is even the odd lit up reindeer or giant gift box.
I love every part of Christmas and look forward to it every year. One of the best parts of Christmas for me is my Grandma’s shortbread cookies. I love my Grandma, we have a very special relationship so I’m happy I get to make these and have a little piece of her with me at Christmas time.
Looking for a healthy, delicious and FUN halloween snack for the kiddies? Try this awesome recipe we found on babble.com! We made these today and they couldn’t be yummier (or cuter!)
If you have ever struggled to get a reluctant child to eat a healthy day’s portion of vegetables, try this hands-on Korean dish that’s both kid-friendly and remarkably tasty!
Ssam literally means ‘wrapped’ in Korean, and covers a wide variety of food that are wrapped in leaf vegetables like lettuce, sesame leaves, seaweed, and so on. It’s a fantastic way for kids to have fun with their food by building each bite themselves (similar to tacos or burritos), and still eat something that is fresh and healthy. The version we’ll make today is sangchu ssam or lettuce wraps, one of the easiest to eat and find ingredients for.
Now that summer has finally arrived, why not get your little ones excited about special treats that they can help make?!
Chocolate – Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops (makes 12)
This is a simple kid-friendly snack, super easy and great for lunches, after-school snacks or a light dinner. And kids enjoy picking out their own toppings and making their own food. It’s easiest to have everything prepared, then the child can put on their own sauce and toppings. (Encourage them to use vegetables to make pizza faces!)