Like all great recipes, this one started at a restaurant – I ordered a curried chickpea salad sandwich, took one bite, and knew that I needed to figure out how to make it. It’s a very simple and low-tech recipe (I’m sure you could use a food processor for a smoother salad but I like… Read more »
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!)
Rainy days means no outside time, and for kids and parents, this might pose as a major problem! Kids start to get in the “inside horrors” and become almost unbearable by the end of the day, let alone a whole rainy weekend. The good news is: it doesn’t have to be this way! There are hundreds of activities that you and your children can do together – and you’ll never even notice the rain! So, keep your eyes on the weather and look forward to the next rainy day, keeping the following ideas in mind.
Lunch is usually the quick meal of the day, squished between everything that needs to be accomplished. However, it should be just as healthy and well-rounded as breakfast and dinner. Skip the peanut butter and jelly and bologna sandwiches –they’re just not fun! Get your kids interested and involved in creating and eating a healthy lunch with these creative ideas.