Tots are notorious for always wanting a snack, at home, on-the-go, and everywhere in between. And since little ones are inclined to eat small amounts often, making sure you have plenty of healthy foods on hand tucked into your diaper bag is an invaluable tip for avoiding sugar crashes and hunger pangs. Here are several ideas to keep your snack rotation fresh and interesting!
Most tykes will brake for fruit anytime, anywhere. But we have 6 ways to make fruit even more fun for kiddos who might be tentative about sinking their teeth in.
Always on the move? Keep your entire broods' energy levels high and bellies full by making these 6 healthy, homemade snacks for families on the go. Just remember to take them with you!
Smoothies are a clever way to disguise fruit and vegetables to ensure tots get their daily dose, even if that means sipping it through a straw. Fire up your blender before heading out on your adventures, and raise a glass to these 7 kid-approved organic smoothies.
There's no need to buy boxes of staple school lunch snacks at the store when you can make them at home! Here are easy recipes for making organic granola bars and organic fruit roll-ups in your own kitchen. Need inspiration for main meals to pack? Here are 7 kid-friendly vegetarian alternatives to peanut butter and jelly.
You can't beat the genius and yummy pairing of creamy yogurt and crunchy granola. We show you how to whip up your own batches of homemade organic yogurt and delicious granola - both real crowd pleasers!
Enjoying a diet sans meat doesn't have to equate to a lack of protein for young sprouts. From eggs to quinoa, here are 7 sources of protein for vegetarian tots -- because we all know that protein is filling -- the making of a satiating snack!
Trying to fill your tot's belly to avoid constant snacking? If your wee one is allergic to ubiquitous wheat or gluten, she needn't feel like she's always eating against the grain. Add these 6 great gluten free lunches to mid-day and put dining excitement back into an alternative diet.