Kids are picky eaters, so we have to be creative to make sure they get their daily dose of nutrients. Wraps and stuffed burgers can hide some ingredients that kids might normally refuse.
Žemlovka may look hard to pronounce, but it’s easy to enjoy for anyone who fancies apple-cinnamon pies or bread pudding.
One way to make Mother’s Day special for your mom: Make one of Grandma’s specialties.
Icy smoothies are a great way to get your kids to eat the fruit and veggies they need–just watch out for the dreaded BRAIN FREEZE!
For which fruits and vegetables is organic the smart choice–and why? Plus: An updated 2013 “dirty dozen” list.
This version of pound cake uses much less sugar and butter; adding cacao powder gives it a richer flavor–perfect for a Sunday coffee break.
The creation of a chocolate bar or a cup of hot cocoa starts with a cacao tree. See the full journey, history and why buy Fair Trade.
Como algunos jovenes son selectivos, es frecuentemente dificil preparar una comida que coman completamente. Las comidas conocidas como “wrap” o “pocket” pueden ser una buena alternativa.
Carrots are the main ingredient in this recipe, and since these sticks are baked, they’re a nutritious alternative to fried snacks.
Making healthy meals fun can get kids excited about foods that are normally on the “no” list.
Check our “color chart” to make sure you’re getting the best nutritional value from your fruit and veggies.
Chocolate doesn’t have to be heart-shaped to be sweet: These merry mice make a great edible (and adorable) gift and are guaranteed to be the hit of any party.
Homemade dark chocolate hearts are a great way to say “I love you” without having to waste paper on the box.
This easy and nutritious dish makes a great meatless meal; brown rice provides plenty of dietary fiber and bok choy, eggplant and mushrooms supply lots of vitamins and minerals.
An important part of the controversy surrounding genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is our right to know when–and why–we’re consuming them.