Making healthy meals fun can get kids excited about foods that are normally on the “no” list.
Kids can be finicky, especially when it comes to strong-tasting food like garlic. But garlic has many health benefits. Try our simple egg toast with light garlic rub and fresh veggies.
This simple, kid-friendly recipe for homemade granola–with fresh additions like fruit and yogurt–will get your day off to a healthy start.
Refreshing, vitamin-packed frozen fruit smoothies and sorbets help cool off busy bodies on hot summer days.
With the simple addition of healthy greens as a power-packed smoothie or a jumbo family salad, busy moms can tap into increased energy and better health overall.
Grilling is a great way to enjoy summer, but more importantly it’s one of the healthiest–and greenest–ways to prepare meat, seafood, tofu and your favorite vegetables if you know how to do it right.
Homemade pear sauce has a more subtle flavor than applesauce, makes an elegant addition to any food in need of sweet side and kids love it.
Serving fresh, healthy dinners when you’re short on time is surprisingly easy.
Do you know just how healthy it is to eat bananas? We discuss banana health benefits. Then we suggest some healthy baby food recipes.
You know yogurt is good for you, but do you know which kind is best for your health? In this demo episode of Living Green with Baby you’ll see how easy it is to make your own yogurt at home.