One way to make Mother’s Day special for your mom: Make one of Grandma’s specialties.
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.
Getting its sweetness from dark chocolate, bananas and a drop of honey, this easy-to-make recipe can be made as a flavor-packed bread or a dozen muffins.
Dips are the perfect party dish, quick to make and easy to serve. Even better: Make your party dip healthy with nutritious ingredients.
How do you get finicky eaters to eat a healthy lunch? Wrap it up!
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.
Get a taste of the islands with this classic octopus salad–it’s quick and easy to prepare, and octopus is a lean, healthy, low calorie seafood packed with nutrients like iron, calcium and potassium.
Buttery eggplant is delicious and easy to prepare–add mozzarella cheese and it and makes a great burger alternative.
Potato chip lovers of all ages will love this easy-to-make, much healthier snack.
It’s hard to resist the great-together flavors of a frozen banana with a crisp dark chocolate shell.
Who doesn’t love fruit drinks? And if they’re healthy and easy to prepare, what’s not to love?
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.