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As any busy mom, I constantly look for a nutritious snack or breakfast on the go, and belVita biscuits won me over. Find out why.
Fruit pies are a proven winner when it comes to getting kids to eat fresh fruit.
This version of traditional guacamole can be made with only five ingredients and in less than ten minutes.
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.
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.
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.
Check out these six healthy foods that taste great and can help you lose weight too.
Many parents worry about what their kids are eating; but it doesn’t need to be a challenge to introduce new, healthy foods if you make it fun.
This whole wheat flat bread is the first result of my desire to make my own healthy bread without any sugar that the kids will enjoy too.
These easy to make semi-sweet and eggless oatmeal cookies are not only a nutritious snack but also a fun recipe to try with your kids in the kitchen.
This easy homemade ice cream blends four delicious flavors rich in nutritional and health benefits.
One way to make Mother’s Day special for your mom: Make one of Grandma’s specialties.
Buttery eggplant is delicious and easy to prepare–add mozzarella cheese and it and makes a great burger alternative.