Kids love to help in the kitchen, but if you have dull, flimsy, or improper knives, it can be a dangerous proposition! Our list of safe, kid-friendly knives will help you teach your kids proper knife safety and set them up for a lifetime of good habits.
These fruit salad cups are a great recipe for kids to make themselves and provide a GREAT healthy option for either dessert, school lunches, or snacktime!
Homemade applesauce and homemade apple butter are superbly and blessedly simple to make – and they’ll provide you sunny, sweet cheer through the winter. (We also take a look at why organic apples matter, which is actually important, in this case.)
Making healthy homemade lunchables is super-simple and keeps lunch packing from being a chore. With our printable, you can easily teach your child how to pack their own lunch too!
There’s just something about scent. It’s amazing how scent and memory are so absolutely interlocked. Have you ever had a scent transport you to a long-forgotten place or memory? A certain deodorant transports me to a cobble-lined street in Brazil. A certain cologne reminds me of my first kiss. Vanilla air freshener makes my husband’s…
These homemade fruit on the bottom yogurt cups are simple, frugal, healthy, eco-friendly, customizable, and kids can even make them all by themselves! Homemade yogurt cups are the way to go for any busy, healthy family.
These quick homemade pudding cups make a nourishing, HEALTHY substitute for store-bought pudding cups that are full of undesirable ingredients. Whip these up in 5-minutes flat! (These taste better too.)
Last month, I asked our newsletter subscribers to send me recipes they wished they could make with real food instead of buying them at the store. Basically – a real food makeover of your favorite recipes. I received dozens of e-mails, but very surprisingly, many of the same recipes were requested several times over. Evidently…
Caramelized Apple Slow Cooker Oatmeal is a delicious way to have a nourishing meal ready on busy mornings or to teach your kids how to make breakfast by themselves.
It’s always exciting when kids love to be in the kitchen, and even better when there are recipes they themselves WANT to make. Here are five of our favorites, featuring seasonal flavors to boot.
Kids are natural cooks, and despite the mess it may cause, these Apple & Oatmeal Crumble Bars are simple enough that most 8-12 year olds will be able to make them by themselves.
Simple is often best and this salad highlights just three ingredients – potatoes, olive oil, and fresh thyme. It’s perfect for warm summer evenings and busy-night meals.