Strawberry cheesecake as a popsicle? Yes, please! These creamy, dreamy treats are delicious, probiotic, and an easy way to eat more fruit.
Blackberry + sage may seem like an odd pairing, but it’s a surprisingly winning combination, particularly in these cooling treats.
You can’t taste the beet in these, but the beets definitely give a great pop of color to the POPsicle. 🙂 If you love raspberries, you’ll be in raspberry heaven with these!
These sweet carrot popsicles are a creamy, dreamy treat – and they’re a fantabulous way to eat more vegetables.
Avocado is incredibly creamy and luxurious as a base for these popsicles – and adding honey makes them simply sublime.
Rosemary may sound like a surprising addition to lemonade, but it’s surprisingly addictive. Rosemary lemonade is the perfect refreshment!
Cucumber-Mint popsicles are light, cool, and refreshing – like drinking cool, fresh water, but having the benefit of a frozen treat to boot.
These creamy, dreamy popsicles are made entirely of nourishing fruits, herbs, and vegetables (yes, vegetables). They’re a delightful way to eat healthy!
These delightfully refreshing fudgesicles are a kid and adult favorite! They’re delicious, nourishing, and made entirely of real food.
Corn dogs are typically junk food (even though they taste SO good!). So make them at home! Homemade corn dogs are super-easy and downright wholesome.
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!
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!
This sweet & perky homemade lemonade concentrate is your all-natural, ready-to-mix lemonade free of high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavors. Mix some up today!
Make your own DIY cake mix and avoid the heavy load of preservatives found in store-bought varieties. Homemade cake mix saves money too. My, oh my.
This smooth and creamy homemade hot chocolate mix uses simple, real food ingredients. Take it camping, Christmas tree hunting, or just sip it by the fire!
These SWEET chickpea-based dips (aka “hummus”) will not only provide excellent protein and minerals, but will delight the tastebuds of pretty much anyone, making them perfect for dipping with apples, bananas, or strawberries and are lovely as an appetizer for holiday get-togethers, an after-school snack, or a healthy school lunch.
There are certain flavors that just sing of autumn. Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, pumpkin, apple cider, honey…. Just think of a homey kitchen that’s cozy and comforting when you come in from the cool, autumn night and that’s full of heady, rich spices — these scents that sing their way into your soul. Also, I simply…
Whether you’re packing a lunch to go or preparing lunch to eat at home, midday meals tend to necessitate the need for quick, tidy, and portable food. Fermented foods are one of the best ways to pack a nutritional punch in any meal.
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.
This fig butter is unlike any you’ve known – and it’s easier, tastier, and healthier too! If you love Fig Newtons, you’ll swoon for this simple version.
Homemade string cheese is an easy, fun treat to pop in your child’s healthy school lunch. With this sneaky shortcut, you can make homemade string cheese at a fraction of the cost of the store-bought versions AND avoid most fillers and additives!
Homemade Velveeta and Homemade Cheez Whiz are your real food answers to the chemical-laden, “food” product the stores offer. Try these super-easy, nourishing recipes today!
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…