You and your child can create cheesy broccoli animals and eggs that will make eating broccoli fun and delicious.

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This healthy twist on pancakes will have you and your family craving more!

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Who says breakfast has to be the same old cold cereal every morning?

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a butterfly cracker snack! This yummy treat combines all of our favorite things - crispy crackers, crunchy celery and more.

What You’ll Need: Baby carrots Cream cheese, softened Circle-shaped crackers Celery, cut in approximately 2-inch pieces (about 6...Read more

Carrots have been used to sweeten cakes since medieval times. In this recipe, they reduce the need for a lot of added sugar while keeping all the delicious flavor you expect in a cupcake!

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Finger foods are always a hit, and this fun roll-up adds a cute and crunchy twist with its “caterpillar legs.”

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Try this fast and simple recipe for a grain-free and protein-rich snack! Our healthy twist on cookie dough is using chickpeas, which provides many health benefits and is a great source of plant-based protein.

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A few simple ingredients can go a long way to make a yummy snack the whole family will love.

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Nutritionists say you should try to eat a rainbow every day – try this one that includes lots of color in a festive confetti salad!

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Quesadillas are a kid-favorite that is easy for mom or dad to make, as well!

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Get your kids dreaming about breakfast with this delicious morning treat they’ll start preparing before bedtime.

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Rainbow Fruit Pizzas make kids, parents, and our tummies happy!

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Take a trip across the sea with this crunchy apple boat snack!

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Yogurt + Bananas = Tasty! Try out this delicious and nutritious treat!

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These frozen watermelon pops are the easiest treat you’ll make this summer. An added bonus? The treats are completely natural, with no added sugar!

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These slushy treats are cool, refreshing and every bit as delicious as you remember slurpees being!

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It doesn’t get much easier than this! This healthy watermelon granita brings all the cool, refreshing relief of a frozen treat with just a few stirs midway through the freezing process.

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If you’re looking for a variation on the usual ice cream indulgence, try out this fun hands-on twist.

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This recipe combines the flavors of a cheeseburger in a fun mini-pie your kids will love! Add ketchup and your favorite cheeseburger fixings and you’re ready to go.Read more

Healthy energy bites are five ingredients away from being in your kitchen.

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Homemade pretzels in the shape of Olympic rings are a great hands-on sensory activity for kids, and they just happen to also be a delicious treat!

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This kid favorite is always exciting, but pizza biscuits make for even more fun at home! Kids can customize their own pizzas and try different flavors.

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Do you want to know what a rainbow tastes like? Well, load up on summertime fruits to find out!Read more

Raspberry season is upon us! Whether your kids are long-time raspberry fans or new to these colorful berries – there is a lot to love about raspberries!

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These frozen banana pops are a delicious summer delight. Your kiddo may feel like he’s eating ice cream, but these pops are a healthy treat that even mom and dad will look forward to.

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This chickpea recipe isn’t only easy, but tasty too with little to no mess. Try this bite-sized snack two different way to decide which your family likes best!

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S’mores are a summer campfire classic, but we’ve got a special twist for you that’s still every bit as fun as the original, but with some yummy AND healthy twists! Best of all? You don’t even need a campfire!

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Not just for breakfast – a tasty teddy bear face can take toast from morning to afternoon or anytime!

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A watermelon sandwich? Sounds weird right? We were just as surprised when we figured out it was so good!

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