Rethinking ideas for the school lunch box from sandwiches to wraps to crackers and cheese and fruit on a stick. Let's talk for a minute about this business of school lunches. Just one more time, I promise. We're a week and a half in. I've sent hard boiled eggs with my kids … [Read more...] about Breaking Down School Lunch Box Ideas
Kids in the Kitchen
This 15-minute macaroni and cheese is one of the school lunches I fall back on easily. I only make it once in a while, but it's a kid favorite, the creamy cheese sauce keeping the pasta hot until lunchtime. Our day starts as the sun rises. Alarms blare. (To my neighbors, I … [Read more...] about Easy School Lunch Macaroni and Cheese for Sliding into a New Routine
An easy-to-make baked apple puff pancake is perfect for breakfast for dinner or a late Saturday brunch, and it's just the thing to get the whole family involved and cooking in the kitchen. My very first memory took place in a kitchen. A tornado was also involved. When I got … [Read more...] about Baked Apple Puff Pancake and The Whole Family Cookbook
I remember reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar to my sister when she was growing up, and it was one of the first books I purchased for my first child as well. There hasn't been a moment in my kids' lives where this book wasn't front and center and at the top of the bedtime … [Read more...] about National Nutrition Month: Very Hungry Caterpillar Giveaway!
The following post is from Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RD and Liz Weiss, MS, RD from Meal Makeover Moms’ Kitchen and is the fourth guest post in the Breaking Picky Eaters series. Thanks so much to both of you for sharing! Picky toddlers and preschoolers are nothing out of the … [Read more...] about Picky Eaters Guest Post: Picky Teens and Tweens – What’s a Mom to Do?