Sure, you can stir spinach into spaghetti sauce, but even the pickiest kids can sniff that trick out in 5 seconds, flat.
Play it safe (and yummy) with these go-to nut free nibbles that kiddos love.
These bread hacks come together quickly and are perfect for those moments after practice where my kids are ravenous and looking for a warm, quick bite to eat.
I make wings for parties pretty often, and the secret is using the slow cooker. No deep frying required!
No matter how I make these, they barely ever make it the dinner table as little hands grab a few right out of the oven.
My son reaches for these just as eagerly as he does for their greasy potato counterpart.
These ideas are super easy for me to throw together (and even better, my son actually eats them).
I've sorted through the nutrition facts on popular yogurts to recommend the healthiest ones to buy.
My kids find anything that's individually portioned instantly more palatable.
My son's typical 2:1 ratio of ranch dressing to whatever he's covering it with forced me to find some healthier alternatives.
These are way better than the frozen kind, and only take two ingredients to make.
This appetizer travels nicely---I make it when we're headed to a party that's far away from our house.
If my kids can see it, they won't eat it.
This refreshing ice cream alternative is super healthy, and super simple.