Yogurt is great, but drinkable yogurt is even better mom! Said my oldest son Alex. What is not to love in the creamy fruity drink sold in bright colored packaging? If you’ve been wanting to make your own homemade yogurt drinks with fewer ingredients and real fruit, you are in luck!
I cannot believe I haven’t shared this hummus veggie club sandwich yet since it’s one of my favorite meat-free office lunches.
Today I’m going to share my “super secret” way I indulge when snacking. These 7 Layer Mexican Dip Cups are my favorite way of enjoying “just enough” so that I don’t inhale an entire dip platter and half a bag of chips.
I love kitchen tips that save me time in the kitchen and help me eat healthier. Just recently, I’ve learned how to store spiralized veggies for the week. I’m using spiralized zucchini for today’s example but the method is the same for nearly all spiralized veggies.
How many times have you heard “can I have a snaaaaaaaaaack????” As a mom to 3 young kids, I hear this a lot. The fact is, my little people love to snack and having real food ideas on hand is a necessity.
Surely, I’m not the only one who suffers from the daily (hourly) snack request and a desire to feed my kids nutritious foods. Luckily, I’ve been working on a solution for all of us for over a year. Today, I want to introduce to you my newest cookbook The Best Homemade Kids’ Snacks on the Planet.