#2. Add spices to change the flavor of fruits and veggies she’s had often.
Get the recipes for these dippable, healthy after school treats that my kids devour.
I’ve always loved all foods, so I assumed my kids would too. Of course, I could not have been more wrong.
My kids are tiny homing beacons for junk! Luckily, I’ve found a stealthy way to get them to eat everything on their dinner plates.
Incorporate these into your diet for a healthier you in 2014.
With the start of school come hectic mornings, overflowing schedules, packed lunches and quick dinners. It’s hard to maintain a healthy diet through the busy fall and winter months, and dinner bears the brunt—unless you find clever ways to incorporate veggies into breakfast.
If you love sweet potatoes and want to take advantage of super-food, uber-nurtritious kale, try this soup! This recipe is creamy, delicious, packed with vitamins, and boasts a pinch of cayenne pepper to give the soup a kick. If you’re looking for a vegetarian way to spice up lunch, try this Kale Sweet Potato Soup recipe!