Posts Tagged ‘ healthy snacks ’

Roasted Cauliflower is Delicious!

Posted on May 2nd, 2017 by Marla Schultz

A few years ago my chiropractor told me, “I can continue to adjust you, but until you take certain things out of your diet, it won’t make much of a difference.” The culprit? Gluten. Dairy and sugar could also cause issues too, he told me. I stopped eating gluten and within a couple of weeks I [&hellip

Beat the After-School Hunger

Posted on October 1st, 2013 by Lisa Holcomb

After school snack ideas

Your kids hit the front door after school and what is the first thing out of their mouths? “I’m starving!” And it’s said with enough enthusiasm that you would think they hadn’t eaten all day. They want food and they want it fast. As tempting as it might be to shove a cookie in their [&hellip

Veggie Cheese People

Posted on August 20th, 2013 by Patti Brown

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How many of you parents have told your kids “Don’t play with your food!” during a meal? Wouldn’t it be a fun surprise for your children to hear “Time to play with your food!”? That would make you the coolest parent on the block! That’s exactly what you can do with Veggie Cheese People. The [&hellip

Clean Eating Snacks

Posted on June 11th, 2013 by Shani

List of clean eating snacks

The kids are out of school, the temps are heating up, so what kind of clean eating snacks can you keep on hand?  How about a great list of healthy snacks to print out to take with you to the store and perhaps post on the fridge for those tummies in need of ideas for [&hellip

Fruit Pops – a healthy snack for kids!

Posted on May 21st, 2013 by Patti Brown

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The sun is shining, school is winding down and we’re feeling summer break on the horizon. Summer time means melon time here in Texas and I can’t wait to try these Fruit Pops – a healthy snack for kids! I can’t remember where I stumbled on the idea of serving fruit like lollipops, but it [&hellip

Ten Healthy Snacks for Kids

Posted on March 14th, 2013 by Shani

Are you needing some new healthy ideas to nourish the endlessly hungry tummies at your house?  The Mayo Clinic provides this guidance: No. 1: Keep junk food out of the house.  Your child won’t clamor for cookies, candy bars or chips if you don’t keep them on hand. Set a good example by choosing healthy [&hellip

The Sneaky Smoothie

Posted on July 5th, 2012 by Lisa Holcomb

Do you need to find a way to get your kids to “eat” their vegetables?  Maybe when you serve your child spinach he or she looks up at you with adorning eyes and says, “Oh, thank you Mom.  May I have seconds?”  Not your kid?  Not mine either. So, I’d like to introduce you to [&hellip