Healthy Mini Pizzas

For dinner Syna and I made some healthy mini pizzas. for the crust we used those new arnold’s whole wheat sandwich thins; we then spooned on some pizza sauce, layered baby spinach over that, added some shredded mozzarella cheese, and topped it off with fresh broccoli, black olives & mushrooms. It took 20 minutes in […]

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Eat a Rainbow

Eat a Rainbow of Foods Every Day for Health Eating a variety of foods is one of the best ways to ensure that you are getting the fullest range of nutrients in your diet. A fun way to help you and your family choose the right foods is to Eat a Rainbow – choose fresh […]

Cute Kids Food with Bento

Image credit: gamene on flickr Make Kids Food Cute! I have found that with my 3 year old daughter just renaming some foods with silly substitutes or cutting the “usuals” into cute shapes will get her interested and eating some different foods. “These cute foods are usually served in bento boxes from Japan, but parents […]

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Lily Pads & Yam Yums

tonite’s dinner yam yums recipe (definitely suggest this as a dipping sauce – at least for the adults 🙂 the lily pads are essentially small spinach pancakes. got the ideas from Sesame Street Silly Snacks Cookbook I have found that with my 3 year old daughter just renaming some foods with silly substitutes or cutting […]

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