Granola bars are a snacker-on-the-go’s dream come true. A deliciously healthy snack (depending on what’s in it, of course! M&Ms are, unfortunately, not considered healthy), granola bars are a must have in every pantry! They are a great replacement for sugary snacks that kids tend to gravitate to and make for a great way to sneak some fruit into your child’s snack.
As Thanksgiving approaches, so too does the planning on who will be bringing along what classic dish to dinner. If you happen to get appetizer duty this year, why not consider making butternut squash soup–a dish that’s not only mouthwateringly delicious, but also nutritious!
Can you believe it’s November already? The weather’s getting colder, and there’s nothing better to kick the chill from your body than a nice steaming cup of your favorite soup!
Ah, chicken… I like to think of it as one of the world’s most versatile dishes. I mean, what can’t you do with it? If it seems like you’re running out of ideas for chicken dishes to keep the family happy, here’s one of my all-time favorites. It’s easy, delicious, and you can easily make enough for dinner and leftovers for the rest of the week!
Smell the crispness that’s settling in the air? October has (finally!) begun, and that means it’s time for one of my personal favorite autumn classics: pumpkin pie!
This treat can be found everywhere this time of year, but when someone in your family needs to maintain a gluten-free diet, you can use this easy and delicious recipe to keep the fall food tradition going strong!
Let’s face it: no matter how many times we’re told french fries are bad for us, the fact remains that they are deliciously addicting. Kids are especially fond of the salty side-dish, but when you get right to it these treats are certainly not the healthiest choice.
Luckily, there’s a delicious replacement that not only packs a punch of flavor, but is also filled with nutrients. Sweet potatoes (not to be confused with yams, which are not nearly as nutritional) have a low glycemic index and are a wonderful source of vitamins A, B6 and C. But that’s not all! Potassium (great for those of you who aren’t crazy about bananas), fiber, manganese, copper and iron are all found in just one sweet potato.
Sweet potato fries are a personal favorite of mine–I make them at home as often as I can! Here is a great oven-baked recipe that the entire family will love…!
When your child is living with type 1 diabetes, preparing foods can be a difficult process when trying to make the whole family’s bellies and palates happy. Luckily, there are plenty of diabetic-friendly recipes out there that are both easy and tasty!
Here is one of my favorites for breakfast: Applesauce Pancakes with sugar-free Maple Syrup! Not only is breakfast the most important meal of the day, but pancakes are something your child can easily (and gladly!) be your sous-chef for!