Cookies for breakfast? Why not, when they’re filled with fiber and protein-rich almond flour and free of added sugars like these. This recipe from our food contributor Kathleen Ashmore is a perfect “Back to School” choice—make them on a Sunday for a grab-and-go breakfast all week long.
This Roast Chicken with Thyme and Honey, from Leah Koenig’s The Jewish Cookbook, is one of those go-to meals that works as well for holiday dinners as it does for family meals all Fall long.
These Portobello Mushroom Pizzas are a kid-friendly choice for meatless Monday, and a great way to get kids to eat more veggies any day of the week. Experts say that putting new ingredients into familiar shapes or dishes (for instance, making mushrooms the base for “pizza”) can help even the pickiest eaters try something the first time. Worth a try, right?
This Mexican Street Corn Recipe is a perfect summer dish to serve at any backyard BBQ. You’ll want to save this amazing (and easy!) recipe from our food contributor, Kat Can Cook!
Summer is officially underway, and we’re all about easy, kid-friendly meals that can be whipped up quickly after a day of camp or pool. These baked chicken nuggets take just about 20 minutes to come together, and can be made with food allergies in mind.
If you caught our love letter to fresh peaches, you may have been asking yourself “What do you even do with 25 pounds of peaches?” While there’s a ton of answers to that question, cobbler is our favorite! Click here to grab our very own Nonni’s Peach Cobbler recipe that everyone here fights over.
Two things we’re loving right now—food boards and salads. We’ve been sort of obsessed with the gorgeous boards created by The BakerMama for awhile now. And with warmer weather, it feels nice to be turning off the oven for dinner more often, and loading up on hearty salads. This Cobb Salad Board from Maegan, the talented mom behind The BakerMama, is a great way to introduce kids to veggies they might not normally try.
If you love making s’mores but want to skip the mess of roasting marshmallows, keep things toddler safe and make a lot at once, try these Sheet Pan S’mores from Maria Provanzano of From Scratch with Maria. The best part? You can enjoy them this way well after summer has gone.
Celebrate the 4th of July with these festive red, white and blue popsicles! Not only are they adorable, but they’re made with protein-packed green yogurt and fiber rich blueberries and strawberries. Thank you to Sound Shore Moms for sharing!
Thank you to our food contributor CatwithaK Cooks for sharing this delicious plant-based taco recipe with us. Introducing new vegetables (like cauliflower) to kids can be tricky. Experts recommend serving it in a form they are familiar with (in this case, tacos). Try it for Taco Tuesday, or anytime you need a quick, nutritious meal.
Just in time for summer, we rounded up some of the best spiked frozen drinks, popsicles and other desserts. If you love frosé, bookmark this list for some fresh ideas, perfect for any summer soiree!
This sweet treat from Beach Cities Moms is full of tropical flavors, and since it skips the rum, is a perfect dessert for the whole family!
Are you like us and running out of ideas to keep the virtual school days fun? We’re on our last leg of creative ideas so thank goodness Elizabeth from Beach City Moms shared this fun recipe that’s so easy for little helping hands. Grab the recipe here!
Looking for a way to change up your salad game? Cat with a K shared a beautiful recipe with us and we’re in love! Read more about this spring salad with a creamy tarragon vinaigrette. Seasonal, nutritious, and delicious!
If you’re trying to sneak more veggies into your family meals, this Cauliflower Alfredo Pasta from our contributor, CatwithaK Cooks is a great start.
These days, we’re all about making holidays a little *extra*. These “Pretty in Pink” Deviled Eggs from celebrity nutritionist and Today Show contributor Joy Bauer, RD, will certainly make your Easter table sparkle a little brighter.
Fall may have Pumpkin Spice, but this Spring, we’re all about this Carrot Spice Snacking Cake. Thank you to our contributor, CatwithaK Cooks, for sharing this gluten, butter and oil-free healthy treat!
Super Bowl eats are known for being heavy—cheesy dips, fried wings, and rib-sticking chili. And we’re all about comfort food, but we also love to serve a little something green to go along with it. That way, there’s something for everyone, from kids to adults,...
Cake recipes that start with a box mix are some of our favorites. This one simple shortcut helps you take more time for decorating your creation (in this case, with pre-made gingerbread man cookies!). Your family will love this cake — and you’ll love that it didn’t take hours to come together.
Happy Hanukkah to all who celebrate! Whether you’re connecting with family via Zoom, getting together a small group or hosting a holiday meal outside, these recipes will help make this Hanukkah memorable. From latkes to brisket, there is something for everyone.