Establishing healthy eating habits can be the ultimate meal-time battle. Trust me; I have five children. I can identify with your struggle. Children with healthier diets tend to concentrate better in school and have fewer health complications as they grow up. Cook up meals the whole family can enjoy while helping your kids establish healthy eating habits. From fluffy pancakes to healthy (and delicious) cookies, these kid-friendly recipes are sure to be a hit! If you have a budding chef on your hands, many of these recipes are simple enough where your kiddos can join in on the fun in the kitchen.
These tasty Banana Oatmeal Pancakes are sweet, incredibly fluffy, and the perfect recipe for breakfast or brunch! Made with bananas, oat flour, and spices, this recipe is exactly what you need for the perfect banana oat pancakes.
This healthy and creamy Chicken Florentine is a dream! Incredibly savory and made with Italian seasoning and freshly grated parmesan cheese, this low-carb chicken skillet recipe is a delicious option for whenever you're craving Italian food.
This classic macaroni salad is a healthy, easy-to-make, and comforting vegetarian side dish recipe that everyone will love. Perfect for any occasion and great to add to your kid's lunches. Ready in under 30 minutes.
These Red Velvet Pancakes are soft and fluffy with the perfect hint of chocolate flavor. They’re quick and easy to make for a special weekend breakfast or festive holiday treat. Plus they are dairy-free and served with honey or maple syrup for a healthier twist!
This Baked BBQ Chicken Breast recipe is a fast and easy 30 minute dinner that the whole family will love. The chicken is covered in a sweet and tangy BBQ sauce, then baked until perfectly juicy and caramelized. It’s perfect for busy weeknights and can be made healthy with low-sugar BBQ sauce.
This Healthy Mustard Potato Salad recipe has all the flavors of classic potato salad, but with Greek yogurt instead of mayo. These tender potatoes with a creamy, tangy dijon mustard sauce are a delicious side dish that only needs a few simple ingredients. Plus it is vegetarian, gluten-free, and nut-free.