Snickerdoodle Cupcake, Paleo Recipe
December 23, 2015
A new twist on a timeless classic, these Snickerdoodle Cupcakes are as delicious as they are easy. They provide a great opportunity to get kids involved in the baking this holiday season. So whether you’re looking for a great gift idea for neighbors, teachers, and friends or simply a tasty treat the whole family will love, give these Snickerdoodle Cupcakes a try!
Yukon Gold Curly Kale Salad Recipe
December 17, 2015
For a truly unique and tasty potato salad, try combining curly kale and roasted Yukon Gold potatoes. Popular for a reason, one cup of bright green Kale provides a daily dose of vitamins A, K, and C. It also offers cancer and heart disease fighting nutrients.
Spinach Kale Pie Recipe
December 9, 2015
Pie for dinner? I don’t know if that is OK. Of course it is! This “pie” is full of goodness and healthful nutrients. On top of that, your child might actually eat it. Two green leafy superstars, kale and spinach combine with three cheeses to make a delectable dish your child will ask for again and again.
Star Wars Blue Milk Recipe
November 30, 2015
You may remember the scene where Luke Skywalker pours himself a refreshing glass of cold, sweet blue milk. For Star Wars fans, the excitement intensifies as the opening of the new Star Wars Epic, “The Force Awakens” approaches. What better way to ease the agony of waiting, but to indulge in a delicious rendition of blue milk, the ubiquitous blue-colored liquid produced by female banthas, wooly mammoth like Star Wars creature.
Spaghetti Squash Tossed Salad Recipe
November 24, 2015
This delicious salad features squash and garbanzo beans tossed and coated in a bright lemony vinaigrette. Roasted pecans, green onion, parsley, and feta cheese garnish and complement. Because this squash dish is meant to be served at room temperature, it can be prepared a few hours early, covered with plastic wrap, and allowed to sit out until it’s time to eat.
Cheery Chex Party Mix Recipe
November 5, 2015
As summer winds down, the kids go back to school and the fall sports season kicks off. This recipe is a great way to get the ball rolling. Celebrate the approaching season with a warm savory bowl of a variation of the traditional Chex party mix with the a little extra cheeriness in the form of Cheerios..