This colorful recipe is chock-full of nutrients and the perfect healthy side dish!
When acorn squash are cut in half, you have a natural, tasty and disposable bowl (fewer dishes to wash!) perfect for stuffing.
This vegan version of pulled pork barbecue is chewy, delicious, and healthy. You don’t have to be vegan to bite into and enjoy this tasty and hearty sandwich.
Brighten up breakfast with a variation of the ubiquitous hash brown. Substitute shredded carrots for potatoes and begin your day with a nutritious serving of delicious, healthy veggies.
Tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, and balsamic vinegar can be combined in so many ways for a cool, refreshing snack before dinner or to complement a light summer lunch.
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.
Homemade Tzatziki sauce is one of my favorite quick summer condiments. It’s easy to mix up, is relatively healthy, and is packed with flavor and crunchy cucumbers.
If you’re searching for a way to get your kids to eat even a little bit of spinach, this is a great start. In this recipe, spinach works as a sneaky add-in because there is no hint of green in the smoothie once blended.
You aren’t going to believe how easy this dip is! Just two ingredients. Yep, a 2 Ingredient Veggie Dip! The kids are going to love eating their veggies with this dip, but it will also make a great potluck addition with a big veggie tray.