If you love the convenience of a bowl of cereal, but wish that your day could start off more nutritiously, this dish might offer the compromise you’re looking for.
This simple slaw is a great dish to make with kids home for winter vacation–plenty for little hands to measure and chop! The wintery flavors are a perfect light side to serve with a pork roast.
The key to these moist and delicious muffins is finding good apple butter. Be sure to choose one that has no added sugars: nothing but apples. These muffins are sweetened by the combination of apple butter and date paste for a depth of flavor you’ll adore.
Frosting is an easy menu item to remove to cut back on the sugar impact from dessert, but let’s face it: sometimes you just want frosting. On a cupcake or on a spoon, it’s a pleasure. This nutritious variation on chocolate frosting can be tweaked with spices like cinnamon or nutmeg to fit whatever you’re […]
Pumpkin and chocolate are a wonderful combination, especially when paired with that classic fall spice combination. Lightly sweetened with dates, these cookies are delicious and keep the sugar in your treats low.
Pizza and waffles are always fun…and so is combining them! Make the pizzas your own by adding your favorite veggies and lean meats as toppings for a more filling meal.
Pancakes are a perfect candidate for practice your healthier cooking skills. Using all whole wheat imparts a lovely, nutty flavor, and a simple ripe banana contributes all the sugar you need while replacing the egg nicely. A few spices for pizzazz and a handful of nuts for protein, fiber and omega-3s give you a simple […]
Developed to work with the resources available to a public school lunch program and specially designed to appeal to kids, this fruit salsa is a healthy and tasty snack ideal for serving to any group of kids. Serve it up at your next classroom party or send it with your kids as a mid-day snack: […]