Holiday Recipes

Kids and Treats: 8 Tips for a Healthy Holiday Season

Kids and Treats: 8 Tips for a Healthy Holiday Season

Every year, October rolls around bringing with it candy corn and peanut butter cups. This then transitions into a season of pumpkin and pecan pies followed by holiday cookies. It is possible to let children enjoy the treats of the season while still maintaining their health, wellness and balance. These practical tips for a healthy holiday season can help you navigate this season of kids and treats.

Mother's Day DIY gift idea: Chocolate Date Truffles

Mother's Day DIY gift idea: Chocolate Date Truffles

This Chocolate Date Truffles recipe has all elements required for the perfect Mother's Day DIY gift idea:

  1. Homemade by the kiddos (with grown-up help)
  2. Chocolate
  3. Healthy and delicious
  4. Flowers (okay that's not part of the recipe but definitely wins you extra brownie points. Or should I say truffle points?)

Cinco de Mayo Veggie Soft Tacos

Cinco de Mayo Veggie Soft Tacos

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Celebrate this holiday by trying a new, diverse foods such as Cinco de Mayo Veggie Soft Tacos. Cinco de Mayo Veggie Soft Tacos are a healthier alternative to an old favorite. In this recipe we used cauliflower as the main ingredient, but you can always dress your Cinco de Mayo Veggie Taco up with our Cinco de Mayo Carrot Slaw!

Healthy Easter Treat for Kids: Yogurt-Dipped Strawberry "Easter Eggs"

Healthy Easter Treat for Kids: Yogurt-Dipped Strawberry "Easter Eggs"

This week we'll be featuring 3 healthy Easter treats for kids in advance of Sunday's egg-stravaganza. These yogurt-dipped strawberry "easter eggs" are delicious, healthy, and Instagram-worthy. Now let's hop to it!

Healthy Easter Treat for Kids: Easter Chick Deviled Eggs

Healthy Easter Treat for Kids: Easter Chick Deviled Eggs

These baby chick deviled eggs are an egg-cellent addition to Easter or any spring brunch! Hatch a plan and prep these in advance. (We advise keeping the egg whites and yolk filling stored separately in the fridge until the day of serving.)

Kids will love the the grown-up responsibility of helping with holiday preparations and parents can be sure they're making lasting memories for their kiddos. To keep frustration at a minimum, we recommend prepping the eggs and carrot pieces before inviting your little to join you. This healthy Easter treat for kids is sure to delight all your chickadees!