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Delicious, yet healthy. Who knew?
Sometimes kids just need a little inspiration to try new things. With this collection of ways to make food more fun, you'll encourage your kids to play with their food.
Looking for something to feed your little monsters that won't rot their teeth? Creep the kids out with these fun and freaky Halloween snack recipes that are also horrifyingly healthy.
Get creative in the classroom with these imaginative craft and activity ideas that are perfect for students of all ages.
A tasty snack recipe inspired by the Disney movie Cinderella.
Dude! Inspired by Finding Nemo's surfer sea turtle, this egg dish is nutritious, delicious and perfectly sized for squirt-sized appetites.
Decorated apples and oranges become delicious and healthy treats for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving, or Kwanzaa parties.
Kids can help make these healthy tuna salad-stuffed tomatoes that resemble one of their favorite Disney characters.
Create a healthy snack from nut butter and apple slices.
In this ingenious trail mix recipe, melted chocolate is poured over the nuts, seeds, and fruit, so the kids eat all the goodness instead of just picking out the goodies.
This nutty granola, presented in a glass jar with a handwritten label, is a great holiday gift that kids can make.
Try this healthy appetizer for a class party or a holiday gathering.
Replace ho-hum snacks with fun to eat (and make) treats.