My kids love fruit bars, but with only six in a box, we go through them way too quickly, and it’s getting expensive. I can’t wait to try this recipe from Liza Huber, of Sage Spoonfuls. Don’t they look yummy?
When preparing dinner for my kids, there’s nothing I love more than a well-rounded meal in one bowl. Picky eaters may find the veggies easier to eat if they are mixed in with other flavors, and my kids will end up eating more than if they are faced with a pile of broccoli on its own. Liza Huber, of Sage
Muffin tins are usually reserved for sweet treats, but if you’re not a fan of overly sweet, sugary muffins, you can still enjoy them—just make savory ones! These savory cheese muffins are fluffy on the inside and crumbly on the outside, filled with creamy mozzarella, salty Parmesan cheese, fresh scallions and earthy dried herbs. […]
Our kids love any kind of fruit bar or cereal bar and eat them just about every day. Even though I would buy organic brands of fruit bars, it’s still processed food, and buying box after box was getting expensive. I wanted a homemade option. This recipe is full of healthy whole grains and fresh fruit. […]
It’s such a shame that you hardly ever see a traditional punch bowl at parties any more—the cut glass and tiny matching glassware that forces pinkies into the air paired with ginormous quantities of punch is downright charming. […]
Chances are you’re going to be spending a lot of extra time in the kitchen this holiday season cooking up tons of treats for festive meals. I love setting aside special time to bake and cook with the kids. It’s a great opportunity to teach them a few cooking techniques, and it’s quality (electronic free!) bonding time. This year, we