Recipes kids love – tried and true!

Chia Seed Pudding

Chia seed pudding is great for breakfast, and kids love this recipe. Chia seeds are tiny superfood heroes. They come in either white or dark brown/black and have a huge nutritional profile. The contain Calcium, Manganese, and Phosphorus,

Chia Seed Pudding2018-09-01T15:50:38+00:00

Vanilla “Milk” Shake

Too much dairy can be bad for digestion, especially for kids, which is why more people are choosing to limit their intake or eliminate it completely from their diets. Here’s a creamy and delicious mock milkshake recipe that will please your taste buds and your tummy! - Veronica

Vanilla “Milk” Shake2018-09-01T15:13:36+00:00

Little Leprechaun Soup

Living with diabetes isn’t a life sentence. In fact, it is possible to reverse diabetes. Sure, it’s going to take a lifestyle adjustment, including getting regular exercise and diet modification. But with these 2 easy hacks, you’ll be on your way to managing your diabetes.

Little Leprechaun Soup2018-09-01T16:11:06+00:00

Kids Love Green Goddess Hummus

I love hummus. I eat hummus probably once a week. I like to make different flavors all the time. I love avocado hummus, bruschetta hummus, hummus with curry, and lots more. This St. Patrick’s day, I wanted to try a new hummus that is also green but not from avocado.

Kids Love Green Goddess Hummus2018-09-01T15:01:30+00:00

Chef V Watermelon Slush

Watermelons are a good source of thiamin, potassium, and magnesium, which protect our boidy from many diseases. Also rich in vitamins A and C.  Who doesn’t love a little watermelon on a hot summer day?

Chef V Watermelon Slush2018-09-01T16:13:14+00:00