As we prepare our kids to go back to school, we are also thinking about what to send along with them in their new lunch boxes. Our kiddos love running to the cafeteria to see what surprises we have placed in their lunches, so it’s a good idea to create some fun, exciting meals for them.
Here are some fun ideas for lunch.
School is upon us and so is getting back to a regular routine. And that means making sure our kids eat something healthy before they go to school in the morning. But getting our kids to eat something good for them takes a little bit of strategy. So why not consider creating a healthy Breakfast Popsicle for their enjoyment.
Here are a few fun recipes to try out.
The summer can put a damper on keeping a regular schedule! From running to camps to the pool to kids just playing outside for hours, it’s almost impossible to make sure our kids are eating at all during the summer months. So here’s a fun Kids Summer Snack Mix I put together to make sure your kids are eating something of value this summer. The best thing is to evenly distribute all of the ingredients so you have enough of each.
We all know how busy life can get during the week. Between school, weekly practices and game night, we have very little time for cooking a family meal. One kitchen tool that makes life and eating family meals so much easier is the crockpot or slow cooker. All you do is add the ingredients to the crockpot, set the timer and when it’s time to eat — serve! It’s that easy.
And these 10 Crock Pot Dinner Ideas for Game Night will get you started:
It’s a new season, so you are probably going to be asked to bring snacks for your child’s team. Great! It’s always nice to contribute to the team. But there are some things you need to keep in mind when you are planning your halftime or post-game snacks.
When we talk about Energy drinks we are not talking about Sports drinks. Sports drinks like Gatorade have definite value for kids who play sports and need to replenish their fluids. But Energy drinks hold no benefit for children. In fact, reports say these drinks may not be safe for children’s health including their hearts.