While Christmas morning's main event is usually under the tree, a holiday family breakfast around the table can add to the magic of the morning, too. Whether your Christmas clan prefers savory egg dishes or sweet breads, these recipes will make a merry meal.
We've all heard how important breakfast is for kids, but that certainly doesn't make it any easier to get them to eat healthfully on those hectic mornings. Just when you think you've got it all figured out, something else comes up. Moms who are also registered dietitians share their secrets to handling morning struggles.
Whether you wake up nauseous or ravenous, eating a healthy breakfast is super-important when you're pregnant. These easy, mostly assembly-only breakfast options are full of essential nutrients that will keep you healthy and promote your baby's growth -- and get your day started right.
It's sweet that kids want to treat you to a Mother's Day breakfast or brunch. But, all too often the "meal" turns out to be a bowl of soggy cereal or something so ambitious that you just end up cooking it yourself. Not this year! Slip these recipes to the kids or your partner and relax waiting for breakfast in bed. This Mother's Day you're in for a real treat.
We all know how important breakfast is, but that doesn?t mean we should settle for sugary cereals just because they?re better than nothing. Filling up on carbohydrates and sugar in the morning will lead to an energy crash later. Here are some smart ways to kick-start your family's day with simple, nutrient-packed breakfasts everyone will love.
FamilyFun and four of our favorite mom and dad food bloggers share our best back-to-school recipes. Here, we offer simple, fresh, and fantastically delicious ideas for feeding your kids breakfasts and lunches they'll look forward to eating.
Test your knowledge on getting your family off to the right start PLUS you'll get fun ways to develop a schedule your family will love and easy is to stick to get you out the door each morning, or any time of the day!
We all know that calcium is a must-have in our children's diets. But according to KidsHealth.org, more than 85% of girls and 60% of boys ages 9 to 18 fail to get enough calcium. It's not much different for younger kids, either. So what's a mom like you to do? Take our quiz and boost your knowledge on why your kids need calcium and how you can know if your child is getting enough. Plus, get some creative ideas on how you and your husband can boost your daily calcium intake with simple, tasty meals.