Make great meals for your whole family. Consult our mom-approved recipes for nutritious home-cooked dishes, including baby foods, breakfasts, and kid-friendly snacks. Don't think you have time to prepare dinner? Try our 30 minutes or less recipes for easy meals that will help you make the most of your time at home. Having a party? Check out our collection of creative birthday cakes, tasty baked treats, and fun party foods. Consult our experts for advice on your most difficult cooking questions. We'll also give you tips on healthy packed lunches you can feel good about, recipes you can make with your slow-cooker, and advice on what to eat when you're pregnant.
These gorgeous birthday cakes are a snap to make using your favorite cake mix and simple white icing.
While your favorite creamy, cheesy, and gooey slow-cooker dishes may be convenient they're not always the healthiest. But, no longer. These still-delicious recipes give classic slow-cooker dishes a wholesome makeover.
By adding more superfoods to your child's diet, you can maximize the vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy fats at each meal or snack. To inspire you, we've highlighted 10 foods that pack a nutritional punch.
Skip highly processed finger foods for these natural, nutritious bites babies and toddlers will love to get their hands on.
Whether you're suffering from morning sickness or starving all the time, smoothies can be life-savers for expecting mamas. Full of fiber, healthy fruits and veggies, and other essential nutrients, these sweet sips from the cookbook Smoothie-licious are perfect for breakfast, a light lunch, or a nutritious snack. Each recipe makes two smoothies. Drink one now and save the other for tomorrow. Your body--and baby--will thank you.
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Fruits and veggies are the healthiest foods to give your child in between meals. Find out how to make them fun.
Supper is solved! With only one grocery trip and a bit of prep, your weeknights will now go a lot more smoothly.
I used to think organic food was best for my kids, but here's why I changed my mind.
Picky kid? Nut-free school? Slow eater? Celebrity chefs forked over 35 simple ideas that take the stress out of packing.
If you're a newbie in the kitchen, mastering the art of stir-frying is a great place to start on your cooking skills. These dishes are quick, healthy, and easily adapted to meet all your family's needs-- not to mention that the beautiful colors make any dinner plate pop. Here are some tasty wok recipes that will rock your kitchen table (chopsticks optional).
Cool shapes, fun toppings, and colorful dressings will win over your picky eater.
Don't believe the hype! These "healthy" label claims on packaged foods marketed towards kids aren't always as good as they sound.
Try this kid-friendly twist on a classic Greek salad. It's like summer in a bowl!
See how to make these adorable mini blueberry pie pops. Filled with vanilla Greek yogurt and blueberry preserves, they're a healthy, kid-friendly treat.
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A favorite dinner in a soup! We added a few vegetables as well but the kids will still love this one dish meal.
To reheat leftover quesadillas warm them in a dry frying pan.