Make the most out of snack time with these nutritious, kid-friendly treats.
To reheat leftover quesadillas warm them in a dry frying pan.
Make a tasty spread for the tilapia cakes: Combine equal parts plain Greek yogurt, mayo, and ketchup. Grown-ups might appreciate the addition of a little horseradish.
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Kids are sure to go wild for this forest full of sweet flora and fauna. Easily assembled from basic ingredients--including chocolate-covered cookies, caramel chews, and Vanilla Tootsie Rolls--these desserts make a great snacktivity or a special surprise after a hike.
Make snack time special with homemade offerings bursting with wholesome goodness and major kid appeal.
These smart snacks are sure to keep you happy, energized, satisfied--and away from the vending machine.
They beg for candy, cookies, chips--and more candy. What's a health-conscious mom to do? Meet them halfway with these healthy, and tasty, snacks.
For a healthier Easter treat, make these Banana Bunny Pops. Kids will love dipping the banana pieces in melted blue chocolate and adding candy eyes and noses.
Upgrade your go-to rice crispy treats recipe by adding some chunky peanut butter to the mixture, then spreading strawberry jam between two layers.
Take a break from Ranch dressing with this delicious, Asian-inspired dip. It will make the veggies go down easier and help expand your kid's palate.
Make chocolate milk into an extra special snack by adding a little peppermint extract.
Whole wheat couscous makes this fruit and yogurt snack or dessert even more healthy.
Serve these sweet berries on a Valentine's Day dessert tray. The strawberries are dipped in semisweet chocolate then drizzled in white chocolate.
Extra vitamins, just the right amount of calories, and easy to make--these munchies are absolutely perfect for little kids and busy moms.
These super healthy snack ideas are easy to make and even more fun to eat.
When your kid is hungry, look no further than these nutritious, mom-approved snacks.
To make this healthy (and festive!) St. Patrick's Day treat, blend up a banana, honeydew melon chunks, kiwifruits, frozen vanilla yogurt, and parsley leaves. It offers nearly 100 percent of your daily vitamin C.
Entice your kids to eat fresh vegetables with this St. Patrick's Day snack. To make it, fill a small bowl with guacamole and dress it up with a bell pepper rainbow, cauliflower clouds, and carrot gold!