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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.
Broccoli slaw makes a quick filler for these healthy chicken sandwiches. Peanut sauce adds extra flavor.
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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.
Producing enough breastmilk can be a challenge (right?), and many nursing moms swear by nutrient-packed lactation smoothies to generate more of that liquid gold. So pull out the blender and whip up a luscious, creamy smoothie perfect for breakfast, lunch, or a filling snack.
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Turn store-bought chicken broth into a flavorful base for these four delicious soups.
If you're like most moms, your child's health is priority number one. Do you treat your body with that much TLC, though? Taking care of yourself doesn't have to be a chore -- it's as simple as following the same smart health advice you use on your kids. Although these 15 tips may sound like they come from a pediatrician, they're must-dos for every mom.
Chicken strips get a crispy bread crumb coating in this dinner recipe. The corn and bean rice acts as a side dish to make this a complete meal.
Kids will like the mini cheese ravioli used in this main dish soup. It's made with ground turkey, which keeps it low in fat and calories.
Want a guilt-free chocolate dessert? Try this recipe for Chocolate Avocado Pudding, made with creamy avocado and all its healthy fats and vitamins.
From sitting down at the table to stopping before his waistband bursts, your child can teach you a lot about how to dig in.
To make breast milk, your body burns an amazing 500 calories a day. No wonder you're one hungry mama! Add one of these yummy, nutrient-rich, 300-calorie snacks to your meal plan. Because these plates are super-filling, you'll be less likely to crave candy or empty-calorie carbs throughout the day and more likely to shed the baby weight for good.
These healthy desserts taste just as sinfully cocoa-filled as a devil's food cookie but with much less guilt.
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