Kick-start a healthy school year with tasty (and trendy) eats that will delight preschoolers, high school kids…even graduate students—and everyone in between!
Created by: Katie Clark, Clarks Condensed
Foodie blogger Katie Clark has always been a fan of the traditional breakfast sausage casserole—so she found a way to make it even better.
Created by: Blair Lonergan, The Seasoned Mom
Perfect for those busy weekday mornings, this easy recipe, created by Blair Longeran of The Seasoned Mom, tricks kids into thinking that they are enjoying a sweet and creamy milkshake—don’t tell them they are actually consuming generous servings of fruit, protein, calcium and other nutrients!
Created by: Melissa Riker, The Happier Homemaker
Celebrate the first day of school, good grades or just make Monday morning special with this fun recipe Melissa Riker of The Happier Homemaker created to surprise her 7-year-old son on his birthday.
Created by: Lynne Feifer, 365 Days of Baking & More
The best thing about this clever Parfait Bar, created by mom of 3 Lynne Feifer of the foodie blog 365 Days of Baking & More, is that you're not the one making breakfast—your children are! Just gather granola, dairy-free yogurt, fruit and other fixin's, and watch the magic happen!
Created by: Michaela Kenkel, An Affair From the Heart
If your kids turn up their noses at lunch meat and you’ve made enough peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in your kids’ lifetimes to feed a large village, blogger Michaela Kenkel of An Affair From the Heart would like to invite you to think outside the sandwich bag.
Created by: Milisa Armstrong, Miss In the Kitchen
Ask a child what the most perfect food on earth is, and chances are, the answer will be (boxed) macaroni and cheese. Without any meat or vegetables, though, parents might see this kid-friendly staple as slightly less than nutritional perfection.
Created By: Carrie Robinson, Frugal Foodie Mama
Pudding sounds like a dessert—and it is, especially when chocolate and graham crackers are involved. But chia pudding is packed with omega-rich nutrients with real staying power—enough so that blogger Carrie Robinson of the Frugal Foodie Mama offers this treat to her son before cross-country meets.
Created by: Molly McBride, RD, LD, Kroger Corporate Dietitian
It's been a long, glorious summer of buttery corn on the cob, ice cream and funnel cake—but now that the school year is approaching, it's time to get smart about wellness. Here are 4 health traps to avoid—and easy ways to make this return to routine an opportunity for healthier habits for the whole family.
When you're the parent of a student athlete, back-to-school time also means back-to-endless-loads-of-laundry time, back-to-rushed-dinnertime—not to mention back-to-where-is-the-ace-bandage time. But no need to sweat it—here are 5 easy ways to "win" at keeping your family healthy, happy and safe this season.
Created by: Janel Case, A Mom's Take
Make every day a surprise with these clever and creative school lunch ideas—all containing organic ingredients.
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