Every summer, I count down the days until cherries are in stores. As one of the few truly seasonal fresh fruits or veggies, we only get to enjoy them for a limited time, from June to August, each year. My family goes through a bag of them on a weekly basis, and we love eating them plain or blended into smoothies, baked into pies or grilled and served with yogurt
Summer break means kids are reaching for snacks around the clock. While I always have snacks prepped for kids to grab and eat, I also love having them make their own snacks from time to time. These delicious recipes are easy enough that even young kids can make themselves and good enough that teens will want to eat them! Keep your kids busy this summer with some simple snack recipes.
In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Cory Warren of LeanGreenDad.com why a plant-based living works for his family and easy ways you can ease into this lifestyle. Cory hosts a regular Facebook Live cooking show on the Produce for Kids Facebook page featuring Vegan meals in 15 minutes or less.
I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this time of year brings with it a rainbow of fresh fruits and veggies! It’s the perfect time to add more color to your family cookouts, summer picnics and afternoon snacks. And don’t forget to get patriotic with your produce! With Memorial Day just around the corner and the Fourth of July coming soon after, keep this list of healthy red, white and blue recipes handy for your celebrations.
Is it just me, or are summer mornings somehow even crazier than school day mornings? Even though it’s summer, parents often still have to pack lunches for summer camps, picnic outings or beach days. Picky palates, ingredient rules, and sweltering days make packing camp lunches harder than ever.