Sweet potatoes are nutrition dense and delicious. This recipe is a healthier side-dish swap for traditional mashed potatoes.
Bananas and oats are the basic ingredients for this kid-favorite cookie, making it a healthy way to get potassium and fiber into your diet. Kids will love mashing, stirring, adding ingredients, and rolling the cookies into balls. This is definitely a hands-on kitchen experience!
Apples, berries, and grapes make this dessert a colorful and delicious treat! Yogurt adds some protein and granola makes for a crunchy layer. Substitute seasonal fruit for new taste sensations.
Bananas and nut butter are a winning combination of sweet and salty that kids can’t get enough of. This healthy dessert is made even more fun with dried fruit, coconut and spices! This is definitely a recipe that gets kids feeling creative in the kitchen.
These baked apples have a hint of holiday flavors and are also good for you! Try using Granny Smith apples for a tart taste to contrast with the honey.
This beautiful bowl combines all the vitamin C and antioxidants of some of your favorite fruits with the crunch of granola and walnuts. Add protein-rich plain or non-dairy yogurt and you have a breakfast that’s easy to assemble and fun to eat!