Category: Kids Food

Peanut Butter Protein Shake (No Protein Powder)

Inside: Get a recipe for a filling, naturally sweet peanut butter protein shake that’s full of healthy ingredients and nutrients like calcium. One shake has almost as much protein as three eggs. Wish you and your kids had a filling, protein-rich drink for the morning–that didn’t require protein powder? I did too. So…

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Easy & Healthy College Meal Prep Ideas (Free 4-Week Plan!)

Inside: Get college meal prep ideas that make it easier for busy students to stay well nourished. Includes a free 4-week food prep plan with instructions and grocery lists. There is more to college meal prep than stockpiling rows of ramen. Hey, no disrespect–it’s the ultimate 25-cent meal! But students cannot live on…

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My Favorite Baby Feeding Tools

Here is my master guide of ALL the gear you need to feed your kid. From babyhood through toddlerhood, and beyond! I’m sharing all my favorites- from high chairs to plates to utensils and more! I lay it out by age group so that you can easily scroll to whatever stage you’re in….

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How to Prevent Picky Eating for Your Child

Parenthood can really put you through it! If it’s not the sleep struggles, it’s the tantrums. And if it’s not the tantrums, it’s the sibling rivalry. And if it’s not any of those, it’s the PICKY EATING.  I have talked to so many of you who are simply at your wits end when…

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How to Make Crispy Tofu (Quick + Simple)

Inside: Get an easy crispy tofu recipe that wins over even tofu skeptics! It’s ready in under 30 minutes. Tofu can be a tough sell for some kids and grown-ups. ​It looks a little funny and feels a little squishy. ​But tofu is also an excellent, plant-based source of protein. It soaks up…

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Talking About Food & Diet Culture

As a parent, you’re responsible for so many things. It starts logistical: keep them safe, dry, fed, and loved. But then, it becomes next-level: shape the way they view the world and the people they’ll become. (No pressure, right?) Whether it came from within our homes or outside, a lot of us were…

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