Kids can be stubborn. Especially when it comes to the foods they will and won’t eat. Some only eat items that are a certain color, or stick to the same sandwich for a year or more! Read more to find out if your kid is on a food jag!
Cutting a fresh squash can be daunting if you don’t have a lot of upper body strength. If you bake it as you would a whole potato, it’s easy to slice open after it’s cooked. This fat-free creamy soup is a great first course to start any dinner!
Potato pancakes made from cauliflower and sweet potatoes offer much more of vitamins A and K than those made from traditional russets. Parent and child cook side by side in separate skillets so you won’t have to cook these veggie flapjacks in many batches.