Put peanut butter, oats and honey together and what do you get? A nutritious dessert that doubles as a jolly snowman! Kids will be delighted as they shape the dough with their hands.
Ready to see a bunch of sour faces? We continue our week of “7 Summer Desserts” with Lemon Cups! What a fun way to eat lemon ice—in its own fresh lemon cup! Also in this week’s series of summertime desserts: Strawberry Shortcakes, Summer Berry Trifle, Shake It Up Ice Cream and Peach Praline Sundae (the absolute perfect topping for the Shake […]cooking with kids, dessert, lemon, recipes, Summer, summer desserts
Out of the three menus I was assigned to write for ZisBoomBah’s Easter posts, I was most excited about the vegetarian menu. The gauntlet was dropped and the challenge lay before me: come up with a tasty meatless alternative meal for a holiday that traditionally rejoices in the consumption of meat after a long Lenten […]cooking with kids, dessert, Easter, Easter dinner, menu, vegetarian
We have some wonderful traditional Easter dishes in the United States, but considering our country is a just about 236 years old and Easter has been celebrated for a bit over 2,000 years—well, let’s just say that there are some recipes out there with a lot more mileage. And wouldn’t it be fun to introduce […]cooking with kids, dessert, Easter, Easter dinner, menu
With the days getting longer as we pass the spring equinox, kids and adults yearn to run around outside ever later in the evening. Grass starts to green after the long winter dormancy, and soon colored Easter eggs will be hidden in the lush blades for eager children in Easter finery to find with squeals […]cooking with kids, dessert, Easter, Easter dinner, holiday ham, menu
This is the seventh article in our 10-part series that drills down on each individual point in 10 Ways to Make Your Kid Fat. Stay tuned for the rest. As parents, we think about how to get a child to eat healthy basically every time we feed them. Chances are, it’s why you’re reading this blog […]breakfast, childhood obesity, dessert, get a child to eat healthy, healthy habits
…or Why not to order your filet mignon well-done A reformed cook divulges some secrets of the professional kitchen. Do you ever wonder why food tastes so much better at a restaurant than at home? Why that simply seared Dover sole tastes so creamy and sweet? It’s not just that the supplier provided fresher and […]chefs, children diet, dessert, dining out, family, fat, healthy choices, healthy foods for kids, modeling, restaurants
Though we may be in the middle of winter’s long chill, summer’s treats can bring on warm thoughts and good cheer. No need to overindulge on heavy winter desserts full of fat and sugar: think light. And portable! With a few tweaks to your traditional summer recipes to accommodate available solstice produce and tastes, these […]dessert, fruit, healthy foods for kids, popsicles, treats