Breakfast kick starts your day and helps give you the energy to get things done and to be able to focus. Take a look at some new breakfast ideas.
The word “snack” makes a lot of people think of unhealthy salty or sweet options. But snacking is actually a very important part of your child’s eating habits. The trick is to be careful about why, when and how your children snack.
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Don’t tell—no one will ever guess what your secret ingredient is in these tasty brownies!View Recipe
Cheesy little pizza crusts are topped with fresh tomatoes, fresh broccoli and mozzarella cheese. They make great party appetizers for both adults and children.View Recipe
A hearty, cinnamon-flavored stuffing fills these tender, juicy apples. Choose apples that bake well, such as Cortland, Granny Smith, McIntosh, Jonathan, Rome Beauty, Empire, Fuji or Gala.View Recipe
Dip slices of fall fresh pears into a creamy peanut butter dip, then roll them in Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal for a sweet and simple snack.View Recipe
Celebrate fresh peach season with these quick-and-easy individual desserts. Or, for a change of pace, serve them for breakfast.View Recipe
Butternut squash adds natural sweetness to these scrumptious, cinnamon muffinsView Recipe
It looks and tastes like rich, delicious chocolate pudding, but it starts with a ripe avocado and a banana. If you like, add a dash of ground cinnamon to the chocolate mixtureView Recipe
As plantains ripen their color changes from green to yellow to black and their flavor becomes sweeter. For this recipe, choose very ripe plantains or ones with almost black skin and flesh that yields easily when pressed.View Recipe
Surprise the guests at your next party with these crispy-coated, zesty, baked sweet potato slices. An easy mustard-yogurt dipping sauce completes the appetizer.View Recipe
Cinnamon and red pepper lend the flavors of the Caribbean to this crunchy snack mix. Use 1/4 teaspoon cayenne if you like spicy hot and 1/8 teaspoon if you prefer it a little milder.View Recipe
Have fun while exploring new flavors. Give these recipes a try – they’re specially designed to meet the needs of busy moms.