This smoothie is SO delicious and full of fuel. It leaves me satisfied and energized without feeling bloated. While your body is in a state of recovery after a long run, it is time to refuel your muscles with this easy smoothie. If mom is making this smoothie, read how to share with your child below.
We know how hard it can sometimes be to please the palates of your kids. Sometimes thinking of a new recipe to make for your kids can be put on the back burner because of other things that might come up. Luckily, we have asked our friends at Cooking Light for some inspiration. Their Chewy Coconut Granola Bars are a fantastic recipe. It's a new and refreshing recipe and you can even get your little chefs baking with you in the kitchen!
March is National Nutrition Month! National Nutrition Month is a month to share nutrition education and of course to celebrate some of favorite foods. We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate the start of March than by sharing our original recipe using KIND granola clusters. We mixed some of our favorite things into one cookie - cranberries, walnuts, and of course KIND clusters granola!
With the Super Bowl this Sunday, we're sure you are busy preparing for your Super Bowl party. We thought these Parmesan Chicken Fingers, from Laura's The Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook, which are diabetes-friendly, kid-friendly, and Super Bowl friendly would be the perfect addition . Your guests are sure to feel satisfied with this delicious dish!
With the start of Winter fast approaching, we've been searching for few more Fall recipes to savor. We recently saw this wonderful recipe on Cooking Light for Walnut-Stuffed Apples and we had to share!