With Spring officially here, we've been looking for ways to spruce up our lunches and on-the-go meals. Soon there will be sports practices to go to, play dates, and afternoon excursions to the park, so we wanted to host a giveaway to give our readers a chance to win some awesome items that will help you pack meals and snacks on-the-go. So keep reading to learn how to enter to win some great prizes!
Pack a few items in your carry on for the plane ride and then safely store the rest in plastic storage bags within your to-be-checked luggage. This helps to ensure that all the food is not confiscated at the security gate! Here’s what I’ve packed:
It’s that time again – Super Bowl Sunday! A day for football, fun, and… unhealthy foods? Not necessarily. We got the chance to attend a special event earlier this week hosted by Dannon Oikos that featured classic Super Bowl recipes - with a healthy twist. Move over, greasy chicken wings with blue cheese dressing. Step aside, nachos with soggy cheese. What we’ve got is way better – and better for you.
With Martin Luther King weekend fast approaching, we were on a mission to find a recipe to fit into our plans for the long weekend. Whether you have Monday off, are hosting a group of friends on Friday, or attending a party on Saturday, this recipe makes both a healthy and fun snack to serve. These veggie chips are pretty customizable in terms of vegetables and seasonings, so feel free to cater to your liking!
Do not fret if your child or children decide they are no longer interested in their once loved foods. It may not mean that they no longer like these foods rather they may have grown tired of these foods. Keep these foods in you children’s diet or you will soon be left with no additional options. Instead, continue to offer one of these foods with new favorite foods every few days so that your child continues to be exposed to their former favorite foods. They will also realize they don’t have to eat it. Reintroducing foods is key in food exposure.