Eating like monsters: 12 ways to get kids to eat well from Culinate.
Have a lovely weekend y’all! Here are some links I couldn’t wait to share.
Heart Healhty Valentine’s Day Party Ideas from Super Healthy Kids
USDA proposes new standards for school meals (!) from Food Politics
Snack: Za’atar Popcorn from The Kitchen
For local chefs, a kid’s lunch is packed with challenges from The Baltimore Sun via Food News Journal.
Comfort Food: Miso Soup for Breakfast from The Kitchn.
Sustainable food films for the holidays from Food Politics.
Playing for Peas from It’s Not About Nutrition. Talk about variety rather than being a veggie pusher.
Home canning in the winter months: a round-up from Simple Bites.
Due to popular demand (i.e. a couple of pesky emails from friends and readers – I love you all.), I’ve pulled together a new category for healthy kid snacks that are perfect for traveling and general life on the go. I’ve been thinking a lot more about this category of snacks lately and hope to be developing it a great deal in the coming months.
Break it down for me from boston.com. Food in 100-calorie packs. Messages in 140 characters. YouTube escapes in 3 minutes or less. In an overloaded culture, the bite-size experience rules.
The Snack List from A Life Less Sweet. Cathy gives us a run down of what’s on the plate during snack time at her house.
Five ways to help kids eat smart this Halloween from Raise Healthy Eaters.
La Creme de la Creme from It’s Not About Nutrition. You have to use a lot of imagination to classify a bagel and cream cheese as healthy.
How to make fruit leather (without a dehydrator) from Simply Recipes.
Want to raise a sweets-obsessed kid? Do these 8 things from Raise Healthy Eaters.
Polly Want a Cracker? from It’s Not About Nutrition.