Archive for Healthy Snacks
I am disgusted. Why, WHY…… do preschools across the U.S. give white crackers to young growing preschool kids for their morning and afternoon snacks? This completely infuriates me!
Actually the answer is clear and simple. White crackers are CHEAP!
White crackers are cheap in EVERY way including the fact that they offer nothing of value to our kids. They have salt, white flour, no nutritional benefits, they don’t fill kids up, nor do they stabilize blood sugar or help bodies grow.
Are any other parents TOTALLY frustrated with this? Read More→
Healthy Breakfast- Healthy Recipes – Banana Bread
If are you looking for a scrumptious, healthy, low calorie banana nut bread recipe, you have come to the right place.
Are you looking for a blueberry muffin that is healthy and scrumptiously good…….look no further.
This blueberry muffin is a “must try.” It is gluten free (only because I love baking with gluten free flour) and happens to be a very healthy blueberry muffin full of nutrients, fiber and protein.
The BEST PART is this blueberry muffins is DELICIOUS!
Give your kids this delicious blueberry muffin for breakfast and they will be VERY happy! Read More→
Healthy Breakfast – Gluten Free- Coconut Chocolate Chip Scones
Dad’s Coconut Chocolate Chip Scone Recipe is dedicated to my HERO….my amazing dad who loves coconuts.
If you love pumpkin muffins, than you have to try the ………………..”Perfect Pumpkin Muffin,” recipe.
YES! These pumpkin muffins are simply PERFECTO!
These easy to make pumpkin muffins take only 10 minute to make and it produces a moist, sweet, pumpkin muffin that is filled with goodness and has a fabulous taste.
The Super Sophie Carrot Muffin recipe is a moist, tantalizing muffin that is filled with everything that is healthy for kids, and it tastes amazing! You can eat this healthy muffin for lunch and be totally filled up!
Many moms’ of young kids are concerned about feeding raw carrots to their little ones. The great news is if you shred the carrots up and put them inside of carrot muffins, your little sweeties can enjoy all the health benefits of carrots, in addition to the great taste of terrific, tasting carrot muffins.
DID YOU KNOW? No other vegetable or fruit contains as much beta carotene as carrots. Beta carotene is very important for children as their little bodies convert beta carotene into vitamin “A.” This is important because vitamin A helps support healthy growth and development of children, tissue and bone repair, healthy eyes, a strong immune system, and healthy, vibrant skin. WOW! Read More→
The “Mango Banana Muffin Madness” is a a very light and delicious healthy muffin. These mango banana muffins make a great healthy snack, or a nutritious healthy breakfast. With potassium from the bananas and fiber from the whole grains, bran’s and oats, this healthy mango banana muffin is delectable!
DID YOU KNOW? Mango is very high in iron and is recommended as a very healthy food for pregnant women to eat.
If you are looking for a high fiber healthy muffin recipe, you will love this mango banana muffin recipe. The carob chips really add a lot to the taste, as the chocolate taste of the carob chips combined with the banana and the mango is scrumptious. Read More→
My healthy banana muffin recipe with peaches and strawberries is simply delicious and is best served cold.
I came up with this banana muffin recipe because I had a huge bag of Costco fruit that I used for smoothies. I accidently defrosted two bags of fruit after making a smoothie, so I went to work on creating a tasty muffin so I could use up the fruit. I wasn’t sure how the muffins would turn out, but my kids loved the banana muffin with peaches and strawberries; as they were very light and refreshing.
When you bite into the banana muffin you will love tasting the little bites of strawberries and peaches; with just a hint of banana. It tastes so good! Read More→