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As a mom of two boys who are always on the move; it is a challenge to keep them fed. My thirteen year old plays travel baseball. This means tournaments most weekends with 2 to 3 games per day. Some days we are fortunate to get a 20 minute break between games, which is a very short window to rest and re energize. How do I feed my son the food that he needs to get the energy to play that next important game? Musselman’s apple butter bites give him that energy that he needs – think energy bar in a bite sized package!
Fall is my favorite time of year, and a great time to make Pumpkin Bread! I love finding new pumpkin recipes to make with my little girl, and this pumpkin bread recipe is easy to make and oh-so-yummy. It would make a great breakfast,dessert, snack, or gift! The bread is nice and fluffy and has all the great flavors of fall! This is also a great recipe to use as a learning experience for your kids! You can have them measuring, mixing, and timing this recipe and then you can both reap the rewards of their hard work!Continue reading
If you are looking for an “eggcellent” gluten free, portable, quick and easy breakfast you have found it! This egg muffins recipe can easily be adapted for a several people in just a few minutes using one muffin tin.
When I made this, I was delighted that I was able to give everyone a hot protein filled healthy breakfast that they enjoyed! The greens are a natural source of energy, the protein will help keep blood sugar level and the vegetables are excellent sources of vitamins.
Like Almond Joy or Mounds but hate to pay full – or even sale/ coupon prices!? Make them at home! You can make big bars, small bites..you decide!
Fruit is a big part of snacking in our house and lately we have been consuming watermelon, grapes, cantaloupe and honeydew. We were in the mood for something different so we decided dessert would be my daughter’s mission. She decided to make a kids fruit salad recipes. I told her I would give her a budget and she had to stick with it. We visited our local specialty grocer, so the prices were a little higher than the local Krogers or Meijers,so her budget was $10.
Kids Halloween Recipes:It’s that time of year again, the time for changing leaves, cooler temperatures, fun costumes, and pumpkins! Fall is my favorite time of year, and Halloween is my favorite holiday, so anytime I see a new fall themed recipe I must try it! This Kids Halloween Recipes: Pumpkin Fluff was SO easy to make and it is absolutely delicious. My little girl has been eating it up since I made it. It tastes like pumpkin pie (but it’s much easier to make)