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Kid friendly foods rich in nutrition & flavor
This rhubarb sauce recipe is simple to make in 20 minutes, with just 3 ingredients. It’s technically a rhubarb compote, meaning a chunky fruit sauce, but whatever you choose to call it, we know you’ll want to eat lots and lots of it. Pour over ice cream, stir it into yogurt, blend it into smoothies & more!
Not only is this bulk breakfast burrito recipe perfect for quick grab and go breakfasts, but it’s lightened up by blending mushrooms with the sausage. And you’ll never even notice the difference!
Take breakfast to the next level with this pretty, dairy free, smoothie bowl recipe. Frozen bananas, pineapple, mango, and pitaya powder are blended with unsweetened almond milk in a pink smoothie bowl that has no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.
This mango cranberry smoothie bowl is pretty in pink, and refreshingly tart with a hint of natural sweetness from banana. It’s a cheerful healthy breakfast to start your day!
This naturally green eggs and ham recipe is a hit with kids and perfect for a Dr. Suess fan, or as a simple St. Patrick’s Day breakfast. And it’s totally dye-free!
This cute and easy fruit tray can be made without any knife work, and makes for impressive healthy Valentines Day treats. Perfect for school parties, work, or just getting your family to choose fruit over candy this Valentines Day.
This chocolate raspberry cheesecake spread is an easy sweet snack; perfect on English muffins with some hot cocoa to finish off an afternoon of snow play.