Kids will love keeping cool with these healthy frozen dessert ideas. Each one has little or no added sugar, and only healthy fats. Plus kids can make them!
Kid friendly foods rich in nutrition & flavor
Frozen mango chunks, pineapple juice, and a hint of lime are blended together for flavorful mango popsicles that make the perfect healthy summer dessert.
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!
This Rainbow Cheesecake Recipe is a gelatin free, no bake cheesecake, perfect for any rainbow themed party. It’s as much fun to make as it is to eat!
Is dragon fruit a super food, a hippie fad, or the coolest fruit you didn’t know you were missing out on? We’re here to help you explore this crazy looking fruit, and to talk about why it’s part of our family’s weekly diet.
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!
Looking for the best lactation cookies recipe for breastfeeding moms? These lactation cookies are full of whole ingredients that can aid in breastmilk production, and they’re soy and dairy free!