This easy honey baked ham recipe turns a store bought spiral sliced ham into an impressive, flavorful holiday ham. And it roasts without supervision in your slow cooker!
Kid friendly foods rich in nutrition & flavor
If you haven’t tried baking salmon in a foil pack, you’ve been missing out on one of the easiest ways to get flavorful baked salmon that’s NEVER dry! This recipe bakes salmon, asparagus and lemon together for a complete meal in a packet.
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!
Elderberry syrup is an easy, all natural, immunity boosting home remedy that studies have shown can help shorten the effects of the flu. This elderberry syrup recipe uses the Instant Pot so that your syrup is ready in under an hour!
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!
Not only are these homemade meatballs baked in the oven, they also contain a secret serving of veggies from a surprising source. But your kids will never know the difference!
This potsticker recipe is perfect for bulk cooking. It makes a giant batch of potstickers (also called gyoza) to keep in the freezer and cook (in under 10 minutes) whenever you want a quick meal.
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.