Kids and fish aren’t always an instant match but I find Red Snapper is very accessible due to its mildly sweet and nutty taste. Served with Bok Choy and enhanced with a zesty and sweet dressing, this simple dish is a family’s favorite.Read More
Homemade pesto = goodness in a jar (vitamins, minerals, and protein boost without conservatives and nasty e-numbers!). It’s also quick & easy to make, far tastier than commercial pesto, and you can use it in so many different ways!Read More
I find that roasting vegetables really works wonders for picky kids. When roasted, vegetables caramelize around the edges, intensifying and sweetening the taste. This delicious roasted pumpkin recipe is definitely worth a try!Read More
Homemade hummus is the best. No doubt about that.
Although I agree some store-bought brands taste great and are divinely smooth.
But one glimpse at the label says a lot: highly refined vegetables oils, preservatives, colorants, tons of salt, and sometimes even sugar (bah).Read More
This zucchini bites recipe offers a great way to get little picky eaters over the fence.
They’re crisp on the outside and tender, almost creamy on the inside thanks to the cheese and egg. The garlic powder, dill, and spring onions add some extra taste and nutrients.Read More
Quiche is a busy mom’s friend. It’s cheap, quick and easy, can be made with leftover veggies, and most kids love it. However, I stopped making quiche when I became more health-conscious.
Why? …Read More
Because not everyone likes the taste of banana, which often forms the base of (green) smoothies, I’m sharing one of our favorite banana-free green smoothie.
It’s made with 1 fruit only, two veggies, and a few protein sources to maintain your blood sugar stable.Read More
My kids are fond of this cold soup, and I’m even fonder of watching them gobble down seven raw veggies with a red mustached smile on their face.
Compared to the original gazpacho recipe this one is made with a few extra veggies, fresh orange, and a handful of soaked cashews for extra proteins and healthy fats.Read More
You probably know nori from sushi. But have you ever tried plain nori in the shape of a crispy treat?
Seaweed is classified amongst the healthiest foods on earth, offering the broadest range of minerals of any food.Read More
Golden milk (or turmeric tea) is an ancient ayurvedic beverage praised for its powerful health benefits.
But because not all children like the sharp taste of the original recipe, I came up with a milder more child-friendly version with similar health benefits.Read More
Homemade cheese cookies are a great low-carb snack. Made with Gouda cheese and almond meal, they’re bursting with protein and fiber, and are very satiating. They’re also easy and fun to make with kids and require just 4 simple ingredients to blend in a food processor.Read More