Popcorn is the ultimate snack for kids and adults alike. It’s much healthier than most people think, at least when it’s homemade. It’s fun to make with kids, has a high party factor, and is portable and mess free.Read More
This red bell pepper penne recipe is perfect for a simple meatless weeknight meal.
The sauce is easy to make in a blender and super creamy thanks to the cashews and coconut milk.
The roasted peppers make this dish subtly sweet which probably explains why it’s a hit with my three kids.Read More
These sugar-free peanut butter & banana bars are packed with healthy protein, deliciously moist and naturally sweet thanks to the bananas and raisins.
As a bonus they’re super simple and quick to make!Read More
These apple-chia muffins may not look the fanciest on the blog, but they’re delicious and 100% sugar-free. Which makes it a perfect treat for little ones or a sugar-free cake for baby’s first birthday.
And because they’re egg-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free they’re also suitable for children with certain intolerances or allergies.Read More
This peanut-tahini sauce is magical! It’s the very sauce that made my 7-year-old love broccoli, just for the sake of dipping it into this creamy mixture.
And indeed, it’s a simple trick you should try if you weren’t gifted with veggie-loving kids. Or simply to jazz up a bowl of steamed veggies or a dull lentil salad for lunch.Read More
This is our absolute favorite brownie recipe! These brownies are decadently smooth & fudgy. They’re moist in the center and crunchy on the outside. They’re also gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free.Read More
This vegetarian lasagne is actually closer to the Italian parmigiana di melanzane, as the pasta sheets are replaced by sliced and oven-baked eggplants.
Whatever you like to call it, we love this recipe on meatless days. The eggplant, ricotta, tomato sauce, and parmesan pair deliciously well in this easy and healthy dish made with 5 ingredients only.Read More
I love kale for its vibrant color, super nutrients, and amazing health benefits.
But I must admit I’m not a big fan of plain kale, nor are my kids.
But when kale is in season I like to incorporate it as often as possible into stews, soups, and smoothies… or these delicious quinoa burgers.Read More
Overnight oats… I bet they were invented by and for busy parents.
In fact, I couldn’t name one other breakfast recipe that requires this little preparation and is literally ready to eat or grab the next morning.Read More
This nut and seed bread is a simple way to make your own healthy homemade bread. No kneading, no rising, no bread machine, no mess, no fuss,… and no gluten, over-refined ingredients, or nasty additives.Read More
This healthier version of Mac & Cheese is equally loved by kids but instead of being void of nutrients it is packed with disguised goodness such as cauliflower, onion, garlic, and cashew nuts.
It can be made dairy-free too if lactose is a problem for anyone at your dinner table.Read More
Beetroot, you either love or hate it… If you (or your kids) are in the second group, this recipe might be the perfect trick to incorporate this super-veggie into your diet. Because I promise you won’t even taste it!Read More
Ketchup is a staple in many houses and to some parents it’s a life-saver when it comes to dealing with their picky eaters. Fact is many kids will more easily eat their greens when dipped in ketchup.Read More
This raspberry mousse makes a perfect snack for kids. It’s made with a handful of healthy ingredients, packed with protein, high in anti-oxidants, and low in sugar. Yet, it tastes like a real treat!Read More
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
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