Give the old lunchtime standard a fun twist and save a few dollars by whipping up a fresh batch of homemade, creamy peanut butter with your kids. If a peanut allergy is a concern in your family, feel free to substitute almonds or cashews.This recipe comes courtesy of SheCooks.Design, one of our favorite places on the web to find healthy and child-friendly meal ideas.
The typical answer I get from my kids when I pick them up from school Friday afternoons and ask them what they’re craving for dinner is “PIZZA!” While I probably love pizza just as much as they do, that’s where the agreement ends. We squabble about the crust, the sauce, the toppings, where to order from.
Unless we can compromise. Make-your-own pizza night is a winner because the kids love to be able to make some choices about their food. I’m happy because I don’t have to suffer through the crust of their favorite takeout joint. All I need on hand are a few of the kids’ favorite toppings and this tasty homemade pizza dough recipe. The recipe is just one of the delicious, healthy and child-friendly offerings on SheCooks.Design.
School lunches are packed and loaded. We are ready for the big day. The first day of school. Whether you are starting a new school or a new school year, our kids need to eat to be able to perform their best.
Gianna visits WCCO to talk about packing school lunches.