8 Fruits & Veggies You Can Regrow from Scraps

If you are looking for a fun way to keep the kids busy and learning at home while also reducing your food waste and trips to the grocery store, look no further than these ideas on regrowing your fruits and vegetables.  Our recent podcast host, Tanya Acosta, who talked to us all about mastering distance learning in Episode 51 of...

Cooking Substitutions: Easy Swaps for Common Ingredients

As we all face uncertainty and stay-at-home orders, a quick trip to the grocery store just isn’t in the cards. If you are like me, you find a recipe and then hopes are dashed as you find out you are missing just one ingredient. Back to the drawing board I go.  After facing this several times in the last week,...

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bites

This after-school snack idea uses a pantry staple, Greek yogurt. Everyone loves frozen yogurt, why not turn regular yogurt into a frozen yogurt treat served in fun shapes along with some unexpected add-ins? The perfect snack that satisfies the sweet tooth. To make this after-school snack, gather fresh or frozen fruit, honey or maple syrup, sprinkles, chocolate chips, nuts and...

Kid-Friendly Apple Quesadillas with Autumn Glory® Apples

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Superfresh Growers®. All opinions are our own. Today’s post is from our junior Chef, Mia Muniz. You may recognize Mia from many of the Produce for Kids videos, but she always works behind the scenes helping us create healthy, delicious and kid-friendly recipes! Hello, Mia here! In my years as an official Produce for...

Episode 26: Cooking Basics & Kitchen Fundamentals

In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Dr. Peggy Policastro, RDN, who is an advocate for empowering kids and families with the tools they need to live healthier lives. Peggy shares tips on cooking basics including how families can get started cooking at home, why cooking at home is so important and what basic skills to master....

Episode 21: Meal Planning & Cooking with Kids

In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Heather Englund of Fit Mama Real Food about how to start cooking and meal prepping with kids. Heather shares what age to get kids in the kitchen, easy kitchen tasks for little ones, and how to get them involved with meal planning and prepping. Heather is a fellow podcast host...

Apple, Ham & Cheddar Empanadas with Autumn Glory® Apples

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Superfresh Growers®. All opinions are our own. Today's post is from our mini Chef, Mia Muniz. You may recognize Mia from many of the Produce for Kids videos, but she always works behind the scenes helping us create healthy, delicious and kid-friendly recipes! Enter below for a chance to win a $50 VISA gift...

15 Food Related Gifts for Kids for the Holidays

 Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links, which means we may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that we have recommended. While clicking these links won’t cost you any extra money, they will help us continue to inspire families with healthy recipes and tips, and give back. The holiday season is upon us! My boys love...

Episode 14: Why You Should Grocery Shop With Kids

In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Kiran Dodeja Smith of Easy Real Food about the importance of grocery shopping with your kids. If the thought of taking your kids to the grocery store with you makes you want to tear your hair out, this episode is especially important for you. Kiran talks about the different ways...

Homemade Ranch Hummus

Raise your hand if you love hummus or Ranch dip! We combine the two for a tasty Ranch Hummus Dip that kids and adults will love. Grab some veggies and get ready to dip! Hummus is a tasty dip that’s made appearances across supermarkets and restaurants everywhere over the past couple years. While this versatile bean dip might seem complicated...