Kid-friendly food used to mean homemade vegetable soup and cake—these days parents have fast food and vending machines to compete with. It can be tough to get kids to eat a balanced diet; our kid-friendly recipes make it easy.
This delectable treat mimics traditional pumpkin loaf—only with healthier substitutions.
Striped Smoothie Popsicles
Skip added sugar and artificial sweeteners for these healthy, organic pops.
Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Made without flour, eggs, or added sugar, this is a lighter alternative to chocolate chip cookies.
Banana Blueberry Almond Popsicles
Almond milk, fruit and honey make these healthy pops creamy and sweet.
Almond Energy Bars
Subtly sweet, with just a hint of sea salt, these homemade almond bars are loaded with natural energy from nuts and oats.
Vegan Caramel Popcorn Balls
Vegan and gluten-free caramel popcorn balls made with just 6 clean-eating ingredients and could just be mistaken for creepy-crawly ant hills.
Easy Baked Cinnamon Apple Chips
These kid-approved baked apple chips are a healthy alternative to sugary Halloween treats.
Hunan Orange Chicken
Combine orange juice, soy sauce, cornstarch, honey and pepper flakes in a small bowl; stir until smooth. Heat a large nonstick skillet or wok over…
Pasta Salad with Kale Pesto and Asian Soy Sesame Dressing
Make this healthy, refreshing Asian-inspired pasta salad for dinner and pack the leftovers in your kid’s lunchbox.
Kale Basil Mint Parsley Pesto
Bring large pot of water to boil; add kale leaves and blanch until just wilted, about 30-45 seconds. Immediately drain and rinse with cold water;…
Vegan Lunchbox Muffins
Filled with vegan sausage, carrots and broccoli, these little muffins are a complete meal in themselves. The ground flax seeds not only serve as an egg replacement but also add extra omega-3’s and fiber