Have you ever known a kid that said no to noodles AND potatoes AND cheese combined in one adorably packaged little bundle? I didn’t think so?! This Polish dish screams comfort food. The little dumplings are a little time consuming to make, but a lot of the steps are easy and can be done with… Read More

Are you looking for an Easter treat for your little bunny that isn’t packed with sugars and dyes? If carrot cake is your favorite and you need another excuse to eat it (honestly, you can and should eat these bars for breakfast, they’re deliciously nutritious), this recipe makes snack cake bars so spicy, moist, and… Read More

Luna Archey
April 13, 2017

Does The Rice-Krispie Treat EVER get old? There’s just something so nostalgic about this crunchy, sugary treat that will bring anyone back to elementary school, so here’s a St. Patrick’s Day version to send with your own little one to school! This recipe is from our St. Patty’s Day green lunch, but it’s delicious any… Read More

Not quite sold on zucchini noodles or “zoodles” yet? Maybe you love this fun spiralized noodle alternative but don’t quite have your little ones completely sold on the idea yet? Anything is delicious when covered in creamy ricotta and garlic, so try this recipe out! Ricotta is high in protein and zucchini is packed with Vitamin… Read More

Did you love our Veggie Protein Toddle Tots recipe? Is packing unexpected health benefits into their typically greasy favorite foods your passion in life? Splendid, you will absolutely love this simple nugget recipe! Their creamy texture melts in your mouth and nutritional yeast and cheese add a nutty cheesey flavor that can’t be resisted! If… Read More

 It might be the second full day of spring, but it’s going to be a while before we escape the winter root veggies! That’s alright with us, because we’ve seen multicolored carrots at just about every supermarket. Those beautiful sticks of yellow, red, purple, and orange are just begging to have their color pallet flaunted…. Read More

This goofy plate is as fun to eat as it looks! Pearled couscous or Israeli couscous is such a great addition to a little diet. How can a kid turn that fun marbled texture down, especially if they’re blue?! Haven’t heard of couscous before? It’s basically a tiny form of pasta; pressed little balls of… Read More

Of all the Indian food dishes we love, nothing quite matches the comforting taste of Palak/Saag Paneer with some tender basmati rice. What a perfect day to make this deliciously green dish than on St. Patty’s Day! This Palak Paneer recipe takes about an hour to make, but when you’re finished there’s tons of leftovers… Read More