Apple Cashew Smoothie Recipe

Apple Cashew Smoothie made with cashew milk served in a milk jar shaped glass served with plaid orange paper straws.

Try this Apple Cashew Smoothie Recipe, it’s easy and delicious.  This smoothie recipe is great for breakfast or an afternoon snack.  It’s kid tested and kid approved. Apple Cashew Smoothie Recipe Apple season and Back to School are two of my favorite times of year.  Apples are one of our favorites and we love picking them, eating them, dipping them, … Read More

Crustless Sandwich Pockets in the Lunchbox

Crustless, circular sandwich pockets made with a round cookie cutter, stuffed and closed by using a fork to pinch the edges. The sandwiches are filled with a combo of peanut butter and fresh fruit or veggie cream cheese, ranch dressing and fresh veggies.

Crustless sandwich pockets are delicious for lunchbox packing or snacking.  They are an easy recipe to make with the kids.  They are filled with fresh fruits and veggies. Crustless Sandwich Pockets in the Lunchbox What’s on your lunchbox packing plans this year?  I have three kids and I’d like to tell you that by the third the lunchbox became an … Read More

Creamiscle Smoothie Recipe Made with Fresh Navel Oranges

Two Creamsicle Smoothies in juice glasses with orange straws, a fresh slice of orange on the rim served on an orange scalloped plate on a picnic table

This Creamsicle Smoothie Recipe is quick and easy to make.  It’s a recipe the kid can make from start to finish.  This Creamsicle Smoothie Recipe can be part of a delicious breakfast or an after school snack. Creamiscle Smoothie Recipe Yum.  You’re going to love this Creamsicle Smoothie Recipe! It is DELICIOUS and it’s full of healthy goodness.  The Creamsicle … Read More

Berry Breakfast Tacos

Berry Breakfast Taco made with wholegrain flatbread, mixed frozen berries and a sweetened cream cheese baked with a yogurt gaze on top.

Berry Breakfast Tacos are a great way to incorporate fresh or frozen fruit into recipes.  This recipe is kid tested and approved.  It’s a breakfast the entire family will enjoy. Berry Breakfast Tacos Berry Breakfast Tacos are one of my favorite recipes.  I especially love serving them in the spring.  They are not only delicious and easy to make, but … Read More

Flying Saucer Eggs make the Back to School Breakfast Recipe Menu Easy

Breakfast Eggs

Alarm clocks are set, backpacks are full & it’s time to pull out the Back to School Breakfast Recipes for busy mornings.  Since we’re all looking to make sure the kids are fed on their way to school, but also often looking for a new twist to get them to eat well-rounded, why not grab some plain old eggs, whip … Read More

Easy No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bites the Kids will Love

No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars

As I write this, I want you to know that I am in full denial that it’s time to get everyone ready for Back to School activities. Although we have a few weeks, all of our back to school prep with supplies & closet clean outs & sneaker purchases has me focused on the recipes we will soon be serving … Read More

Catching the Pokemon Go Craze in the Lunch Box

Pokemon Lunch Box Packing YUM

We have been busy at the Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club getting ready to share a few lunch box-packing bites. Chef Zef & Chef Chloe joined me in the kitchen to prepare three deliciously fun ways to keep lunch filled with creative yum! These recipes are easy & can be used for after school snacks and/or party bites. Chef Zef … Read More

Easy to make Yummy Cocoa Energy Bites in the Lunch Box

Easy lunch box or after school snack

Looking for a little lunch box packing energy?  Check out my Cocoa Energy Bites.  these snacks are a perfect lunch box pack, after school snack or part of a breakfast combo.  No matter how you eat them, they are deliciously easy to make.  You simply combine and mix the ingredients in a mini food chopper, regular food processor or high … Read More

Three Super Easy Lunch Box Packing Recipes

lunch box recipes

School is in full swing and if the lunch box routine is already getting ‘stale’, take a look at this menu of ideas. They are all super easy to make and keep your kids’ tastebuds filled with delicious, balanced bites. Fruit Heads by Jodie Fitz Mix the peanut butter, honey & cinnamon together to use as a spread. Lay a … Read More