Have you heard of Cowboy Caviar? This particular recipe is power packed with nutrients and fiber, and it makes a great dip as well as a nutritious side dish. Use low sodium canned beans to help reduce sodium content. It tastes even better the second day!
Who doesn’t like pizza for lunch? This easy snack idea is ready in minutes. Leftovers make a great lunch option too. Let you children individualize their pita pizza by adding their own toppings. Increase the fiber content by choosing whole wheat pita.
These whole-wheat banana pancakes will become your family’s “go-to” pancakes. Sprinkle with dark chocolate mini chocolate chips and berries, and you’ve got a great dessert. They’ll never ask for regular white flour pancakes again … they are that good! You can also substitute ½ whole wheat flour for white flour in your traditional pancake recipe.
Homemade granola bars are a fun snack to make with and for your kids! This recipe is made from fresh ingredients and contains no artificial flavors or preservatives. The recipe can be modified for gluten sensitivity or nut allergies by substituting some of the ingredients.