Before the advent of food coloring, the well-known “superfood” beets were added to provide the distinctive vibrant color to red velvet cupcakes. This lighter version is as equally as moist and delicious.
This is a great edible craft to do with kids of all ages! It makes a beautiful appetizer or centerpiece for your holiday table and, because your children can help you make it, they will be more likely to eat it!
These frozen yogurt pops are great for breakfast or a healthy treat for the kids when they get home from school. They are refreshing and loaded with calcium and Vitamin D, and you can switch up the fruit depending upon the season!
These cookies are to die for, and seriously, they are healthy too! Well, as healthy as a chocolate chip cookie gets! By using half the fat of a traditional chocolate chip cookie and adding low fat yogurt and oats, this version comes in at only 83 calories and 4 grams of fat. They are moist and full of chocolate flavor. Try using a mix of semi-sweet and dark chocolate chips to boost your antioxidants.