Helping Kids and Families Cook & Eat Healthier.

Carrots and Oats Stuffed Baked Apples

Healthy Fast Food Breakfast Egg & Potato Cups

Spicy Coconut Plantains

Super Moist Gluten Free Banana Bread Or Muffins

This is a light and moist banana bread that just happens to be gluten free. After 3 years of searching for the perfect banana muffins, this is our family's favorite.

Ginger Turmeric Salmon Sushi

The turmeric and ginger make this is a great anti-anti-inflamatory post workout meal, lunch or healthy snack. It's easy and can be modified using any vegetables you have in the pantry.

Banana Bread Overnight Oats

Whether you have lots of kids and a busy morning, or no kids and lot of time, sometimes, the last thing you want to do is cook! This is an easy delicious healthy alternative to traditional oatmeal.

Sweet Potato Pancakes (you’ll be surprised they’re Gluten Free)

Before switching over to eating all things gluten-free, sweet potato pancakes were one of my kids favorites. After a few sad attempts at duplicating their favorite recipe, my biggest failure crumbling like quicksand, these turned out beautifully! They’re moist, fluffy and have delicious chunks of sweet potato. Even my picky son who protests our new gluten free diet asked for seconds.

Nut Free Pesto Flatbread Pizza w/ Maple Caramelized Onions

While transitioning my nut-free son to a dairy free lifestyle (later we found out he was allergic to wheat, hence my gluten free substitution notes), I had to find a way to help him love pizza. This turned out to be such a hit that my gluten-free protester child loved it! Looking for a fun and healthy way to rock your family pizza nights or personal pizza cravings, this may be the answer to that knock on your pizza door. Yep, comparing this to traditional pepperoni and cheese, it may be a door you won’t want to answer every craving, but start small and I'm sure you’ll find yourself falling in love.

Wild Rice Rotisserie Soup

Despite my best intentions to transition my family to a vegetarian lifestyle, most them love meat! So, when I do cook with it, I try to cook with as many vegetables and grains to make it stretch. Not only does this pump up the meals health factor, it saves money.

Blueberry Oatmeal Bars

My daughter and I went to the farm to pick some flowers and stumbled upon a couple pints of blueberries (actually I couldn’t resist the little blue pebbles of deliciousness). On a search to stay away from the traditional blueberry muffins, with inspiration from Starbucks’ Blueberry Oatmeal Squares (now discontinued), we created these yummy blueberry bars.