If there was a term to describe my cooking style, I think semi-homemade fits the bill. I used to think it was no-recipe needed, but I do look to … Read More →
Hi, I’m Katie, a Registered Dietitian and Mom of two hungry toddlers.
Mom to Mom Nutrition is my place to share real-life stories and tips about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to raising a healthy family. Here you’ll find recipes, realistic nutrition advice, and most of all, encouragement.
Because feeding kids is hard. A lot harder than we’re led to believe.
What You’ll Find Here
For kids to develop healthy eating habits, it all starts with Mom! From pregnancy to getting your picky eater to choose more veggies, I have a coaching package for you. Read more »
From making easy weeknight meals to fitting fitness in during nap time, visit the Mom to Mom Nutrition blog to learn more about the challenges and solutions to raising a healthy family.
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Latest Blog Posts
Taco-inspired Hummus Dip tastes exactly like eating a taco, but in hummus form! Made with Sabra taco hummus, this layered dip of all your favorite … Read More →
With the help of a few flavorful shortcuts and lots of Italian essentials like garlic, onion, and basil, Slow Cooker Italian Beef Stew is sure to be a … Read More →
Looking for easy dinners to make with frozen foods? Make dinner that much easier with the convenience of frozen foods found at your local grocery … Read More →
Homemade Apple Pie Dip has all the flavors, spices, and apple goodness found in a baked apple pie, but in a delicious dip form! Just in time for apple … Read More →
I realize the school year is technically 2019-2020, but let’s be real: if I’m living a day at a time right now, chances are our school routine is … Read More →
Made with pantry staples and store-bought sauces, Slow Cooker BBQ Chicken with Peppers and Onions is one weeknight dinner you can’t pass … Read More →
I’ve recently hit another sobriety milestone [think coin, claps, and hugs], and while I’m sitting here with gratitude for another day sober, I’m also … Read More →
Print this FREE school lunch cheat sheet or save to your school lunch Pinterest board for a quick reference as to what and how much your child should … Read More →
Since my last, “life update,” where I shared what life was like at 30 days sober, I thought it might be fun [yes, recovery can be fun] to share … Read More →