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Hi, I’m Katie, a Registered Dietitian and Mom of two hungry toddlers.
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Apples and bananas make the perfect fruit combo in these applesauce banana muffins. A kid-friendly breakfast, snack, or lunchbox option!You … Read More →
Disclosure: Thank you to General Mills Big G Cereals for sponsoring this post as part of Whole Grains Month and the #ButFirstWholeGrain Challenge. As … Read More →
Thank you to Balchem, a nutrition ingredient supplier, for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions and messaging are my own.When I think … Read More →
I don’t know what it is or was about the month of August, but I personally need to press my very own reset button. No, I don’t want to start this … Read More →
All you need is one pan, a few pantry staples, and 25 minutes until you can enjoy this simple sheet pan garlic parmesan chicken dinner.While I … Read More →
But first: Did Joey’s age in the title of this post make sense to anyone else but me?! He will be 4 years old in October so I would say three and … Read More →
Baked apple chips make a nutritious and crunchy snack. All you need is two-ingredients, then slice, sprinkle with cinnamon, and bake! Dried … Read More →
Making a salad doesn’t have to be time consuming or complicated. Here are 5 simple lunch salads that are made even easier by prepping ingredients … Read More →
These Apple and Peanut Butter Sandwiches combine the classic flavor combination of Michigan apples and peanut butter, with a little extra fiber from … Read More →