It is always hard resisting treats, especially on a Holiday for chocolate. We found some neat and creative ways to get your kids to eat healthy.
Love Monster Energy Bites are a healthy Valentine’s Day treat perfect for school lunch boxes. Kids and adults will love these no bake peanut butter energy bites filled with chia seeds, oats, almonds and a little bit of chocolate for a protein packed snack!
Happy Valentine's Day!!
Here is a cute last minute idea to fancy up your Valentine's lunch or dinner.
Or, if you are anti-Valentine's day, then it's a cute way to show your love to those around you - no special day required!
I saw this adorable snack and thought it was perfect for this time of year with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. It is super easy to make and is a very healthy snack
Isn’t that fruit tray beautiful?! It would be perfect for a Valentine’s Day breakfast, snack, or even dessert! With such a fun presentation, it’s very easy to swap traditional sugary sweet treats for fresh fruit on Valentine’s Day!
Starting your morning off with a high-quality smoothie that is packed with nutrients is the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
If your little hunny comes downstairs to a delicious smoothie in the morning, you are sure to get a romantic card from them later that day.
If you’re looking for a way to show someone a little extra love (yourself included!), today’s healthy Banana Oatmeal Pancakes are a tasty option that will please all parties, including the ones in charge of washing dishes!
Does sugar make your kiddies a little crazy? Not to worry! When you are wanting to make chocolate dipped strawberries, try dipping them in yogurt instead!
This provides your little ones with a healthy snack that offers lots of vitamins with a splash of calcium and protein.
Your kids will love the color and flavor of these muffins and you’ll be happy to know they’re healthy too. These delicious muffins are perfectly pink for Valentine’s Day and are filled with wholesome ingredients.