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As we embrace the cold winter weather, the cravings for classic comfort food and cozy meals start to settle in. There is nothing like a delicious winter dinner the whole family can enjoy. Who else grew up enjoying a warm bowl of chicken soup paired with crunchy bread? Or perhaps your childhood classic comfort meal was mashed potatoes and cooked chicken or maybe a hearty dinner prepared in a slow cooker.
Regardless of the meals you enjoyed as a child, we can all agree that a cold winter night calls for a cozy recipe. In today's blog post, we will be sharing 4 easy kid-friendly and cozy recipes for winter.
For the past month, kids have been back in school and we can imagine there are parents out there with lunch box-burnout. Yes, lunch box-burnout is a real concept. For parents who are packing daily lunches for their kids, it is the struggle of creating creative yet healthy and easy lunches on a regular basis. If lunch box-burnout is your diagnosis, we have the perfect prescriptions for you: 4 Well-Balanced (But Easy) Kid Lunches!
Even if you’re spending the summer at home, our newest recipe will make you feel like you’ve been whisked away to Italy. Meet our easy and delicious summer bruschetta: Toasted bread meets summer basil, ripe and fresh tomatoes, and yummy mozzarella cheese! Not only is this recipe easy, it is also oh-so-delicious and the perfect way to enjoy the flavors of summer.
Ditch the deep fryer and say “see ya later” to take-out with these Baked Veggie Spring Rolls. The perfect after-school snack or party appetizer, these Baked Veggie Spring Rolls will have kids begging for more and adults begging for the recipe. So delicious, people will forget that it’s packed with veggies!
Kid’s birthday party coming up soon? No clue what to do? We have the answer. A pizza party. It’s classic, easy, and super fun for the kids! At our pizza parties, we let all of the kids make their own personal pizzas. This way, each child can decorate and top their pizza any way they like it. Pizza parties are good for any age, gender, and space.
This classic bread-like King Cake is filled with a nutty, buttery filling and decorated with a bright myriad of colorful sugar and toppings. It’s not only fun to make, but it’s fun to eat! We love this unique tradition and celebrate the creativity behind it. Now, as the French would say—"Laissez les bons temps rouler"—let the good times roll!
A childhood staple and the ultimate comfort food, Chicken Noodle Soup is enjoyed by even the pickiest of eaters. They may not even mind the vegetables! Perfect for cold winter dinners or when your little one is feeling under the weather, this soup never fails to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Sending your kids to school with different treats and lunches each day can be a chore. Especially if you’re also making your own lunches for work. Finding one thing that everyone agrees on and that’s healthy saves a ton of time. That’s why we love this hummus recipe.
A fun way to make a classic winter treat! Hot Cocoa bombs can be customized to be made anyway you prefer your cocoa. Enjoy watching them melt into warm milk and magically revealing all the goodness inside. Then, enjoy your rich and delicious hot cocoa made with real chocolate. No more powders for you and your kiddos!
Apples are a great snack for adults and children, full of vitamin C and fiber, but plain apples can get boring after a while. Spice up your apple snacks with these three fun, easy, and creative recipes that will have kids begging for more apples.
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