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Caprese Heart SkewersWant to be extra this Valentine’s Day without all the fuss? Pack your kids some caprese heart skewers and watch as they 𝑜𝑜𝑜 and 𝒶𝒽𝒽𝒽 over those cute little heart shaped tomatoes. Liv hates tomatoes but these little hearts win her over every single Valentine’s Day. Just don’t ask her to eat a tomato on the 15th because she’ll flat out refuse. ❤️ Great for lunchboxes, holiday appetizers, or even an afternoon snack, these mozzarella, basil, and tomato skewers are easy to make and kid-friendly! If your kids aren’t into the flavors of basil, you can always substitute with spinach for a milder flavor.
Stuffed Apple HeartsAhh Valentine’s Day. Who’s pumped for those candy sugar highs and meltdown lows coming your way? Didn’t think so. Let’s toss those sugary artificially dyed candy hearts to the curb and make some stuffed apple hearts instead! These treats are made with nutritious apples, protein-rich peanut butter, a dip of chocolate , and dye free sprinkles.
Chocolate Peanut-Butter Overnight OatsHave you tried overnight oats yet?? It’s the ultimate meal-prep breakfast that’s made the night before by just mixing some simple pantry items together in a mason jar and storing in the fridge. Made with sprouted rolled oats, protein-rich peanut butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, and chia seeds, this nutritious decadent breakfast is ready in the morning and is super kid-friendly!
Air-Fryer S’mores Rice CakesNeed a quick pick me up? Try these 𝓽𝔀𝓸 𝓶𝓲𝓷𝓾𝓽𝓮 air fryer s’mores rice cakes to make everything better! It’s freezing AF outside? Rice cakes. Kids won’t stop fighting with each other? Rice cakes. Kids keep bringing home mystery viruses from school? Rice cakes. Go find your inner peace this winter with this simple and delicious treat!
Immune Boosting Citrus SmoothieNow that winter is in full swing, I like to boost my family’s immune system with all my tried and true natural remedies. Our smoothie is packed with oranges rich in Vitamin C, carrots loaded with beta-carotene and Vitamin A (which helps your body create more white blood cells to fight off infection), dates rich with phytonutrients that can stimulate the immune system, manuka honey which is anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti- bacterial (optional for our vegan friends), and ginger that produces strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Apple NachosAn easy way to spice up snack time for the kids is to change the way a typical snack is presented. Watch as we level up our apples and peanut butter while getting the kids to eat superfood hemp seeds as well as vitamin rich pumpkin & sunflower seeds 😉