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An array of eye-catching garlands and clips let you customize our tulle canopy to create the perfect look.
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Chef and cookbook writer, Kate McMillan, shares her tips for turning picky eaters into kids who are excited to try new things.
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It takes just five minutes to pull these together and bake them while you and the kids get ready for school.
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When you're crunched for time, wrap a wholesome sandwich in a paper towel and hand it off on the way out the door.
Creamy and delicious, this smoothie is so thick you can eat it with a spoon.
Try a more nourishing take on classic waffles with strawberries and whipped cream.
Delicious and nourishing, our black bean soup comes together in one easy step.
This recipe is designed to take advantage of whatever tasty vegetables you might have in your refrigerator.
A fusion of flavors kids will love, our quesadilla includes mozzarella, olives and other Italian accents.
Rolled up lavash and apple chunks freshen up the classic PB&J sandwich.
The salty crunch of a few crumbled tortilla chips gives this healthy salad special appeal.
Edamame is a common lunchbox snack these days.
Any fresh, seasonal fruit tastes even better paired with this yogurt dip.
Homemade granola bars are simple to put together and are convenient on-the-go snacks.
Make pizza the easy way, with a pita-bread crust and nutritious vegetables on top.
Jennifer Tyler Lee is a mom and the creator of Crunch A Color – the award-winning mealtime game that makes healthy eating fun.
Keep kids happily engaged and entertained with holiday-themed games, crafts and coloring pages.
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