Check out this fun St. Patrick’s Day board from The Board Mama!
Check out the recipe for this delicious salad from Kathleen Ashmore!
Popsicles are synonymous with summer, and for good reason—they’re refreshing on hot days, help hydrate kids and adults alike, and are easy to hold, even for tiny toddler hands. While we don’t judge store bought varieties, making them allows you to control the ingredients, and doubles as a kid-friendly activity. Here are a few recipes to try, divided into two categories—kid-friendly, and 21 & Over (aka spiked varieties). Plus, fun molds to use when making them!
If you are like me and always trying to cut the carbs but still have a major sweet tooth, these muffins are meant for you! This recipe is super easy to make and makes about 12 muffins!
Need some ideas for your 4th of July menu? These options include something for everyone, from festive cocktails to savory sides. Hope everyone has a happy—and healthy—holiday this year.
Rosé is the official drink of summer, and it’s also a perfect base for warm weather cocktails. We asked Erica Blumenthal and Nikki Huginar, who co-authored Yes Way Rosé, for their favorite pink mixed drinks. See below and cheers to summer!
Cheers to us, Moms! Today we are sharing two fruit-infused sangria cocktails (easily made into a mocktail for anyone not drinking by skipping the wine) from expert mixologist Kim Haasarud of Liquid Architecture and author of the 101 Cocktail book series, including 101 Sangrias and Pitcher Drinks.
Mom to Maddy, 10 and Holden, 12, she says the key to a good sangria is fresh (good looking, not bruised) fruit, a little sugar (and that can include whatever you have – honey, sweet one, simple syrup and even Stevia) and a decent wine.
Anyone else feel like their kids are snacking *constantly* these days? We have a new recipe for you to try this week! These Soft & Doughy Protein Pretzels from Joy Bauer’s new cookbook, Joy Bauer’s Superfood!: 150 Recipes for Eternal Youth, take just 25-minutes to make, pack in 10 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber, and use basic pantry ingredients like whole wheat flour, plain Greek yogurt. Plus, kids can help knead the dough and make the pretzel shapes.
Looking for something cheap, easy and healthy to make for dinner? I don't know about you but I feel like all this time at home as got me trying new recipes. I have been on (and off) of Keto since July and refuse to let this time at home bring back the hard work and...
Trust me when I tell you, your children will LOVE these adorable jelly bean bracelets. The design possibilities are endless and they are super easy to make.
This vegan chickpea salad from actress, entrepreneur and new mom Daniella Monet takes only a few minutes to come together and uses ingredients most of us have in our pantry. It’s a perfect vegan lunch or easy #meatlessmonday dinner recipe.
Ready to go green on March 17th? I’ve got all the fun crafts, DIY’s, and recipe ideas that’ll make your kids want to celebrate! St. Patrick’s Day is a fun way to talk about Ireland’s heritage and culture with your little ones. I’ve gathered some helpful tips that are the equivalent of a pot of gold to help you celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day with your kiddos.
We’re always looking for weeknight dinner ideas that appeal to everyone in our families, from husbands to big kids to toddlers and even babies. That’s why this super simple but completely customizable Baked Potato Bar from The Baker Mama—a Dallas, TX-based mom of four—caught our eye.
This easy recipe, perfect for football Sundays and New Year’s resolutions!
Try these delicious Gluten-Free Paleo-Friendly Banana Muffins!
Amy Palanjian takes foods most kids like—like muffins and chicken fingers—and puts her healthy spin on them!