Some say calories don't count during the holidays but I can tell from just one day of saying -- "oh,well" -- that, they do. I've linked with Follow Who Weekend Social give them a look,see may be a hop your interested in! July 31, 2014 By Stefani Tolson Now that my children are getting older, they are open to eating more things which make me happy. When you get your kids involved in preparing their own meals, the better chances of their food. Ants On A Log – Celery and peanut butter is a healthy and delicious snack that many children enjoy.
Trail Mix – Buy a variety of peanuts and dried fruits and let your kids make their own trail mixes. Smoothies – If you have a child that enjoys a variety of fruit, a great drink to let them make themselves is a homemade smoothie. Yogurt Parfait – If your child enjoys yogurt allow them to give their yogurt some pizazz. About Stefani TolsonThe author of This Mom Can Cook and the owner of many other websites & blogs for moms. I would like to add sweet potatoe chips, handful of almonds, and oatmeal with some chocolate chips thrown in.


All of children from my youngest to my oldest want to also learn how to cook and help mom in the kitchen. Ask your children what types of healthy foods they like and keep on hand for when they get hungry. In your fridge be sure to keep prepared veggies like baby carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, cucumber, and bell peppers in easy reach.
Let them have some fun by filling the celery logs with peanut butter and adding raisins to look like little ants. Drinking a smoothie can also be a great way to get your kids off to a great start in the morning. Provide a rainbow of veggies to get them excited and wanting to eat everything on their stick. Give them healthy options to add inside their tortilla like bell peppers, mushrooms and low-fat cheese.
Make a taco bar with fat-free tortillas, meat, cheese and lots of colorful veggies so they can make their own healthy tacos. Be sure to keep your fridge stocked with lots of healthy options and encourage your children to get creative in the kitchen. Stefani Tolson is a multi-tasking mom of 4 from the Sacramento area, PR friendly, a freelance writer, web designer, cook & more!


Ok that last one should really be a breakfast but if its a small package of oatmeal it could be a snack too. A snack I've been loving lately is sliced tomato with salt and pepper on top of whole wheat crackers spread with Laughing Cow cheese! Below are different snack, breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas that kids can help prepare themselves. You will also want to keep small containers of your child’s favorite dipping sauces too like ranch, blue cheese or maybe hummus.
Encourage them to add things like fruit, nuts or even peanut butter to give their oatmeal extra flavor. For more healthy snack and meal ideas, be sure to follow Horizon Organic on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
You might be able to eat 3 square meals and never want a snack during the in-between or you may be one who needs 5 smalls meals throughout the day. And now, the taste of those yummy treats are in my mind and therefore the craving for those foods is sure to creep up, in the days to come.



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