Cranberry is a super food that is great for all growing kids! Here are some benefits of cranberry for kids that you should know!

Cranberry is rich in Vitamin C and minerals such as manganese, potassium and copper! With only 1 cup of Cranberry, 20% of your kid’s daily value of vitamin C would be fulfilled.

Cranberry also contains high level of antioxidants such as flavonoids, proanthocyanins, and vitamin A which will help to strengthen your kids’ immune system!

If you are looking at recipes to prepare cranberry for kids, this cranberry dutch baby recipe is something that you should give a try!

Cranberry Dutch Baby

This Cranberry Dutch Baby has us licking our lips! 😋FULL RECIPE:

Posted by Tasty Junior on Monday, April 9, 2018

Mushrooms are neither fruits or vegetables. They are edible fungus that grow on woods or in grassy areas.

Mushrooms are loaded with essential nutrition which make them an excellent food choice to be fed to growing kids.

With low amount of fat, salt and carbohydrates, mushrooms offer abundant vitamin B along with essential minerals such as copper and potassium to keep our kids healthy.

Normal mushroom recipes for kids could be less appealing to our children due to its dull look in comparison to other colorful vegetables. If your kids are fussy on eating mushrooms, try serving them mushroom through creative snack recipes for kids instead!

This Mushroom Pizza Bites is a one of the must-try healthy mushroom recipes for kids that your kids might love. Grab the following ingredients and try it out now!

April Fools’ Day is coming in 2-days’ time. It is such a fun time to surprise your kids with fun breakfast recipes or even spice it up with a little prank.

You could try interesting and funny food prank on your kids, such as serving them dinner for breakfast and dessert for dinner. Alternatively, you could also pamper them with these adorable breakfasts for kids!

Watch this video now for 4 fun breakfast for kids that you could try! Grab the following recipe to get started now!

If you liked these fun breakfast ideas, don’t forget to bookmark this page and share it with your friends on social media!

Make Breakfast Wild With These Animal Platings

These kid-friendly breakfasts are almost too cute to eat:

Posted by Playfull on Saturday, March 3, 2018

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Preparing healthy breakfast for kids will help them kickstart their day energetically.

This baked pumpkin chocolate chips oatmeal cups recipe is yummy, healthy and easy to prepare. It is the perfect healthy breakfast for kids to eat on the go.

Grab the following ingredients and try making this healthy breakfast for kids today!

Baked Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cups

Healthy Breakfast Recipe For KidsRecipe* in the comment section!

Posted by Yum on Thursday, November 16, 2017

Via My California Roots: The Creamiest Vegan Mashed Potatoes


I know that’s totally not a thing. But really, I’m usually more thankful for Saturday than I am for Friday. Although last night I did get to drink my favorite hard cider from See Canyon Hard Cider Co. Having a beer / hard cider is seriously the thing I look forward to most on Friday nights. Is that bad?

At least I don’t drink during the week 😉

So, I’m pretty sure I can say with confidence that everyone looks forward to mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving. I mean, it’s a thing. If you have Thanksgiving, you have mashed potatoes. And if you have mashed potatoes, you have…. nevermind.

The Mashers are everyone’s favorite side, whether they admit it or not. It’s one of those dishes that you give yourself an extra large heaping scoop, then look at your plate a little forlornly because it doesn’t look like quite enough, so you dive in for another. It’s that dish.

Standard mashed potatoes have lots of tasty flavor components, like butter and cream.

But if you’re the kind of person who avoids those ingredients for whatever reason, making really creamy mashed potatoes can be… challenging. I’m not vegan myself, but choose not to eat dairy most of the time. The exception I make is cheese, because…… cheese. But I use vegan butter and non-dairy milks nearly 100% of the time.

So, I’ve tried many variations of vegan mashed potatoes. Some were okay (I mean, really, it’s mashed potatoes – they can’t be that bad). Some were pretty good.

But none have been as creamy as these.

I did something pretty crazy here to achieve that super creamy, melt-in-your-mouth taste that traditional mashed potatoes have. I’ve tried all sorts of non-dairy milks and was never super impressed with the result. But this time, I did it. Two words:

Cashew. Cream.

That stuff has been my jam lately. Not really like jam jam, but you get it. I am using it all over the place and LOVING it. It’s so good.

And for those of you who say “I don’t have a Vitamix/Blendtec so I can’t make it, poohey” – let me tell you one thing. My blender cost $40. It’s an Oster and I don’t think you can even get it any more. And it works amazingly well for cashew cream.

It’s all about technique, I’m tellin ya.

So these potatoes! Aside from the cashew cream, they have some Earth Balance butter (or whatever kind of butter you want), salt (of course), roasted garlic, and crispy shallots. Roasted garlic and crispy shallots! Even if you have no intention of ever making vegan mashed potatoes, you must put roasted garlic and crispy shallots on your mashers next time. Promise me.

To make these super creamy, I used my KitchenAid mixer to whip them up. It is by far the easiest way to make them nice and fluffy. If all you have is a potato masher, that’ll work too. You’ll also have nice toned arms afterward. Get to it!

In my version, I left the skins on and stopped whipping them before every single little tiny lump was out. That’s because the skins are tasty and nutritious, and because I like my mashed potatoes to have a little texture to them. BUT, if you prefer your potatoes to be skinless, or if you want only creamy and no potato chunks, then be sure to peel your taters and whip them for a few extra minutes.

Ok, I’ve been staring at these pictures too long. I’m off to go eat the rest of these now. (PS. they make amazing leftovers)

Happy weekending!