Say Yes to Yogurt

This month we have talked about milk and cheese, so naturally the next thing to talk about is yogurt! Yogurt is a creamy, nutrient-packed ingredient that people love. There’s a good chance that you have tried yogurt before, but did you know how healthy it is and how many dozens of different ways you canContinue reading “Say Yes to Yogurt”

Pear and Cheese Quesadilla

What’s for lunch today? How about a pear and cheese quesadilla? It’s delicious, nutritious, and easy to make! πŸ˜€ Both pear and cheese are ingredients that we’ve learned about here on the blog! Click the images below to learn more about these ingredients. To make a pear and cheese quesadilla you’ll need: pear slices, slicedContinue reading “Pear and Cheese Quesadilla”

Milk, it’s aMOOzing!

People make a big deal about the importance of milk in a kid’s diet and for a good reason! You’ve probably seen the “Got Milk?” ads or you might have noticed how milk is always served at school lunches. The reason for all this is because milk is good for you! Milk has been aroundContinue reading “Milk, it’s aMOOzing!”

Eat Dairy and Be Merry!

Why did the cow cross the road??? To get to the udder side! ForΒ  the month of January we are going to be talking all about dairy foods. Read this post to review the reasons dairy is important in our diet! What do you know about dairy? Do you know about the health benefits? ThereContinue reading “Eat Dairy and Be Merry!”

#12 of 12 Days of Kids Create

We have reached the final day of The 12 Days of Kids Create! What was your favorite day? Today we’re finishing up with a few tips on how to keep celebrations happy, healthy, and active! Check out the list below to see how you can make the holidays even better. 😁 Happy Holidays!

#11 of 12 Days of Kids Create

Christmas is the most common winter holiday celebrated in the United States but there are a lot of other holiday celebrations this time of year! Today we’re going to learn about a few holidays celebrated by different cultures and religions this time year! Hanukkah: an eight day and night Jewish holiday that falls between NovemberContinue reading “#11 of 12 Days of Kids Create”

#10 of 12 Days of Kids Create

This time of year tends to include lots of baking – cookies, pies, cakes, and more cookies! πŸͺπŸͺπŸͺ Bake the perfect batch of cookies by using the tips reviewed in the video below! There are 10 tips because today is the 10th day of Kids Create! Have fun baking!

#9 of 12 Days of Kids Create

In the classic Christmas carol “The 12 Days of Christmas” the 9th day of Christmas includes 9 ladies dancing. Dancing is a great way to get into the holiday spirit and it’s a good exercise! When its cold outside dancing is a perfect way to stay physically active inside! Get your family and friends togetherContinue reading “#9 of 12 Days of Kids Create”

Frozen Yogurt Pomegranate Bark

On the last blog post we learned about the awesomeness of pomegranates and today we are creating a yummy treat with pomegranates! It may be chilly outside but that won’t stop you and your family/friends from wanting to eat this frozen treat. The recipe today is called Frozen Yogurt Pomegranate Bark – sounds and tastesContinue reading “Frozen Yogurt Pomegranate Bark”