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Category: Recipes for families

Seven non-traditional holiday gift ideas

 Only about 35- 40 of my immediate family get together for our family’s Christmas Eve celebration. The first time my husband came to Christmas, it was busy and loud compared to the quieter Christmas’s he grew up with. A Christmas … Continue reading

Shaking up our brownie recipe

It’s that time of year when we often look to make lifestyle changes.  You may be looking to make some of those changes in your kitchen.  The Dayton Children’s dietitians gathered again and tested various brownie recipes made with some … Continue reading

What’s so “Kool” about Kale?

Kale once scared me.  It is a “tough” green to get. How does one really cook this super food?  Since kale came to our front door through our Happy Box from Fulton Farms, I made kale chips for my family.  … Continue reading

The art of snacking

Is snacking healthy?? Do kids need to snack?? What is a good snack?? These are some questions that may come to mind when your child says to you, “I want a snack.”  In our house, I often hear Edward saying, … Continue reading

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