From kindergarten to college, a kid's gotta eat (and eat well) if they're supposed to make it to the top of the class. We've got healthy packed lunch solutions, fast supper strategies for hectic weeknights, easy DIY snacks your little scholars will actually want to eat, and hundreds of other recipes to help make heading into a new school year feel more manageable than manic.
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Attention moms—celebrate the best day of the year with this refreshing cocktail. With just three simple ingredients, you’ll be able to mix this together before your kids make it to homeroom.
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For a week's worth of budget-friendly lunchbox stuffers, whip up a batch of...
For a week's worth of budget-friendly lunchbox stuffers, whip up a batch of these homemade kid-friendly favorites. From homemade granola bars, to DIY fruit snacks and so much more, kids will be delighted when they open up their lunchbox at school to see their favorite snacks. With less sugar and processed ingredients than in store-bought varieties, you can feel comfortable knowing that these snacks are made with wholesome ingredients from your own kitchen.
These bars are a perfectly portable snack you can prep on Sunday and enjoy ...
These bars are a perfectly portable snack you can prep on Sunday and enjoy throughout the week. Wrap leftovers tightly in plastic wrap, and store in the fridge. The bars will continue to firm up as they chill.
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Back-to-school has got nothing on these tasty, filling snacks. If you don't...
Back-to-school has got nothing on these tasty, filling snacks. If you don't have almond butter (or have a picky eater in the house), feel free to swap out for peanut butter or your nut butter of choice.
These two-bite treats taste rich and indulgent, with absolutely no added su...
These two-bite treats taste rich and indulgent, with absolutely no added sugar. Each also contains 3g fiber and 3g protein. We find one to be satisfying, but don't feel bad about eating two--that's only 222 calories. Store chilled in an airtight container for up to 1 week.
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Going to college means you’re on your own for meals. Rather than depending ...
Going to college means you’re on your own for meals. Rather than depending on dining halls and fast food, try these easy-to-make recipes. Not only are they budget-friendly, but these recipes include tips and techniques that are the foundations of any good cook worth their grilled cheese or chocolate cake, like roasting a chicken and making soup. College is a time for learning—both in the classroom and kitchen.
Busy weekdays have got nothing on these hearty, last-minute sandwiches. Fro...
Busy weekdays have got nothing on these hearty, last-minute sandwiches. From chicken salad to veggie sammies, these adult-friendly, packable lunches are actually worth getting excited about. Get ready for coworker envy, because they're all going to be salivating over your new-and-improved sandwich game.
A homemade mayonnaise spread studded with plenty of fresh herbs brings this...
A homemade mayonnaise spread studded with plenty of fresh herbs brings this deli favorite from tasty to over-the-top.Get the Recipe: Turkey Club Sandwiches with Herb Mayonnaise Get even more sandwich recipes!
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What can beat a 7-in-1 appliance? Instant Pots are programmable and function as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, and rice cooker. It can also steam, warm, saute, and brown food. We've rounded up our best recipes created specifically for your Instant Pot, whether you're looking for a warm, comforting breakfast to wake up to or an easy and delicious large-batch soup to feed the whole family. Every recipe requires less than 20 minutes of prep; the Instant Pot cooks and keeps your food warm until it's time to eat. And for even more excellent Instant Pot recipes, be sure to pick up a copy of Oxmoor House's InstantPot Weekday Meals, on newsstands March 3, 2017.