Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 28 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / 1 Comment

Greek Yogurt vs Regular Yogurt – What’s the Difference?

Most of us have likely tried the creamy smooth texture of Greek yogurt and wondered hey is this better for me than the regular yogurt I’ve been eating for years? Greek yogurt’s popularity has been on the rise over the last little while and you may wonder what all this fuss is about. My big

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June 25 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Summer Time Breakfast On the Go!

When the sun is shining and the kids are ready to play breakfast should be quick and easy for moms and dads to get the kids out the door. Having these items prepared and ready for the kids to grab and go can make breakfast a breeze. Having items pre-packed and ready to go is

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June 20 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Oatmeal – A Healthy Way to Kick Start Your Day!

Nothing says “good morning” like a warm bowl of oatmeal. Whether slowly cooked and creamy or blended with fresh fruit in a smoothie, oats provide your body with many benefits. If you’re not eating oatmeal for breakfast, you’re missing out on a delicious way to add fiber and nutrients to your body first thing in

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June 18 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Cost Saving Ideas for your Breakfast Club and Beyond

Kids Eat Smart Foundation knows that nutritious foods are often costly so when shopping for your KES Clubs and for your family use these tips to make your dollars go farther! My best plan of attack during the weekly shopping trip is make a list, make a list, make a list. Often on Sunday’s I’ll

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June 14 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Getting the most out of Balanced Meals

I attended the PGI Children’s Literacy Festival 2013 at the College of the North Atlantic yesterday and met with some 600 school aged kids throughout the day! Some of the schools in attendance included: Hazelwood elementary, Virginia park elementary, St. Andrew’s Elementary, and Bishop Abraham.  Although the kids were young in age between 7-9, I was excited to

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June 10 , 2013 / Posted by admin / Uncategorized / No Comments

Five make-ahead Breakfasts

Most times the thing that might fall of the morning routine first when we are in a time crunch is breakfast. Beat the morning rush by making these nutritious breakfast foods ahead of time and freezing them. Then on a busy morning, just reheat and eat. •French toast – Use whole grain bread to make

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