Over the holidays there will be many family gatherings, which will likely always include some delicious food! Not sure what to do with your leftovers from your Christmas Eve Brunch, Christmas Day Dinner or New Years Dinner? Below are some healthy ways to use your leftovers this holiday season: Leftover turkey: turkey vegetable soup cold
It’s the time of year when we decide to do things better. One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is to improve our health. We at Kids Eat Smart recognize the importance of healthy eating and how it benefits the children we serve. Below are some New Year’s Resolutions you can make for your
The Holidays are here and being the wonderful principals, coordinators, teachers and volunteers that you are, you want to do something “special” for your students…..and no better way to do that than to kick of the holidays with a yummy special breakfast hosted by your Kids Eat Smart Breakfast Club!! As tradition, most people would
The Holidays are only a couple weeks away, why not spruce up your child’s lunchbox with some festive snacks? Here are some great festive snacks that you can try: Christmas Grinch Hats Ingredients Green Seedless Grapes Strawberries Bananas Directions Using a toothpick, thread a grape, banana slice and strawberry together to create a Grinch hat.
Over 75% of the sodium we consume comes from the foods we eat. On that statistic alone, we know we have to start cutting back on the foods that have large amounts of sodium. Sodium is highest in processed foods like cheese, pizza, deli meats, dry/can soups, sauces, microwavable dinners, fast food, and the list
First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday, and now Giving Tuesday. It’s a movement started by the UN Foundation to celebrate and provide incentives to give to local or national organization. Get involved, make an online donation in support of your Kids Eat Smart Club by clicking on the link below: kidseatsmart.ca/supporters/make-donation/