To help give your kids a healthy start to the school year, here are some tips that will promote sustained energy levels, increased focus and attention and improve immune function for those inevitable colds.
Read all the way through for bonus recipes for homemade chocolate almond butter and a chocolate smoothie to get your kids fueled for the day or as an after school snack.
I have always really enjoyed the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. This version is a slight adaptation that is quick and delicious. It’s also great to serve if you’re hosting a small gathering or if you want a little something sweet to satisfy a craving. Store these in the fridge or freezer, if they last that long…
Move over KD, there’s a new mac and cheese in town. This version offers way more health benefits, since it’s mostly veggies. This recipe is also gluten free and dairy free. There isn’t any pasta or artificial, neon-orange cheese sauce. You can healthify it even more by adding in broccoli, peas and/or chopped spinach