I gathered up a lot of ideas, and laid it all out at the beginning of the week so we could prepare some healthy after school snacks, that are easy for him to grab and eat. We also thought it would be best to get him involved in the process, which is always a great way to get kids to eat a variety of foods!
I remember as a child, when we had salad it was a combination of lettuce, tomatoes and sometimes cucumber. Nowadays salads are made up of a wide range of meats, veggies, fruits and cheeses. I love a good salad and this one is a good one!
My grand kids love it. We had it for Sunday dinner and my youngest grand son told me, “Granny that salad is popping!” He is so funny, but in all seriousness if you want something that is nutritious and a quick meal, this is your salad.
Are you looking for a quick easy and delicious dessert for your family? Try baking these wonderful Granny Smith apples, filled with goodness! This recipe is so easy you can have the kids help you with the preparation. Not only can you have this as a dessert, you can also have this for breakfast served with a bowl of oatmeal. I’m sure you will fulfill your dose of fiber for the day.
I love cooking dishes that are not only tasty but are good for you. As they say, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Keep reading to see how I put together these pecan craisin baked apples: