Kid-Approved Recipes

Tiny Brunch to Make with Little Hands

Tasty frittata muffins that your kids will love to make and love to eat!

When it comes to a spring brunch, we like to have kid-sized foods on the table. These individual frittatas, cooked in nonstick muffin tins, fit the bill. They’re the perfect size for little hands, and this is a flexible recipe that lets you have fun with the ingredients, depending on what’s in season or what… Read more

Rhubarb Adds Vibrant Color and Flavor to Yummy Fruit Crisp

Rhubarb is one ingredient that takes a little extra prep. But the color it adds to the table (not to mention the health benefits) make the effort entirely worth it.

While some of us are winding down the season of winter (thank you Juno), others around the country are starting to enjoy the best of spring’s early bounty: behold the rhubarb. Stalky, mysterious, and vibrantly colored, rhubarb intimidates many a home cook. That’s understandable. Rhubarb is complex.  Online, debates even rage over what rhubarb actually… Read more

Turns Out, Chicken Soup is Good for Your Soul!

Stuck inside for a while? You'll feel better with a bowl of homemade chicken soup.

Mothers across history have turned to chicken soup to help everything from the winter sniffles to a broken heart with good reason: It’s the ultimate healthy comfort food and it’s so easy to make at home. While no research has proven conclusively that chicken soup actually cures the common cold,  according to the National Institutes… Read more

Holiday Meal Showstopper: Orzo-Stuffed Pumpkins.

pumpkin risotto

The pumpkin has been referred to as the “dark horse” of the super foods and for good reason: We rarely think of pumpkins beyond carving a Halloween jack-o-lantern or baking them into Thanksgiving pies. The truth is the pumpkin is an incredible, underutilized food that offers a wealth of health benefits. This recipe will wow… Read more