Helping parents and kids cook together, eat together, and plan better meals together seven days a week, three meals a day, one bite at a time.
Pizza Birthday Party
Some dough, some teenagers, some sauce, cheese and toppings are the key ingredients for a fun, low-maintenance birthday party.
Teach your kids baking traditions by introducing them to the six main members of the cookie family.
Ratatouille = Movie + Dinner
Farm-fresh tomatoes, eggplant and creamy ricotta provide the fanfare on the table, while a charming tale of love and food in Paris cue up the entertainment.
A Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer Menu
Celebrate the popular children’s book character and her new summer blockbuster with a pre-movie dinner that any kid—including Judy Moody—will love.
Michelle Obama: Gardening for Good Health
The First Lady plants the seeds of good health for Native Americans while tackling childhood obesity as part of her Let’s Move initiative.
How to Celebrate Your Graduate's Big Day
Set the scene for your graduate’s big day with a party just for them.
Make Cooking a Game
Want to make cooking and kitchen chores less of a hassle at mealtimes? Get kids in on the action and make it fun.
The "Office" Smoothie, Great for Kids
Peanut butter, banana, yogurt and honey unite for a smoothie fit for the office.
Quick Feta-Stuffed Fig-Glazed Chicken
Kids get a serving of fruit and calcium in this quick chicken dinner.
Tomatoes + Kids = Soup, Sauce and Fun
Enlist your kids to crush ripe, juicy, summer tomatoes for these five summery recipes—they’ll have a blast.
Milk: It Does a Breakfast Good
Milk, even when accompanied by some sugar, provides valuable nutrients for kids.