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Crispy Honey-Almond Cereal Bars

Cereal bars sound like such a nice idea – a quick way to grab a healthy breakfast on the way out the door. But have you seen some of what’s being sold as cereal bars in stores? There’s quite a bit of non-food masquerading as actual breakfast food these days. The good news is, it’s […]

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Gluten-Free Cheddar Heart Crackers

Seriously, who has time to make homemade crackers?!? And why would you, if it’s so easy to buy them in a nice little box? Trust me when I say, I hear you. Us working moms practically have no time to go to the grocery store, let alone make our own crackers. BUT – There’s something […]

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Snack Bag Giveaway

Update, 3/2: The contest is now closed and we have a winner – commenter #10, Michelle S. Thank you so much to everyone who entered! What’s almost as much fun as eating a snack? Packing it up, of course! Our kids received these super-cool Snack Happened snack bags from Itzy Ritzy at a Christmas party, […]

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Seven Posts

My multi-tasking hero, Debbie Goldberg of Manhattan Beach Momma, challenged me this week to take on the My Seven Posts project. Originally started by Trip Base Blog, the My Seven Posts challenge encourages bloggers to share links to their older posts that deserve to see the light of day again, in seven categories.  You pick […]

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Food News Wrap: July 1

As we head into the holiday weekend, we’re thinking all about healthy summer eats for kids. Some of the most troubling things we’ve read this week have come out of the Childhood Obesity Conference, including the fact that the average teen sees five fast food ads per day, and the average preschooler sees more than 1000 fast food […]

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Snacks are a SNAP

Try to imagine having as little as $16 per month, or roughly $4 per week to feed your child. That’s an estimate of what you would get per child if you needed to supplement your income through the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP (formerly known as the food stamp program). Are we talking about just a small […]

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