Try These 5 Toddler-Friendly Pancake Recipes for National Pancake Day

If you love fluffy, fruity, chocolate-y pancakes, chances are your tot will, too. What's not to obsess over? So today, on National Pancake Day, we're giving you five easy recipes -- from mini-pancakes to dairy-free flapjacks -- to share with your toddler. But don't blame us if they reach for seconds. Has your toddler tried pancakes... Read more

6 Sweet Alternatives for Your Toddler to Snack on This Valentine’s Day

Not into serving up tons of chocolate-y, sugary treats to your toddler on Valentine's Day? We get it, mama. Even though it's temping to settle for chocolate-y kisses and candy bars, these six tasty alternatives are festive (and come without all that processed sugar). Try 'em out: What's your favorite treat to serve on Valentine's... Read more

The Mealtime Must-Have Every Baby Loves (and Every Mom Needs!)

Between mealtime messes, starting on solids and teaching your toddler to hold silverware, you need a cool, super cute and fast way to feed, right? Meet oogaa, the silicone and safe way to feed baby in a way that’s designed for first-timers and toddler eaters (they’re safe on gums too!). What makes oogaa... Read more

5 Healthy Eating Tips Moms Need to Get Through the Holiday Season

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With Thanksgiving behind us and a slew of holiday parties ahead, you may already be cringing at the sight of a scale. You may be ready to ignore your health and fitness for a few weeks and leave it to the New Year's resolutions -- but overeating and lack of exercise in the... Read more

7 Toddler-Approved Eats Just In Time for Thanksgiving

Prepping Thanksgiving dinner is tough enough, but with a toddler to think of, this meal sounds like more of marathon cook-fest than a meal to be thankful for. You want your tot to enjoy a well-balanced, healthy meal loaded with all the table-toppers you love (like broccoli, stuffing, turkey, mashed potatoes and bread -- oh,... Read more

I Let My Kids Eat Candy to Teach Them a Lesson

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Since my boys are 7 and 11, I have quite a few Halloweens under my belt. I have tried various approaches over the years to try to reconcile my healthy mom beliefs with the sugar-loaded holiday, from homemade healthy treats to chocolate-dipped fresh fruit on skewers. But deciding on which goodies to hand out at our... Read more

Recall Alert! Plum Organics Pouched-Food Products

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Yesterday, pouched-food providers Plum Organics announced a voluntary recall on specific products in their Baby Stage 2, Tots Mish Mash and Kids prepared food lines. The products were recalled after discovering a manufacturing defect that may cause spoilage (which means the spoiled pouches will swell and look bloated). How to know... Read more

Your Biggest Meal Should be Breakfast If You Want to Get Pregnant

While previous studies have hinted that eating like a Greek might help you conceive, there's one thing we can all agree on (feta-lover or otherwise): A hearty, healthy breakfast is more important than you would have ever thought. Sure, you'll need your nutrients and vitamins to power through the day, but did you... Read more

8 Toddler-Approved Totally Creepy Halloween Treats

Looking for healthy and fun recipes that will spook and satisfy every goblin, ghoul and ghost this Halloween? These spirited treats are tasty, colorful and terrifyingly terrific! And don't feel like you've got to skip on sweets, either. These awesome eight recipes will give your tot all the nutrients she needs to Trick-or-Treat the whole... Read more

Recall Alert! Reser’s Fine Foods May Have Listeria Contamination

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Moms-to-be, listen up: Over 100,000 cases of refrigerated ready-to-eat Reser's Fine Foods products have been recalled due to a possible listeria contamination. The packages contain foods such as: pasta, cole slaw, potato salad and ice cream. Listeria can cause listeriosis infection, and it may take up to four weeks for symptoms to show.... Read more