Homemade Healthier “Pop-Tarts” and a Timely Offer!

I have a new recipe for you for Healthier Homemade Pop-Tarts, courtesy of Shawna Clapper of “Stress Less. Be Healthy.” Keep reading because this recipe comes from her new E-Cookbook, which she is offering with extra bonuses until May 8, 2020.

Best/Easy Plant-Based Superbowl Nacho Bar

The Super Bowl is coming! Let’s panic and buy a new TV and every box and bag of food in the store! Or, maybe not…
I consider this Plant-Based (aka “vegan”) Nacho Bar you can make for your Super Bowl (or any) party to be in a few categories I like to provide to my readers…

Gift your Family Healthy Togetherness

I love the concept of a “family gift.” Sometimes that is a vacation and sometimes that is a Foosball table. Here are a few family gift ideas that will get the kids away from the “me, me, me” and “I want, I want, I want” mentality of the holidays.

3 Healthy Mother’s Day Ideas

This Mama is busy with teaching, workshops and planning my cooking camp (1st session sold out! 1 space left in 2nd session), so excuse the very short Mother’s Day post here, but I wanted to make sure you had some easy healthy ideas for Mother’s Day.

Article in the Washington Jewish Week: Cooking Camp is a tasty way to spend the summer!

Check out the Washington Jewish Week article about the Healthy Family, Healthy You cooking camp! Pretty exciting for kids to have a Kosher cooking camp and a Vegan/Vegetarian cooking camp opportunity. And a Healthy Cooking Camp? Pretty unheard of!

Snack Attack! Real Food Summer Snacks! (Vegan)

When pool season started around here, our pool released their new expanded list of snacks. I know you’ll be shocked that they haven’t yet added apples, bananas or baby carrots! Lucky for you, I have ideas you can make and bring yourself-whether you’re at the pool or in your own backyard.

Summer Travel Tips: 10 healthy food items for your next trip

Lots of people travel with food for various reasons, such as picky kids, keeping to a specific diet, and expense. It’s always going to be cheaper to bring your own oatmeal to make with hot water in the hotel room, than it is to pay $25 for a breakfast buffet. It’s a lot healthier too! Sometimes, having your own food in between special travel meals is also just convenient, quick and easy – and of course almost always a wiser option than grabbing a muffin somewhere!

May 11 Event: Snacks for your Sweeties!

I hope you can join me for this unique, fun and interactive workshop! You can even take home all the tools you need, plus the fun and practical tips and recipes in my Healthy Family, Healthy You books. Choose whichever option works for you!
Join the Bender JCC, PJ Library and Federation’s Jewish Food Experience® for a workshop to help navigate the art of creating healthy snacks that are kid-tested and parent-approved. This event takes place in the Bender JCC Gallery.
Food and health expert, Natasha Nadel teaches grandparents creative recipes and fun techniques for getting kids to eat healthy while incorporating Jewish traditions.