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Loading up on treats during the holidays is a given.
And so are those extra pounds you usually gain before the New Year.
But what if your options were yummy and low-calorie?
Lucky for us and you, Weelicious creator and mom-of-two Catherine McCord (pictured left wrapping gifts with son Kenya) has whipped up a few kid-friendly recipes that are both low in sugar and free of preservatives or additives.
So even Santa should have no problem fitting down the chimney this year.
See them out below. Plus, check out the cool video of McCord and daughter Chloe making »
Halloween is quickly approaching and finding healthy treats (did I just use the words “healthy” and “Halloween” in the same sentence?) that the kids will get excited about can feel like a hopeless endeavor for many parents.
No matter how vigilant I am most of the time, on Halloween night I’m not about to start to depriving my son of all the junky candy that goes with the fun of the holiday.
However, with all of the school parties and events that also come with Halloween, I strive to make healthy, nutritious recipes for the little ones »
Whether you’re heading to the beach or hanging close to home, you’re probably looking forward to a long summer weekend with your family.
Why not get into a festive mood and add some red, white and blue to your holiday meals?
There are plenty of dishes out there filled with food dyes and other unwanted additives, but according to Weelicious creator (and mom-of-two!) Catherine McCord, they are nothing to light off fireworks about.
Instead, she’s come up with some yummy, all-natural dishes to celebrate our country’s independence that your whole brood will enjoy.
As most moms will probably agree, the best Mother’s Day gift, besides lots of mini kisses, is a yummy breakfast prepared by their kiddies (and husband, of course!) and served to them in bed. Even better? A delicious dessert to eat later in the day.
Need some easy-to-make recipe ideas that your tots and spouse will have fun making together? We checked in with Weelicious creator — and mom-of-two — Catherine McCord for her top picks. Check them out below:
Whole Wheat Waffles (makes 10 waffles)
1½ Cups Whole Wheat Flour, 2 Tsp Baking Powder, ½ Tsp Salt, 1 Cup Milk, ½ Cup Plain Greek Yogurt, »
4 items from 2011
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