Parents: Are you already sick of playing the back-to-school snack tug-of-war with your kids, where they want a treat and you want them to eat something with good nutrition and no added sugar?
New schedules, sports teams, classes—back-to-school time brings with it a ton of coordinating and running around. Add to that the daily grind of packing lunches, and you’ll be ready for spring break before the leaves even begin to change.
Not having quality cooking and eating time together has palpable, real-life negative consequences on kids. Cooking together can be a fun and easy way to give your children the tools for a healthy, well-rounded diet.