Links to five websites totaling almost 50 different ideas for healthy valentines treats/snacks and meals for the kiddos! Check them out.Read More
We are continuously ramping up the recipes, tools and menus here. Adding the over 400 recipes that resided in the previous ChildCareInfo.com as well as creating brand new posts with tools and cooking experiences!
Have you wanted to try collard greens but weren't sure why or how to make it? Or do you love collard greens but seeking a healthier way to prepare them? This is for you! Collard greens are in their peak season from January to April - now is the time to work it into your menu.Read More
We've compiled some actual menu plans to help you plan the meals in your care. There is a variety of sources ranging from CACFP specific to Moms helping other moms plan their months. Take a look and if you can't use the whole menu, maybe you can get some good ideas!Read More
A tasty casserole type dish that is healthy too. We tried the Sweet Potato Quinoa Bake from Super Healthy Kids and wanted to tell you what we thought. Cooked and tried by a novice skilled cook, a mom, 3 year old and a 14 month old.Read More
Family child care provider and blogger, Stacy Ransom, recently tried out a week cycle menu from the CACFP Meal Planning Guide. She shares with us pictures, preparation notes and how she and the children responded to the new recipes. Check it out!Read More
3 guides to help you determine what produce is in season! Knowing what is in season will help your budget and help you purchase locally grown foods. One guide helps you find out what is in season in your state, the other is a great database of many different types of veggies/fruits and another is a simple pdf print out for you!
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