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Baked Potato Bar
Vegetable Pitas with Avocado Tofu Spread
Quick and Easy Pasta Salad
Santa Fe Tortilla Pizza
Del’s Tofu Sour Cream
Almond Butter Apple Dip
Simple Peanut Sauce
Check out some of the other tips Dr. Pam has to offer:
Dr. Pam offers advice on “Cooking with Kids“. Pick up some easy ways to make cooking with your kids a fun experience.
Dr. Popper’s list of Kid-Friendly Lunches and Snacks with even more delicious and nutritious ideas for things to feed your kids. Find specific examples of foods to choose for both meals or snacks. Remember any meal can be nutritious as well as easy to prepare and snacks can be kept on hand for any time using Dr. Popper’s latest guide.
Want more tips on how to handle common situations and meals for kids check out the “Tips for Parents” guide.
“Tips for Making Homemade Baby Food” – Making homemade baby food is a great way to save money and control what your baby eats. It may seem like a daunting task, but with a little planning and practice, it can be fun and rewarding.