Preparing meals and snacks each day is one of the most demanding parts of parenthood. Planning, shopping, cooking, cleaning up, being a human snack dispenser…some weeks, it just feels like too much.
(When I say ‘some weeks’ I mean 50 out of 52!)
You’d think that putting so much love and effort into feeding your family would guarantee success, right?! Wrong!
I’m pretty sure their little noses smell our food desperation. They’re like…
“Mom tried hard? Hold my juice box! I’m going IN!”
For all that work, you get “thanked” by them taking 2 bites and throwing the rest on the floor.
Or coming home with an untouched lunch.
Or the fun surprise that their favorite meal yesterday will no longer be tolerated as of today.
But you do care about what they eat each day. So alone and
unthanked, you venture back to Target and start the cycle over again.
Or at least that’s what you did, until now!
No more guessing, buying the wrong stuff, or reading tons of nutrition labels!
Get “fast” food every night!
Hey friend, I’m Kacie, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and mama of 2. I’m here to help you feed your family without stress, guilt, or chaos!
I started Mama Knows to help you make cooking, grocery shopping, and kids’ nutrition a little simpler. With shortcuts to healthy, kid-friendly meals that are easy on you, I know this guide will make one of the most demanding parts of parenthood feel a little easier.
BONUS! Sweet Treat Cheat Sheet
I’ve also included my Sweet Treat Cheat Sheet… so literally everything you need to feed your family is in one convenient place.
This is primarily meant for children 1+. If you are starting solids, check out my free Simply Solids Guide!
Yes, this is a digital resource! The Meal & Snack Survival Guide was designed to be easily accessed on a computer or mobile device. The guide includes an index that allows you to easily navigate back and forth through the guide.
If you prefer to print the guide, instructions on how to print are included, along with a recommended printing service if you prefer to order a copy from a printer. There is also a print-optimized black and white copy available with your purchase.