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turkey meatballs for baby and toddler

Turkey Meatballs for Baby and Toddler

These turkey meatballs for baby and toddler are a great way to get in both protein and veggies in one delicious recipe! Whether you’re looking for finger foods for your baby, or a new recipe for your picky eater, you’ve landed in the right spot. This post may contain affiliate

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Pumpkin Pie Yogurt

Add the word “pie” and suddenly yogurt becomes a new exciting treat, and this Pumpkin Pie Yogurt will not disappoint! If your little one was delighted by their first taste of Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, like mine was, or they just light up at the sound of a treat, you need

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Red Lentil Pasta with Veggie Packed Tomato Sauce

This healthy red lentil pasta recipe uses pasta that is made from lentils, but you can also use traditional pasta, whole-grain pasta, or even gluten free like brown rice pasta and add lentils to the sauce instead. I’ll show you both ways to make it, depending on what you prefer!

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Healthy Sweet Potato Pancakes

Make these healthy sweet potato pancakes to switch up the weekend pancake routine. And veggies at breakfast? That makes you a total rockstar. Why I love these healthy sweet potato pancakes A healthy breakfast is the best way to start off a good day. Great days start with pancakes. So

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healthy apple crisp with oats and flax and vanilla ice cream on top in a white bowl

Healthy Apple Crisp Recipe (Low added sugar)

This healthy apple crisp recipe is incredible and will make you wonder why traditional recipes even have so much sugar in the first place…you won’t miss it! This recipe has over 50% less sugar than traditional recipes. Note: This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn

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2 mason jars of healthy chocolate smoothie aerial view with chocolate shavings

The Best Healthy Chocolate Smoothie

This healthy chocolate smoothie totally tastes like a milkshake but has added nutrition and way less sugar than a milkshake since there’s no ice cream added! I serve this for breakfast with a waffle or toast, but it would be an awesome snack, as well. Note: this post contains affiliate

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turkey meatballs for baby and toddler

Turkey Meatballs for Baby and Toddler

These turkey meatballs for baby and toddler are a great way to get in both protein and veggies in one delicious recipe! Whether you’re looking for finger foods for your baby, or a new recipe for your picky eater, you’ve landed in the right spot. This post may contain affiliate

READ MORE

Pumpkin Pie Yogurt

Add the word “pie” and suddenly yogurt becomes a new exciting treat, and this Pumpkin Pie Yogurt will not disappoint! If your little one was delighted by their first taste of Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, like mine was, or they just light up at the sound of a treat, you need

READ MORE

Red Lentil Pasta with Veggie Packed Tomato Sauce

This healthy red lentil pasta recipe uses pasta that is made from lentils, but you can also use traditional pasta, whole-grain pasta, or even gluten free like brown rice pasta and add lentils to the sauce instead. I’ll show you both ways to make it, depending on what you prefer!

READ MORE

Healthy Sweet Potato Pancakes

Make these healthy sweet potato pancakes to switch up the weekend pancake routine. And veggies at breakfast? That makes you a total rockstar. Why I love these healthy sweet potato pancakes A healthy breakfast is the best way to start off a good day. Great days start with pancakes. So

READ MORE
healthy apple crisp with oats and flax and vanilla ice cream on top in a white bowl

Healthy Apple Crisp Recipe (Low added sugar)

This healthy apple crisp recipe is incredible and will make you wonder why traditional recipes even have so much sugar in the first place…you won’t miss it! This recipe has over 50% less sugar than traditional recipes. Note: This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn

READ MORE
2 mason jars of healthy chocolate smoothie aerial view with chocolate shavings

The Best Healthy Chocolate Smoothie

This healthy chocolate smoothie totally tastes like a milkshake but has added nutrition and way less sugar than a milkshake since there’s no ice cream added! I serve this for breakfast with a waffle or toast, but it would be an awesome snack, as well. Note: this post contains affiliate

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Hi, I’m Kacie!

I’m a mom of two and a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. I offer e-guides and e-books (go to my Shop page), workshops, brand partnerships, and nutrition counseling. Check out my blog for nutrition and feeding tips for your little ones.

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