While your kids may be old enough to be home alone, you may not be totally comfortable with the thought of them using the stove to prepare their food (whether for safety or because of the inevitable mess that they’ll leave). Chef and registered dietitian Julie Andrews from UW Health’s Learning Kitchen offers three simple recipes that kids can make on their own so they can enjoy healthy snacks and meals anytime hunger hits.
With some nutritious ingredients and a few simple steps, kids can help prepare these healthy, family-friendly treats.
If you are looking for some ideas to spice up your family meals, try a class at the Learning Kitchen. Browse and register for our Learning Kitchen classes.
It’s amazing how fast the Summer weeks fly by, so it’s important to make the most of the fun and revitalizing options there are to recharge. Here are a handful healthy choices to fill these hot sunny days (and the rainy ones too).
Mindfulness is often described as an awareness of reality, or the present moment. Mindful eating begins with quieting the environment at meals and snacks and tuning into what is going on inside the body and mind. The following is guide to pursuing a mindful meal during the holidays, or anytime of the year.
Take a moment to relax. Breathe deeply in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Allow your belly to rise when you breathe in and fall as you breathe out. Ask yourself where you feel hungry; Mind? Belly? Anywhere else?