For example, I consistently come up with tons of creative ideas for feeding my kids healthy meals and snacks (meaning I steal my ideas from people who are really smart).
My biggest hurdle remains school lunch, since I'm not there to
Here are some of my favorite eat healthy, mom friendly, websites that offer tips and recipes to make eating healthy a little less looney:
Better Homes and Gardens. My favorite magazine has a helpful website too.
Family Fun. This site, sponsored by Disney, offers tons of things a family would love, including healthy recipes that kids will enjoy.
Mom Logic. One stop site for everything Mom, which naturally would include tons of resources for the uncreative bunch of us that can't seem to think outside of the (lunch) box!
Momologie. A brand new site that offers tons of exciting options for everyday meal options as well as special ideas for entertaining. I'm excited to see where this site goes.
And, there are also some pretty awesome mom bloggers out there who do an amazing job of getting their kids to eat healthy, too. Here are some I want to be like when I grow up!
The Kitchen Witch. The only food blog I read regularly. I love her because she's awesome. Her recipes are edible and her stories are hilarious. Plus, she uses naughty words gratuitously and I sincerely enjoy a gratuitous F-bomb.
Foodie Tots. A recent discovery that makes eating healthy look very delicious. Her photos make me believe that Chilled Plum Soup is actually yummy. She's also a huge local food eater who can give tips and inspiration to anyone interested in learning to eat local.
The Toddler Cafe. She's fresh, she's fun, and she appears to have more creativity in her teaspoon than I have in my entire kitchen
Meal Makeover Moms' Kitchen. A very action packed site (recipes, podcasts, and magic meatloaf) that was just nominated for an award which, in my book, is awesome as I've never actually been nominated for anything unless you count all the times I nominate myself for stuff.
And, don't forget to check out Safeway's Eating Right Kids products with some Looney kid friendly items that your family might enjoy (the dudes like the wheat grain waffles, but that's really about it. We haven't really tried other stuff though 'cause Safeway is a bit of a hike from Casa de Dummies).
Disclaimer: This has been a sponsored series courtesy of Warner Bros. and Safeway. They provided monetary support and the gift basket that was given away and won by Deb Thaxton of Web Savvy Mom.