Back-to-school season can be hectic. The transition from lazy summer days to crisp early mornings and busy after-school activities can be quite the wakeup call, and it's all too easy to fall back on convenient meals that may not be the most nutritious. If anyone understands that conundrum, it's The Pioneer Woman! Ree Drummond is used to waking up at the crack of dawn to help her husband Ladd and kids get ready for . To keep kids happy and fueled, you need to be prepared with .
Even if you're serving picky or reluctant eaters, you can make healthy meals for all times of day that the entire family will look enjoy. There's no better way to wake up a snoozing house than with a like yogurt parfaits, overnight oats, or tasty pumpkin smoothies. If you're packing lunch boxes, be sure to include a or two and a that won't come back home uneaten. Oh, and you can't forget to keep the kids full until dinnertime! Homemade granola bars would make a great alternative to cookies and dessert bars from the local . Of course, you'll still find melty cheese, crispy breadcrumbs, and sweet treats in these healthy recipes for kids, because if it's not as delicious as it is good for you, what's the point? 😉
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