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Posts Tagged “Trader Joes”

Personal Pizza Party

Posted on July 21st, 2011 by Manu

By Darya Mead   Kids love pizza, I have yet to meet a kid who doesn’t love it.  Going out or ordering in can get pricey and I have had it with the pre-made crusts.  Plus, with all the potlucks and kid’s parties, I am so over regular pizza. I’m from NYC and am passionate […]

5 easy tips for a Healthy Toddler Snack Time – Yes GMO free

Posted on January 30th, 2011 by Manu

Well Kiddos would like to give you the parents of precious children the ability to avoid GMOs as the government currently thinks it is not necessary to let you know and Monsanto thinks the label ‘contains gmo ingredients’ could confuse you  Here are 5 Easy tips for a Healthy Toddler Snack: Avoid the ingredients mentioned above if they are NOT organic: Soy […]

KQED features ELF warning about Lead found in popular Children's and Baby Foods!

Posted on June 17th, 2010 by Manu

Lead Found in Children’s and Baby Foods A California environmental group has found lead in juice and packaged fruit popular with children. Many of the products contained amounts of lead exceeding state and federal limits for young children. The Oakland-based Environmental Law Foundation tested a wide range of brands, and found that a single serving […]

Make your own Kids and Earth friendly Fish sticks!

Posted on April 17th, 2010 by Manu

  Yummy, good for you fish sticks! (serve with a mix of brown and white rice and grilled veggie cabob) Serving Tip: Serve fish sticks in a cone to look like french fries or put them on sticks Ingredients 1 Halibut* fillet, cut into 1/2-by-3-inch strips (wild salmon works as well) Canola oil spray and/or […]

Healthy dinner in a hurry – Trader Joe’s Pesto jazzed up

Posted on April 11th, 2010 by Manu

Here is what you need for a family of 5: 2 glasses Italian  Pesto from TJ’s – drain well – now it’s low fat! 500g of your favorite pasta (Kamut Spirals from Eden Organics we like) 1 bunch of dinosaur kale or spinach or other greens you like/have 1 tsp of sea salt 1/2 cup of […]