Kidco Kitchen: The big Question – Quinoa vs. Rice

Many parents with young children are very familiar with the “white diet”. Pasta, rice, bread, cheese, perhaps with some pancakes and chicken thrown in the mix. It can leave you wondering how to get more protein and healthy items into their repertoire.

Carb Free Cloud Bread

This is a delicious home-made bread replacement that is practically carb free and very high in protein.


As the days get longer and warmer, it seems everyone in the family wants to spend more time outside and less time cooking. That’s why make ahead salads are great for dinner or a weekend lunch on the go. You can add and serve a few other items, and you get a quick, tasty meal that has something for everyone.

Crockpot Balsamic Chicken

With how busy our lives are, spending hours in the kitchen is not really an option. Let the crockpot do the work so you have more time to spend with the family.

Chia Pudding

This recipe is a healthy alternative to packaged pudding snacks that your children are guaranteed to love! Loaded with fiber and healthy omega 3’s, chia pudding is a snack you’ll feel happy giving to your children!

Healthy Cookie Dough Dip

Who doesn't love cookie dough? Well now you can have a healthier version of it!

Cooking on the Grill

Warmer weather means BBQ season is upon us. Everyone knows you can grill meat but checkout these delicious recipes for some alternative menu ideas.

Try This Zippy Tofu Recipe for Meatless Monday

Busy parents are often looking for quick, easy meals to prepare for the family. If they happen to be healthy and expand your child’s food choices, even better! Try this Zippy, Zesty tofu. You can create the marinade for the tofu the night before, stick it in the refrigerator and have dinner ready in a snap.

Cauliflower Pizza

Pizza is an indulgence that many of us enjoy, but often feel a bit guilty eating. Want to enjoy pizza with zero guilt? Enjoy this cauliflower crust instead! It’s gluten free, low carb and fills your little ones with an extra serving of veggies that they will love!

Did you know the foods your child eats can affect their skin?

Skin conditions are one of the most common health concerns affecting children today.