Not only are single serving frittatas a handy way to nibble protein and veggies – they’re perfect for toddlers as well.
A good, basic banana bread recipe is indispensable when you have little ones in the house.
These light, crispy waffles take minutes to whisk together, but do it the night before to give the batter a chance to rise and develop greater texture and flavour.
Need an easy, healthy waffle recipe for Easter weekend? This will come in handy once the kids are back in school again, too.
A frittata – like a quiche without the crust – can be filled with just about anything; it’s a great way to use leftover cooked veggies, roasted potatoes, meat or even pasta.
Star Wars Identities is at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton until early April - a great way to spend spring break! If you can't make it, mix up some Jedi muffins instead.
Juicy peaches make a sweet contrast to hearty bran in these muffins, which are perfect for breakfast, an after school snack or to tuck into lunch boxes.
Try this banana bread recipe that's perfect for your toddler.
These bagels or pretzels are easy for toddlers to hold and chew, while mixing and shaping the dough is a fun activity for older kids.