By the end of the week, you might have leftovers in the fridge. A smart way to use up your leftovers is to make stuffed baked potatoes! Letting your kids make their own stuffed potato is a fun and easy way to get them involved in the kitchen. Kids helping in the kitchen boosts their… Read more »
Everyone should have access to healthy, nutritious foods. The Virginia Family Nutrition Program encourages Virginians to eat smart by making healthy food and lifestyle choices. Learn how to plan and cook healthy snacks and meals on a budget.
Physical activity is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle. The Virginia Family Nutrition Program encourages Virginians to move more at whatever level is most comfortable for them. Small changes over time will help you and your family stay happy and healthy now and in the future.
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Our Better Pantry series shared ideas for healthy foods to keep on hand that are low-cost and can be used for many different meals. Check out our recommendations for shelf-stable items before we begin brainstorming ideas for creating meals from these ingredients. And since we’re currently in hurricane season and may experience some effects from… Read more »
Do you want to make eating vegetables more fun for your family? Are you looking for a quick and easy snack for your kids? There are many low-cost ways to create savory vegetable dips for a yummy snack. The best way to start your dips is by using a healthy base, like low-fat plain greek… Read more »