These Swedish Chocolate Cookies, often called “chokladsnittar” in Sweden, are a go-to cookie whether for everyday fika or Christmas time. Disclosure: Some of the links below are Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Simple. Fuss-free. Pretty. Rich chocolate flavor. Crowd-pleaser. These are words that come to mind when I think […]
Grazing vs. planned snacks. Which is better? The answer depends, though kids almost always benefit from planned snacks. If you find yourself grazing, you are not alone. Grazing, or snacking frequently throughout the day, is a common habit. It’s even more common when we are working from home and have access to snacks all day. […]
Working on getting out of the diet mentality and shifting your family away from diet culture? What you say matters. When I first became a dietitian I frequently threw around the words “healthy” and “unhealthy”. While I was a proponent of “all foods can fit”, in my mind, some foods were good and others bad. […]
A positive relationship with food is more important than “healthy” eating. Read on to learn more and get tips on how you can help your child establish a positive relationship with food. This blog post is based on both my personal experience and research. I hope it serves as a helpful guide, but know that […]
Implementing the Division of Responsibility can help you feel more confident and less stressed about feeding your children, whether you have toddlers or teens.