Before you grab the frozen uncrustables from the freezer aisle, check out how to make your own at home! Made with your choice of ingredients, these are the much healthier and budget-friendly lunch option.
Watch how easy these homemade frozen uncrustables are to make in the video below:
Strawberry fruit leather is a fun and healthy snack that provides nutritious vitamins kids need in a fun little roll that they’ll love. Fruit roll ups are perfect for an on-the-go snack or an addition to any lunchbox, you won’t believe how easy it is to make! Just watch…
This time of year tends to lean toward craziness. With the school year winding down, the calendar is full of activities that have my family on the run most days. I love all the activity of ball games, practices and school programs, but it does become difficult to keep up with the demands of the family, job and house. It forces me to be a bit more organized, planning meals and making sure I have snacks on hand to grab as we run out the door.
Need an easy way to get more veggies in your kid’s meals? Meatloaf is one of those recipes that is versatile and it’s really easy to make. Using leftovers, these veggie and meatloaf swords pack a fun veggie-filled school lunch!
There is no better way to cook vegetables than roasting. It brings out all the flavors and crisps them up nicely. No one at the dinner table will be able to resist! This recipe for roasted fall vegetables requires just one-pan (easy clean-up! yay!) and is the perfect side dish for a weeknight dinner. You could also double the recipe and serve it on your Thanksgiving table!
Looking for a yummy strawberry muffin recipe to use up your frozen strawberries? This is the perfect one!
Muffins are perfect year-round for a quick breakfast on-the-go or a sweet addition to an awesome school lunch. Don’t have time to whip these up from scratch? Check out this post and learn how to freeze muffins.
From these warms muffins to a bowl of hot chili or soup, MOMables has enough recipes and ideas to see you through the fall—come and see!
These muffins are very quick and easy to put together. You can have your kids help you out, and in no time, you’ll have some delicious muffins ready, straight out of the oven!
It may be difficult to wait, but trust me, you’ll want to let them cool down, or you’ll burn your tongue (not that I would know!). The turbinado sugar adds just a little bit of sweetness and crunch to the top of the muffin, which I particularly enjoy, but it is completely optional and can be omitted.
I usually prefer baking my muffins in either silicone baking cups, or directly in the pan, to reduce waste and to save money. For this recipe, I actually did have some liners in the pantry and decided to try out the recipe with them to see how they would bake. I determined that if you are using paper liners, I would add a bit of cooking spray to prevent the muffins from sticking, or you can scrape the stuck muffin parts off the liner with your teeth. My daughter prefers to do the latter.
But what happens when you get so excited that you make tons of batter? Well, freeze it for a quick breakfast for tomorrow or the next day! See How to Freeze Muffins here!