Super Snacks for Super Kids
In Super Snacks for Super Kids, you will find a collection of simple snack recipes packed with the nutrition your kids need to feel energized throughout the day. All too often, the foods kids get for “snacks” are really “treats.” As often as possible, encourage your kids to snack on healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains rather than junk food or sweets. Snacks should ideally include a fruit or vegetable and be something that provides the type of energy needed for their various activities. This book will help you meet your kids’ needs so that they can be their super selves all day long.
Inside you will find only recipes that are reasonable for busy families to prepare, with a basic set of ingredients that you should be able to find in most grocery stores. These recipes are meant to be a guide, not a script — you can make additions or modifications to help fit each recipe to your family’s preference. We hope that this book will also spark your child’s interest in helping in the kitchen. They are much more likely to try a new food if they have been involved in preparing it! If you teach healthy eating habits early, kids are more likely to make good choices on their own, building a foundation for lifelong wellness.
100 page hardcover, 8.5 x 8.5 inches
ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Sarah Fox MD and Julie Stephenson
Sarah Fox, a native of Racine, Wisconsin, is a proud Badger, having trained at UW-Madison for college, medical school, and her residency in family medicine. She and her husband, Ryan, live in Mineral Point, WI, with their three children, Ella, Nolen and Lily. She practices full-scope family medicine and is passionate about promoting wellness in her patients and her community.
Julie Stephenson was born and raised in Southwest Wisconsin. Since college, Julie has dedicated her energy to helping children and families through education. She and her husband, Trevor, have two amazing children, Owen and Sophia. Julie is a freelance photographer and currently a member of the Mineral Point School Board. She believes when learning and leadership collide amazing things happen.
IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist