10 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat More ProteinBy McKenna Fiddler on January 23, 2017
Kids can be tough to please, especially when it comes to food. If you’re struggling to make sure your growing kiddos are getting the protein they need, check out these recipes! You may even come across a yummy snack or two for yourself.
Almond butter and Greek yogurt add extra protein to this sweet and creamy cinnamon fruit dip.
This quick snack made from zucchini, eggs, cheese and oats is healthy and protein-packed.
Give this healthier alternative to chicken nuggets a go! These veggie-filled nuggets pair perfectly with a creamy dipping sauce.
4 Hour Body Girl
A gluten-free, paleo and vegan afternoon treat or dessert—guilt-free for you and healthy for your little ones.
The Big Man's World
These chocolate protein bites are made with flax, almond butter, oats and honey. Everyone loves chocolate, so they're sure to be a win.
Living Well Mom
These berry bites are a delicious snack or a healthy, protein packed dessert.
Happiness is Homemade
Step aside, tater tots! These garbanzo bean tots are just as delicious. They're high in protein, fiber, and vitamin B, too!
Super Healthy Kids
Popsicles are a summer staple. No need to feel guilty about your kids indulging—this treat is sugar-free.
The Nutritionist Reviews
No additives hereThese simple gummies are packed with nutrients! Kids love 'em and you'll love their wellness benefits.
Real Food RN
Opt for a protein filled chocolate quinoa breakfast! This bowl tastes just as good as sugary cereal, but it's way healthier.