These days, there are so many unhealthy and processed foods out there, it’s not always easy for kids to make smart food choices. Some kids are picky eaters and may not always willing to try new foods. That’s why you’ve got to make mealtimes fun. Although making cute foods for your kids is not a miracle fix, I do believe that a pleasing presentation may help your child be more open to trying and eating healthier foods.

Provided by viewer Jillian D.

This lunch only took about 10 minutes to make, and I really think you could spend that amount of time making any lunch for your kid. A lot of people worry about what to do with the scraps, but we don’t waste any food in our house. I end up eating a lot of the scraps myself while I’m making the lunches, or I’ll save them in a container in the fridge for anyone to snack on later. I think I’ve come to truly love making these lunches for my kids as much as they enjoy eating them!

Low-Cal Caramel Frappuccino

It's all about the ingredients.

We all love a creamy Frappuccino from our local coffee shop. But they can really rack up the calories and fat with the syrups, sweeteners and milks. One drink can have up to 45 g of sugar! But you don't have to give up your favorite treats to stay healthy. It's all about ingredients and portion control. Here's a short and simple recipe for a low-calorie caramel Frappuccino you can make right at home and not sacrifice flavor!