Pack A Powerful Punch With Lunch
Packing snacks or lunches that won't be traded with friends or even thrown-away can present a challenge to any parent. Yet healthy snacks and lunches, like breakfasts, provide kids with the energy they need throughout the day... Save It!Rate ItReview It
Pack-And-Go Granola Bars
Finally, a kid approved granola bar... and while kids love the chewy taste, moms love all the healthy nutrients! Add a piece of fruit or small container of yogurt for a perfect snack!
Makes About 21 Bars Save It!Rate ItReview It
Looking for simple ways to excite your everyday snacking routine that don't involve the office vending machine? What about smart snacking options for the kids that will satisfy their hunger until dinner time? Save It!Rate ItReview It
Peanut Power Balls
Instead of taking store-bought energy bars on your next hike - try these. They taste great, transport beautifully without crumbling and are a lot less expensive when you make them yourself.
Makes 20 Servings Save It!Rate ItReview It
Pepperoni Cheese Sauce
For many students, field trips offer an exciting hands-on learning experience. This delicious snack can be made in the microwave and taken on the road. Contest entries must be post-marked by October 31, 2007.
Makes 4 Servings Save It!Rate ItReview It
These easy to make and hearty treats featuring sweet and tangy raisins and spicy beef all wrapped-up in flour tortillas are great pick-ups on any chilly day.
Makes 50 Servings Save It!Rate ItReview It
Pick Up Sticks
Most children need to more than double their daily intake of fruits and vegetables. For older children, you can try this easy and delicious recipe, featuring California avocados.
Makes 3 Servings Save It!Rate ItReview It
With Pringles Truly Original Multigrain - Great picnic food can do more than fill your family's hunger to eat in the great outdoors-it can also make a difference in your community.
Makes 4 - 6 Sandwiches Save It!Rate ItReview It