A whole website dedicated to fresh alternatives to processed "kid food."

Easy Homemade Kid-Friendly Mini Corn Dogs - Mom On Timeout

My Life of Travels and Adventures: Simple Toddler Meals: Part 2

Homemade goldfish crackers

Toddler Lunches: Going Beyond Chicken Nuggets, Hot Dogs, and PBJ Sandwiches. A good "go to" list when you are too tired to be creative:)

Lunch for kids

Fantastic article!! 30 days of meals at whole foods on a poverty budget;

How to Make Dried Fruit (Using Your Oven) by sparkpeople: Here's a great way to store up local and fresh fruits. (You don't have to have a dehydrator or a drying cabinet.) Here is a link to how much energy it takes to run your electric or gas oven at 350 degrees. (The lower temperatures called for in the recipes (130-180F) would be less. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/appliances-promotions/how-much-energy-does-the-average-range/oven-use-/pcmcat160300050011.c?id=pcmcat160300050011 #Dried_Fruit #...

healthy toddler snack instead of cheerios - the boys really like these, but I think they'd be much better savory instead of sweet. I have another recipe therefore pinned and can't wait to try it as I really like the texture of these!

Stuffed zucchini boats. Good with fresh zucchini in the summer.

kid food food

Stra wberries Filled with ready-made cheesecake filling, delicious and easy when you need to bring something to a party

Sprite and gummy bears... very cute and creative for the kids in the summer time.!!

Bag of frozen chicken in the crock pot. Put the cream cheese, corn, salsa and black beans on top and let it go for 6-8 hours on low. shred when done. serve with chips or as tacos. (This is super awesome, I make it a lot)

10 Healthy Kid Lunch Box Tips 7 Ideas (scroll down to article)

This girl lost 135 pounds and loves to cook healthy recipes. This is a list of her recipes. - check out a little at a time

Kids Lunch Ideas

Who needs potato chips and Corn Nuts? Make these roasted spicy chickpeas instead.

Corn Crisps..a little bit sweet..a little bit spicy...great as an appetizer or to go with a bowl of soup, stew or chili.

Super Cute and creative lunch ideas for kids!

Never shuck corn again. Cut an inch off the wide end and the corn slips right out...no silks!