Your camping kids will be asking for popsicles all day long as they run and play with their friends in the summer sun. You may not want them to have all the sugar and corn syrup that go into the ones you buy at the store and would rather make your own. You can make popsicles that they will like and you will feel good about. Some ideas are listed below. [Read more…]
Have you recently been to a grocery store and priced a box of energy bars? If you are outraged at the high price that is required for a few energy bars then you may want to consider making your own at home. In fact, not only will this save you money but it will be a great opportunity to spend some time with your children as they help you put together a variety of recipes customized to their tastes. [Read more…]
Are you planning a camping trip in the near future? Do you want to enjoy fresh berry desserts during your time away? The warm months are some of the best months when it comes to enjoying many different types of berries. Sure, you can eat them raw when they are nice and juicy or you can add them to many different types of desserts to enjoy them in a different way. Continue reading for some different things you can make while camping. [Read more…]
When kids are hungry, they have no problem letting you know. If you want to be able to serve up some delicious food without slaving away over the stove, why not try whipping up some finger sandwiches? In this article, we will share two ways to make a yummy sandwich for hungry kids. [Read more…]
Start with a clean container. I like an ice tea jar or a mason jar to make lemonade in. Choose your favorite lemonade base and make your lemonade using fresh chilled water.
Leave a bit of room to add in some extra treats so that you can have a delicious and uniquely flavored lemonade. [Read more…]
Camping is a time that most parents relax the rules and let the kids indulge in a few extra treats. There will be ice cream cones, S’mores (of course), candy, and cookies pretty much everywhere. You can still curb the sugar rushes by packing healthy snacks and substituting them for the other stuff from time to time. [Read more…]
Traditional hobo dinners consist of a burger patty that’s been salted, peppered and placed on top of sliced potatoes. This is a good, basic meal that will fill up hungry campers, but some families prefer a little more flavor. Mashed, not sliced potatoes are what they prefer with meatloaf, so you can make your own version of a hobo dinner that provides a sit down, Sunday dinner feel that you’ll enjoy for dinner while camping. [Read more…]