Picky Eater No More

Nonna Joann • May 12th, 2009 • Nonna's Nutrition News & Views

My grandson, Joshy, was the world’s pickiest eater. He only ate a few foods. At a mere two-and-a-half, his picky eating had already begun to affect his health. His parents were beside themselves with worry. They tried every trendy parenting trick to get him to eat, to no avail.
Baby Bites® was the answer to our [...]

3 Easy Meal Tips

Nonna Joann • January 23rd, 2009 • Nonna's Nutrition News & Views

Do you have a lot on your plate?
I do, and I’ve found that if I have three pre-made items at hand and a few basics in my pantry, I can whip up a nutritious meal in minutes. Also, it’s easier to have your kids pull together the evening meal when all they’re doing is combining [...]

Chicken or Tuna or Egg

Nonna Joann • October 1st, 2008 • Salads & Sandwiches

Tired of peanut butter and jelly?
Don’t know what kind of sandwich to make without nitrate-filled luncheon meats?
You can make delicious sandwiches for a school lunch or for a picnic. Be sure to pack with an ice pack. Not only are these sandwiches nitrate-free, but they’re less expensive than processed meats!
This recipe makes 4 sandwiches and works [...]

Italian Chicken Sticks

Nonna Joann • May 1st, 2008 • Main Course

Italian Chicken Sticks
You can feel good when you make these Italian Chicken Sticks, because they’re baked, not fried. These are guaranteed to please, not only your kids, but the gang when they come over to watch the game. Even the most picky eater will love these Italian Chicken Sticks! They’re also good to [...]

Leftover Casserole

Nonna Joann • May 1st, 2008 • Casseroles

Is it time to clean out your refrigerator? 
Throw together this quick and easy casserole with refrigerator leftovers and items from your pantry. Left-Over Casserole will bring out your hidden chef, because you’re creating a new recipe each time you make it.
Begin by opening up the refrigerator to see what’s there.
Saute one onion; ½ chopped pepper (green, red, yellow [...]