Witch Hat Cookies

Cooking With Kids I have seen photos of these witch hat cookies all over social media for years and I don’t know what took me so long to make them. It is the easiest Halloween treat I have ever made and I will definitely be making it each year for my Nanny Kids. I’m sure […]

Zucchini Lasagna

Cooking for Families Many people are following low carb diets and enjoy zucchini lasagna. Zucchini has a lot of water in it so making zucchini lasagna is a longer process than making lasagna with noodles made with wheat flour. Zucchini lasagna doesn’t taste like wheat noodle lasagna. But it’s delicious. Grilling works best to remove […]

Deep Dish Pizza

Cooking for Kids Here is a Chicago-style deep pan pizza recipe I found on the epicurious web site. The pan in which it is baked gives the pizza its characteristically high edge which provides ample space for large amounts of cheese and a chunky tomato sauce. Don’t forget to add any pizza toppings the children […]

Sweet Sausage, Pears and Apples

Cooking for Families Preparing this dish will fill the home with the most intoxicating aroma ever. A mixture of orange juice and wine is infused with ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and anise seed, then poured over sautéed apples, pears, and sweet Italian sausage and baked. The meal tastes just as wonderful as it smells. Don’t worry […]

Chicken Milanesa with Maggi Ranch Sauce

Cooking for Families My Mom Boss asks for this both crispy and creamy chicken recipe over and over. I let the kids choose whether or not they want the creamy sauce on the crispy chicken. The parents like the radishes but I don’t serve the radishes along with the cucumber for the children. You Will […]

Salmon Burgers

Cooking for Families I know I should eat more salmon for a hearty healthy diet but it can be so boring. But I found this recipe on foodnetwork.com and it is so delicious. I eat it with a salad and a mini piece of whole wheat Naan but serve it on a brioche bun for […]

Crispy Breaded Eggplant

Cooking for Families Eggplant is in season so here is an easy recipe to serve as an appetizer, side dish, or to use in a main dish like Eggplant Parmesan. The garlicky Parmesan breading makes for a perfectly crispy coating even though the eggplant is baked and not fried. I serve it to my Nanny […]

Balsamic and Peach Chicken Skillet

Cooking for Families This is an easy skillet dinner is a breeze to prepare and it’s jam packed with freshness and robust balsamic and peach flavors. If you can use fresh tomatoes, herbs, even peaches from the garden it will taste even better. It’s a healthy dinner everyone in your Nanny Family will love it. […]

Layered Color Yogurt Pops

Cooking for Kids It’s still hot outside and nothing cools kids off quicker than a healthy and delicious yogurt pop. Adding colors to the yogurt and layering the colored yogurt makes enjoying the cool treats even more fun. Here’s how to make this super easy treat. You Will Need: Vanilla Yogurt Food Coloring Pastry Bag […]


Cooking for Kids This is my Nanny Kids’ favorite vegetable dish. Making it with fresh sweet corn cut from the cob tastes much better than using frozen corn if available. Picking fresh tomatoes from my Nanny Family’s vegetable garden made of taste even better. You can pack chilled succotash for picnics too. You Will Need: […]