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It’s “Breakfast for Dinner” Wednesdays

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By: Maria Smith Having breakfast for dinner can mean that Young Urban Moms have an easy, fast, affordable meal that their kids will eat Have you heard about “Meatless Mondays”? What about “Fishfry Fridays”? Now Log Cabin syrup wants you to add “Breakfast for dinner” Wednesdays to your weekly plan. Log Cabin just released new findings from their Breakfast Table Traditions survey which provided
3 Surprising Superfoods Your Kids Will Love

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By: Jennifer LeMaire Young Urban Moms, getting your kids to eat healthy superfoods could be deliciously easy! We've all heard the superfood hype. Eat spinach, salmon and quinoa if you want to give your immune system a boost and help prevent disease. But what about your kids? What if they won't jump on board the salmon filled superfood bandwagon? While some parents have resorted to sneaking superfoods into their
SouperBowl Winter Soup Contest 2011

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Young Urban Moms, join FoodieLink and Seriously Soupy at Jimmy’s No. 43 on January, 26th for the SouperBowl – a Winter Soup Contest FoodieLink and Seriously Soupy are sponsoring a soup contest/ all-you-can eat soup event at Jimmy’s No. 43. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Bowery Mission. New York - FoodieLink and Seriously Soupy are inviting contestants - both amateur
Guest Blogger: Fun Soup Recipes for Kids

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By: Serena Norr (Seriously Soupy) What's simple, healthy and your child could slurp right up? It's Seriously Soupy's list of kid-friendly soup recipes For the most part, kids are picky eaters. No matter how much you try or how finely you chop those veggies; kids have a way of spotting out the green and pushing it aside in disgust or in the form of a fit. As
5 Quick Recipes for Every YUM

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By: Niki Rosenthal-Rosales Quick and easy meals that can be ready in 30 min - 1 hour, and are sure to please the picky-eaters! I'm a single mom with two young girls.  I was born and raised in New York City, and here is where I also hustle as a chef to make a living and feed, bathe and care for my kids. Where is there time
How to Steer Your Child Away from Junk Food

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By: Heather Vale Goss Tips to help Young Urban Moms introduce healthier options in their kids' meals Junk food isn’t just unhealthy for the body, but it also affects the brain. Try telling this, however, to a rambunctious eight-year-old. More than likely they'll respond with an almost addictive plea of why's and declare their innocence of whatever punishment you're trying to cause them. But you have to
Feeding Dilemma: Formula and Oatmeal


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By: Charlotte Louise Nystrom New Moms must weigh all their options before introducing oatmeal to their babies diet If your baby has had formula but still seems hungry, should you add more formula or try supplementing something else? When discussing the topic with fellow moms, many recommend oatmeal added to the bottle or spoon-fed separately. A fuller belly, they say, encourages better sleep and a happier tummy. However,