Hooked on Healthy: 7 Good-for-You Foods Your Toddlers Might Actually Like

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Honey
Instead of sugar, try making honey part of your family's routine. We drizzle it on everything from yogurt to pancakes and even put it in our coffee. For baking, you can almost ... more 
Photo by: Foodlets
Honey
Instead of sugar, try making honey part of your family's routine. We drizzle it on everything from yogurt to pancakes and even put it in our coffee. For baking, you can almost always substitute half the sugar called for with honey, then add a few minutes of cooking time. Sugar is actually addictive, high in calories and linked to many health problems such as diabetes. Honey, especially fresh local honey, is an excellent substitute. TRY: Coconut Milk Chia Seed Pudding with Honey

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Tue, Aug 13, 2013 2:06 PM EDT
We've got three kids under the age of four at our house, and while it's certainly crazy, we're doing our best at one thing: instilling healthy eating habits early. These are 7 of our favorite foods, each one packed with nutritional benefits, plus recipe ideas for introducing them to your crew.


-By Charity Curley Mathews



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