A mid-century storage unit keeps plenty of books, toys and supplies hidden while still looking stylish. A white metal desk paired with a Tolix-style chair provides a homework spot with the addition of some fun accessories like the black pharmacy lamp and dice container.
To make mango spacho, pulse mango and mango nectar in a food processor bowl until smooth. Add remaining veggies, herbs and additional mango, cut to one-quarter dice. Blend in lemon, lime and orange juices. Season to taste.
This salsa may appear like a normal salsa, but the tomatoes are actually pieces of watermelon and the diced yellow mango adds to the fruitiness. Red onion, green pepper and cilantro bring the dish home.
Start by spreading the hummus on the inside of the pita. Then, stuff it with ingredients, placing the largest elements in the bottom of the pita first and the smallest elements last. Garnish with fresh-squeezed lime juice and cilantro. Optional: Add diced jalapeno for a touch of heat.
When in Detroit, get a coney dog. But when at Comerica Park? You'd better make that a Coney Dog Egg Roll. With a hot dog, chili, mustard and diced onions all rolled into a crispy, crunchy shell, this treat puts a fun twist on a local favorite.
Super satisfying and ready in just 15 minutes, this taco soup uses many canned ingredients like diced tomatoes, black beans, corn and green chilies. Keep a packet of taco seasoning in your pantry and ground meat (like the ground turkey used in this recipe) in your fridge and you’ll have a healthy meal the whole family will enjoy in less time than it takes to pick up takeout. Get the recipe >>
Skip the frozen bagel pizza bites and let your children customize their own mini pizzas using healthier ingredients. Set up a pizza bar with mini whole wheat bagel halves, marinara sauce and toppings like chopped vegetables, ground beef, diced ham, pepperoni, shredded mozzarella cheese and feta cheese crumbles. Once your child creates his own personal pizza snack, bake for around 10 minutes or until the cheese has melted.