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Our delicious new blog speaks to the possibilities of what parents and children can discover in the kitchen: new foods, fun, creativity and learning.

Eating for Health - and for Fun!

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PBS and Produce for Kids have joined forces to help families make smart food choices.

  • For Your Kids

Hungry, Hungry Herbivore

Dinosaur Train

Direct a dino to dine on leafy greens in this game about herbivores. Then discuss why eating veggies is healthy for humans too.

Flowers for Supper


Make mac and cheese into a flower creation with this dinner idea from Teletubbies - see kids excited to eat. Get the recipe.

Educational Eating

Boy and groceries

Food has benefits beyond nutrition. Turn grocery shopping, cooking, and eating into teachable moments for kids. Start at the supermarket!

Dynamic Diet

Girl eating strawberry

Even for a child who has developed picky eating habits, it is never too late to introduce new (and healthier!) foods. Find out how.

Size Up Servings

Polite boy at dinner

Dish out kid-appropriate portions at mealtime with this serving size guide from Ready for Life. See how your servings measure up.

Play With Your Food

Girl with starfruit

Make food fun! Call dinner the "dish du jour," or place a funky fork next to your child's plate. Make kids happy to eat healthy.

Buy Food on a Budget

Mom with coupons

It's easy to overspend at the supermarket, especially with eager kids in tow. Sticking to a list helps. Get other thrifty tips for food shopping.

Recipe Finder

Find healthy recipes from your favorite PBS KIDS programs.

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