Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013

By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Applesauce and buttermilk keep this simple cake moist and flavorful without adding a lot of fat.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Use fresh clementines, milk, a frozen banana, and ice cubes to whip up this easy smoothie in just 5 minutes.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Make this quick take on nachos in the microwave to cut down on hands-on cooking time.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Serve this open-face sandwich with a pinch of cinnamon to enhance the flavor of the apple.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
This doubles as a terrific out-the-door breakfast for kids on the go. Assemble jars the night before and store in the refrigerator.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Make your own pita chips in a flash—these crunchy snacks take just 5 minutes from start to finish.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
These sweet little sandwiches pair fresh strawberries with cream cheese and honey.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Skip the guacamole in favor of this protein-rich dip, made with edamame and avocado.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013
Mix rice cereal and cashew butter together for a crisp yet creamy sweet treat.
By Katie Sullivan Morford, Family Issue 2013