How about a low-carb cookie that’s also a cool science experiment? Watch your brown cookie batter turn St. Patty’s green as it bakes in the oven — a chemical reaction between sunflower seeds and baking soda!
No food coloring here; just healthy greens your kids will never know are in there.
Can kids with type 1 diabetes have cookies? Yes. For breakfast? YES.
Frozen isn’t the only way to get your morning fruit fix.
by Jen M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
My kids have been enjoying this warm chocolate fix without any added sugar for many years.
Put this sweet, creamy summer staple on a stick for a fraction of the carbs.
For super easy zero-carb frozen pops, freeze sugar-free sports drink in ice pop molds. Or, if you don’t mind a few carbs, make this gorgeous fresh-fruit version with just a couple more steps.
We love a good lower-carb holiday treat! Get the how-to and nutrition info here.
You’ll need the luck of the Irish to find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow; making this gorgeous lower-carb pizza is much easier.
With just three ingredients, these Strawberry Santas are the perfect sweet treat for a holiday party. Older kids may even enjoy helping to make them. The best part: Each one has only 3 grams of carbs!