5 Superfood Snacks for the Super Bowl

Big sporting events call for big flavor! But so many of our game day favorites are full of fried, processed, packaged junk, they can leave us feeling rather unsportsmanlike after noshing on them all afternoon. Instead of reaching for the usual bag of potato chips or dialing up pizza delivery, aim to choose snacks made from real and wholesome ingredients.

Whether you’re cheering on Team USA in Sochi, or rooting for your conference in the Super Bowl, all five of these delicious snacks are perfect for fans of all ages. Bonus points: the fast and easy prep will have you out of the kitchen in time for kickoff!

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5 Easy Vegetarian Dinners

It’s not always easy to find the inspiration to cook new and exciting dinners every night. We get stuck in a rut, making the same meals over and over again. Why not switch up that rotation and try some of our favorite vegetarian meals? Cutting down on meat has health benefits and it’s easier on the wallet too. Check out our favorites for Meatless Monday and beyond!

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Savory Lentils

Lentils are a high-protein, inexpensive food the whole family can enjoy. They can be pureed for new eaters, cooked and stored in the fridge to be added to other dishes throughout the week, and are a great base for introducing infants and toddlers to various flavor combinations.

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10 Pregnancy Super Foods

You’re growing a baby. While you may want nothing more than to stuff your face with potato chips and ice-cream (or nothing if you are experiencing the much-dreaded morning sickness), now is the time when you should be thinking about what you put in your mouth more than ever. Everything you eat not only affects you, it impacts your baby’s growth and development. While there are tons of excellent foods for you to choose from over the next several months, here is a list of ten powerful pregnancy super foods to ensure that you and baby are getting the nutrients you really need.

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Spinach Fritter-Cakes

‘Tis the season for latkes and Swedish pancakes, among other goodies. Here’s our take on a pancake/fritter hybrid that delivers a good dose of protein and veggies during this season of indulgence. High in protein – and flavor! – this recipe is an easy one and the results are easy to freeze and reheat for future enjoyment.

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House Hunting With Kids

You’ve snagged the best realtor in the area. You’ve made a list of everything you’re looking for in your dream home. You’ve scoured every realty site for countless hours and mapped out the perfect route for a weekend jam packed full of showings.  You are ready to jump head first into the daunting task of house hunting. There’s just one little problem: you couldn’t find a babysitter. While the thought of hours upon hours of viewing homes with your little ones in tow makes you want to throw in the towel before you even begin, fear not. While it’s not the ideal situation, with careful thought and planning, you can successfully house hunt with your kids. If you follow these helpful tips, finding your dream home can be a memorable and enjoyable family task.

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New Year Tradition: Letters to Yourself

As the end of the calendar year nears, many people make New Year’s resolutions. This year, why not start a new tradition and write letters to yourself instead? In one letter, do a year in review and take some time to reflect on the best moments of the year and all that you’ve accomplished.  And then, for the second letter, try a different approach: write a letter to your future self as your future self.   Then at the end of the year you can look back and see just how much you achieved!

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Daily Mom 2013 In Review

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The new year is almost here and Daily Mom wishes you and yours a most Happy New Year! We are excited to welcome the new year and have lots planned for 2014. But before we bid adieu to 2013, we’d like to take a look back on the year. Read on for our 2013 Year In Review including our most popular posts and highlights.

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Ginger Biscuits

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Nothing says Christmas like the combination of spices and molasses. Whether in the form of gingerbread houses, gingerbread men, or simple molasses cookies, the sweet + spicy mix is one that usually appears only around this time of the year.

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After Christmas Sales – Our Favorite Decor Items

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Everyone knows that after Christmas sales is the best time to stock up on Holiday decorations for the next year. We went over Christmas sale offers from our favorite stores and would like to present you with the most beautiful, unique and affordable finds for Christmas Decor,  all up to 50% OFF!

Rather than filling your house with popular store decorations next year, we love the idea of slowly building a heirloom Christmas “stash,” buying a quality piece or two every year, shopping sales and creating a true quality Christmas in your home. We hope that these items, all of which are of the highest quality and on hugely on sale, will help you achieve that perfect Holiday feel. We’re featuring items from every style and design imaginable, so that everyone can score the perfect Christmas find.

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Kid-Friendly Homemade Granola Bars

Kid-Friendly Homemade Granola Bars

Granola Bars are the perfect on-the-go breakfast or snack for little ones and adults. But, most brands that you buy in the store are full of chemicals and preservatives, not to mention they’re high in sugar. The good news is granola bars are so easy to make and you can customize them to include all your favorite ingredients!

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