Lost jobs and business during the COVID-19 outbreak have left many families struggling to pay for groceries, including infant formula.
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These three-ingredient dog-friendly popsicles from @jillianpgriffith are great for hot summer days and helping your dog cool off after a long walk. Packed with protein and fiber from the peanut butter, Greek yogurt, and banana, they’re also good for your dog’s digestive system.
If you’re looking for a quick, healthy breakfast option to replace your morning oatmeal, this keto-friendly recipe of perfect poached eggs over garlic butter broccolini from @the_keto_dieter is a protein and vitamin packed alternative you can make in under 15 minutes.
If you’re looking for something sweet, full of protein, and pretty to look at, try this layered peanut butter latte from @houseofcoffee. The only problem? You might not want to go back to cream and sugar after trying it.
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Lunches don't have to be complicated. You can simply target four items in lunch: a protein food such as meat, eggs, nut butter or beans; a fruit or vegetable; whole grains, such as whole-wheat bread, whole-grain crackers, pasta or a bagel; and a dairy food, such as cheese, yogurt or milk, which could also serve as a protein source, said Jill Castle, pediatric dietitian and creator of The Nourished Child, a nutrition education website for parents.
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