Show veggies some love
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1w ago
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, we’re returning with our First Love campaign to highlight why falling in love with veggies can do wonders for kids and their well being. Loving and appreciating veggies is a key ingredient in the recipe for self care and self love! From childhood to adulthood, prioritizing health is a cornerstone in taking care of ourselves and our little ones. Embracing veggies and healthy living is one of the best ways to show love to ourselves and our kids. Canadian statistics show that Canadian kids are not eating enough veg due to factors like the increasing food costs. While ..read more
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Books to celebrate black history & african heritage month
Real Food for Real Kids
by Lan Tran
2w ago
exploring culture through food & family There are few greater joys in life than a food-filled family gathering, and this heartwarming tale celebrates just that! In Grandma’s Tiny House, JaNay Brown-Wood uses counting and rhyming to engage kids and help them learn about the diverse and flavourful culinary heritage of the Black community. The story also explores themes of warm hospitality and strong familial connections.  Joyful pandemonium ensues when too many family members bring too many delicious dishes and drinks to the event, overwhelming grandma’s house in the best way ..read more
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Mac’n cheese video!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
2w ago
Watch how we make Mac’n Cheese the Real Food for Real Kids way, with our special secret sauce! We put a twist on this hearty classic with a couple surprise ingredients that amp up the colour & flavour naturally.  Click the image to watch our video! First, we mix in nutritional yeast to incorporate savouriness without adding extra salt. But there’s also another little secret which takes the flavour to a whole new level, and you may not be able to guess what it is! The magic touch? Lots of carrots! We mix puréed carrots into our cheese sauce to avoid using artificial ingredients wh ..read more
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New: lentil shepherd’s pie
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
a Real Food spin on a British classic You requested a shepherd’s pie, and of course, your wish is our command! Let’s scoop up the details on our Lentil Shepherd’s Pie! The plant-based protein filling is made of green lentils in an herby, rich tomato sauce, and topped with creamy sweet potatoes in place of traditional mashed potatoes to amp up flavour & colour. What’s more, we carefully designed this hearty dish without using dairy, gluten or soy, making this vegan-friendly recipe that can be shared with almost everyone. It’s the perfect meal for anyone to cozy up to on a chilly day. The ..read more
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Meet our new cast of characters!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
get to know these fresh faces! Have you heard the news? Our fruit and veggie buddies are making their debut! after! before! Here’s the deal: 2024 is a big deal at Real Food for Real Kids. We’re turning 20 this year and want to celebrate our continuously growing company and exciting journey by updating our look! With the help of B3Strategy, we developed these whimsical animated fruit and veggie characters! And with a hand from Minoh Inc, we are now able to show off our new buddies in our window display! These friends add a pop of colour, liveliness and joy to the Real Food facility (just like t ..read more
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New: pumpkin-red lentil purée
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
big flavours for tiny taste buds! This winter, we heard your calls for a veggie-forward infant blend and got to work brainstorming tasty flavour combos. The result was our delicious new Pumpkin-Red Lentil Purée, which combines yummy, kid-approved tastes with healthy eating! Packed with protein-rich lentils and delicious pumpkin, this is an irresistible addition for the little ones. The inclusion of carrots and caramelized onions add extra layers of natural sweetness and build upon the velvety smooth texture that infants love. The rich orange colour is also beautiful t ..read more
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Meet ryan
Real Food for Real Kids
by Lan Tran
1M ago
Meet Ryan O’Shaughnessy, who joined Real Food for Real Kids in October 2022. What do you do at the Real Food for Real Kids? I am a Products & Services Coordinator. I am responsible for finding new, and exciting products for the menu from companies that are just as excited as we are to provide healthy and delicious food for kids.  There are many challenges that arise when seeking out new products, but one of the biggest ones I face is allergens. Sometimes I may think I’ve got a great new snack for the menu only to find out that it’s made in a facility with nuts which means we can’t bri ..read more
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2023’s picks for your library
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
2M ago
share the joy of culinary knowledge! Nourishment goes beyond just eating healthy meals (although that is a big part of it!). It also entails reading about globally inspired recipes and cultivating a connection with food and fun characters. Just like last year, we’ve rounded up our favourite book discoveries for 2023 that are sure to put a smile on faces and spark learning. In fact, we loved the top three so much we gifted them to our clients this year for the holidays. Let’s take a look! Amy Wu and the Perfect Bao, by Kat Zhang, Art by Charlene Chua This story intertwines family bonding, maki ..read more
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Meet hannah
Real Food for Real Kids
by Lan Tran
2M ago
Meet Hannah Gaum, who joined Real Food for Real Kids in June 2022. What do you do at the Real Food for Real Kids? I am a Client Experience Coordinator. My primary responsibility is to foster open communication with our partners and ensure seamless coordination of our services. I offer support for specific needs and challenges that may arise for clients such as with their deliveries, our allergy management process, or general queries and feedback.  Managing periods with high call volumes and adapting to changes in client needs, while striving to ensure client satisfaction, poses both chall ..read more
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Meet bonnie
Real Food for Real Kids
by Lan Tran
3M ago
Meet Bonnie Sysouvong, who joined us in June 2022. What do you do at the Real Food Kitchen? I am a Super Driver. As a Super Driver my main responsibilities are loading the RFRK super vans in a safe manner followed by delivering the goodness of snacks in the bins to after school programs across the GTA and further east. Some challenges that I face are simply driving on the roads; you just don’t know what to expect so you really have to be on alert and cautious at all times. Especially when the road conditions are bad or in high traffic. What do you love about working at RFRK? I work for RFRK be ..read more
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