New: apple cinnamon loaf!
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by Lan Tran
3d ago
Let’s talk about the latest in our loaf lineup!  We’ve been focusing on snack variety lately, and this new Apple Cinnamon Loaf is one of our favourite additions. Bursting with real, naturally-sweet apples and the aromatics of cinnamon, it’s a game changer. It also happens to be egg-free and vegan-friendly, so even more kids can dig in without worry!  While perfect as a breakfast bite, this loaf is a great snack at any time of the day. The post new: apple cinnamon loaf! appeared first on Real Food For Real Kids ..read more
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New: chocolate chip cookie!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1w ago
Check out how our new cookie crumbles! Made with wholesome, toasty oats and a hint of cinnamon, our updated Chocolate Chip Cookie is guaranteed to put lasting smiles on faces. Not only does this snack provide comfort AND flavour, this winner of a cookie is egg and nut-free, vegan friendly, and can be enjoyed by more kids with dietary restrictions.  We love featuring classic favourites with a nutritious spin, and this new cookie is no exception! What’s your favourite cookie? Comment below! The post new: chocolate chip cookie! appeared first on Real Food For Real Kids ..read more
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Eid Mubarak!
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by Brittany Stuckless
1w ago
Ramadam started on March 10th this year and will end on April 9th with Eid-al-fitr, or “the feast of breaking the fast.” It marks the final day of dawn-to-dusk fasting for the Muslim community. Eid isn’t just any ordinary day; it’s a magical mosaic of traditions and togetherness and often ends with a feast. In Rabia’s Eid, written by Rukhsana Khan and illustrated by Debby Rahmalia, kids can learn about this tradition!  For the last day of fasting, young Rabia wants to join her family. After her dad tells her she can do a half day, she enjoys some cereal for breakfast before she’s re ..read more
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Returning: garbanzo bean tajine
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by neunotion
1w ago
a plant based blast from the past! Guess what’s back? It’s our Moroccan-inspired Garbanzo Bean Tajine! This scrumptious plant-based fave was last seen back in 2021, and we’ve brought it back for a new era of kids to dig into. We love including dishes that are influenced from international cuisines on our menu (it’s part of our Real Food Promise). Plus, it’s fun to say! The garbanzo beans bring protein to the table, and the accompanying seasonings are certified kid-approved while still providing the littles ones with some adventure and new tastes in their diet (hello, raisins?!) We’re pairing t ..read more
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April fools!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
2w ago
We hope the Real Food Magic Manners Multivitamins exist one day, but until then, keep enjoying real food and being awesome! The post april fools! appeared first on Real Food For Real Kids ..read more
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Happy nowruz 2024!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
Nowruz mubarak from Real Food for Real Kids! Nowruz marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the Persian New Year. It celebrates new beginnings, as families come together to embrace the vibrant traditions of Persian culture. It’s a time to visit relatives, exchange gifts, and of course, enjoy some delicious family favourite meals. Perhaps the most exciting part is the Haft-Sin tradition. This is a table presentation of seven food items that begin with the Persian letter S. The presentation usually includes the following (with variations): Sumac (Somagh – سماق) Vinegar (Serkeh&n ..read more
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Meet dean
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by admin
1M ago
Meet Dean Lane, who joined RFRK in December of 2017. What do you do at the Real Food for Real Kids? As the Production Master Planner at RFRK, I orchestrate a harmonious synergy between our production, supply chain, and menu planning departments. My role involves crafting intricate daily, weekly, and monthly production plans to bring to life our delectable and nutritious meals. Our culinary creations boast a distinctive flair, deviating significantly from conventional home cooking methods. Each recipe undergoes meticulous scrutiny against our production parameters, encompassing factors such as ..read more
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Happy international women’s day!
Real Food for Real Kids
by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
Like too many other industries, the culinary scene has historically not done a great job spotlighting women. At Real Food for Real Kids, we know how crucial women are to the world of food. Without the inspiration of mothers, grandmothers, and professional culinary heavy-hitters, Real Food wouldn’t be here today, producing delicious and nutritious meals and snacks for kids on a daily basis! So to celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re shining a light on some remarkable women who play a major role in shaping our nation’s food scene. Lulu Cohen-Farnell Let’s start by celebrating the culinary ..read more
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Great big crunch 2024
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by Brittany Stuckless
1M ago
1, 2, 3… crunch! The Great Big Crunch is a moment on March 7th where we gather and bite into a delicious, crisp apple (but it can be any healthy food! The Coalition is also doing a Great Big MUNCH this year to recognize cultures where apples are less common) as a sign of devotion to real food and real ingredients. Our team participates every year to support the Coalition for Healthy School Food‘s goal of securing nutritious school food for every child in Canada. Unfortunately, in 2024, Canada still remains the only G7 country without an established national school food program, and many kids ..read more
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Show veggies some love
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by Brittany Stuckless
2M 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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