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October, 2017

Halloween String Cheese Broomsticks

These witches’ brooms aren’t scary at all—they’re super-simple and downright cute! Kids will love seeing them in their lunch box (they don’t need to know it’s a healthy snack *wink wink*), or add some class by pairing with dipping sauces and themed garnishes for a grown-up Halloween gathering. Enjoy! Halloween String Cheese Broomsticks Print Recipe …

October 23rd, 2017  |  Posted by Rootstock Editor | Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  2 Comments

Peanut Butter and Honey Grassmilk Yogurt Dip

I almost always find myself coming home from the grocery store with a big bag of Honeycrisp apples. Sometimes I’ll eat them plain, but more often than not I end up dipping them in peanut butter for an afternoon snack. Last week I was ready for something a little different than my standard apple + …

June 2nd, 2017  |  Posted by Annie Christianson | Published in Recipes

This Year, It’s All About the Kitchen

Mary Alice Shreve, RD, LD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a background in food marketing and the grocery industry. She attended The University of Alabama where she completed the Coordinated Program in Dietetics and graduated with a B.S. in Food & Nutrition. Mary Alice lives in Atlanta where she is working on her …

January 19th, 2017  |  Posted by Rootstock Editor | Published in Featured Post, Health & Wellness, In the Kitchen

Bring on the Sugar Coma!

Halloween is just around the corner, and kids are dreaming about all the booty they will collect from their unsuspecting neighbors. ALL this candy free for the taking? WHAT a HOLIDAY! But we all know that candy can take a toll. What parent hasn’t experienced (and thereafter dreaded) the post-Halloween sugar high, with hyperactive children …

October 29th, 2014  |  Posted by Wendy Allen | Published in Featured Post, Health & Wellness, Recipes

Healthy 4th of July Popsicles

I love making healthy 4th of July popsicles every year. We don’t necessary celebrate the 4th of July on the 4th. As dairy farmers, we don’t get the day off. Our celebrations happen when our local race track celebrates. We have a race car track in our town. Every Saturday night we hear the zoom, …

July 1st, 2013  |  Posted by Emily Zweber | Published in In the Kitchen, Recipes

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