Articles Written By: Ann Dunaway Teh

This author has written 68 articles

Ann Dunaway Teh is a registered and licensed dietitian. She is the founder and president of Dunaway Dietetics Inc., a nutrition consulting business, and has more than 15 years of experience managing and consulting with school programs, athletes, individuals, restaurants and hospitals. Ann is the mother of two precocious children who keep her on her toes and inspire her to create kid-friendly recipes on My Menu Pal, a healthy meal planning resource designed to help families eat better together.

Little boy decorates his valentine treats

8 Healthy Valentine Treats to Make with Kids

Valentine’s Day has become a holiday filled with lots of candy and treats. Try to take the focus away from all of the candy this…
Little boy making holiday treats with his mother

8 Delicious and Easy Holiday Gifts You Can Make with Your Child

Around the holidays, I always look forward to making gifts for friends and family. Every year I pick out quick and easy recipes to assemble…
A salad make with kale and croutons, sprinkled with cheese

Switch Up Your Side Dishes With These 4 Fall Recipes

Aside from dropping temperatures and falling leaves, the turn of the season also brings a new crop of fresh, fall produce to liven up your…
Mother, father and their two children enjoying a delicious breakfast

5 Quick and Healthy Breakfast Options for Your Family

We’ve all heard that breakfast can be one of the most important meals of the day. Breakfast does in fact set children up for a…
Little girl squeezing lemon juice into a food processor full of chickpeas to make hummus

Celebrating Different Cultures Through Healthy Snacks

Food is an important part of different cultures and can be a fun (and delicious) way for kids explore the world around us. Celebrate and…
Berries, vegetables, mushrooms and herbs, neatly placed in separate jars

7 Tips to an Organized Kitchen

Every year, it seems like back to school season comes around faster. While we are busy preparing our children for new routines, it may be…
Two Primrose students arranging fruit on a skewer as the chef looks on

Red, White and Blue Recipes for the 4th of July

The Fourth of July is a time for celebrating with family and friends, and in my family, sharing food is naturally part of the fun.…
A young Primrose student fills yogurt into a popsicle mold

Summer Snacktivity: Fruity Yogurt Popsicles

With summer upon us, most parents are looking for fun ways to cool off with their children as well as keep them busy with engaging…

Slow Cooker Tacos: A Healthy Dinner Recipe

“What’s for dinner?” It’s a common question most parents hear on a daily basis, whether they are asking it themselves or being asked by their family members. After a long day at work or getting home late, putting a healthy meal on the table that is quick and that everyone likes can seem like a daunting task – but it doesn’t have to be! The following meal planning strategies can make all the difference in your day (and week) by…
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