Amy Roskelley

Amy has a bachelors degree in Health Education. Before she started Super Healthy Kids, she worked in a variety of settings teaching about healthy living and doing on site health assessments. Amy is a mom of 3 teens who has a passion for healthy living. You can find her hiking with her family in the amazing mountains of Utah, running in the early mornings, or in the kitchen experimenting with fruits and vegetables. Amy’s kids will eat almost anything now, but it has taken a long time to get there so don’t give up!

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13 Healthy Halloween Themed Dinner Ideas

Make Halloween night healthy and fun with some Halloween themed dinner ideas! Traditions around food have a special impact that kids remember forever!  Thanksgiving is memorable for the Turkey, 4th of July for the BBQ, and possibly Easter for the…

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4 Spooky Ways to Play with Food This Halloween

Healthy Halloween Snacks! Halloween gives us a great excuse to play with our food. Carrots can become fingers, while blueberries can take on the look of eyeballs. With a little creativity, you can turn ordinary (dare I say, sometimes skipped…

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10 Parenting Tips from 10 Years of Super Healthy Kids: FACEBOOK LIVE + HUGE GIVEAWAY

Can you believe Super Healthy Kids is 10 years old this month?! And what an amazing journey it’s been! What started as a blog and a few boxes of kid’s dishware has become an empire! We’re proud that we’ve stayed…

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5 Tips to Get Your Teenager to Make the Family Dinner

My journey in teaching my kids to eat and make healthy food has evolved and changed over the last 10 years.  When they were young, I would involve them in small tasks in the kitchen as we cooked side by side.   I'd…

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Cheerios and our Trip to General Mills

Natalie and I just returned from Minneapolis, where we visited the General Mills Headquarters.   For complete transparency, General Mills has a blogger outreach program where they like to invite bloggers to learn about their products, their development plans, and their…

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Why Aren’t We Healthier?

What’s standing in the way of a healthier life for you and your family? Is it… Having a Walmart budget when you’d like to shop at Whole Foods? Feeling overwhelming by all the changes you’ll need to make? Wondering how…

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Beyond hydration: Portable drinks with benefits!

Ripple Foods Nutritious Pea Milk is a Dairy free alternative that's high in protein and low in sugar! We talk a lot at Super Healthy Kids about what to pack for school lunch, but we never talk about what to pack…

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Top 12 Adorable Butterfly Food Ideas for Kids

Healthy Butterfly Food Ideas for Kids What's not to love about butterflies!  They are colorful, delicate, and each one is uniquely beautiful.  Butterfly shaped food can be fun too! Whether you are planning a birthday party, or a teaching moment…

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Learn Cooking Skills at the Salt Lake Culinary Center

We learned so much (and had fun too) at the Salt Lake Culinary Center! Natalie and I were able to attend a cooking class last night at the Salt Lake Culinary Center.  Although it was technically "date night", we really…

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DIY- Refry

Make your own refried beans! You won't believe how easy it is to make refried beans in a Crockpot or Instant Pot. No soaking required! Homemade refried beans are cheaper, healthier, and more customize-able than the canned stuff.  There are…

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Stuffed Berry French Toast

Berry stuffed french toast is naturally sweet and rich! A wonderful breakfast for a birthday or other special occasion, without starting the day off with lots of excess sugar. The whole family will love this healthy and delicious breakfast. Who else is…

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Ay Caramba! Coleslaw

Sweet cranberries and poppy seed dressing on this crunchy coleslaw can turn around even the most hesitant salad eaters. Sometimes my kids ignore their veggies. Shocker, I know. When it happens a few days in a row, it’s usually a…

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