5 Kid-Friendly, Healthy Food Crafts for Thanksgiving
Keep little hands busy during your next holiday gathering with these food-based crafts.
Turn candy into wearable art — it’s a lot better for your teeth.
Use nuts and dried fruit to create an autumnal tablescape. Hand out little bags for guests to make take-home goodies.
Turn a pile of fresh veggies into a colorful Thanksgiving centerpiece like this turkey. When finished, use the veggies to make a salad, batch of soup or tray of roasted vegetables.
String this whole grain onto strands of thread to create fun and whimsical door decor.
Not every craft needs to be made of fruits and veggies. Let each guest at the kids' table assemble his or her own portion-controlled dessert with Giada’s Thanksgiving Turkeys recipe.
Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, Inc., which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition.