Healthier Meal Makeovers: Cooking Connections By TheMotherhood and ConAgraFoods

Before the month of January, I started to prepare my family by telling them that I will no longer fry any foods, buy any junk foods such as chips and cookies and they will have to learn how to eat new healthy foods such as veggies and whole grains.

Needless to say, my kids were not happy.  Little by little, they are adjusting pretty well but my five year year old needs more time. What can I say – she’s the pickiest of the bunch.  My husband and I are trying really hard to introduce different foods to her palette but she’s one tough cookie.  That’s ok because we are not quitting! Studies show it takes about 30 days for something to become a habit so let’s hope eating veggies and whole grains will become her habit. 😉

I’m happy to announce that I will be co-hosting an upcoming class in the Web’s first-ever virtual cooking school, Cooking Connections, and I would love for all of you to join me!

Here’s what you need to know to participate:


Wednesday, Feb. 23, at 1 p.m. ET {Tomorrow!}


TheMotherhood – here is the link to the page where the class will be held:

And here is the registration page for all Cooking Connections classes:


The class I am co-hosting is called “Healthier Meal Makeovers.” Hosted by Rachel Matthews (A Southern Fairytale), Renee Ross (Cutie Booty Cakes) and Vanessa Druckman (Chefdruck Musings).

During the class, all of us will provide our best suggestions for making family friendly meals that are nutritious AND delicious.  Join us to exchange recipes, ask questions, share your own suggestions and learn a few simple tips and tricks for making meals healthier!

Here’s a list of the fabulous co-hosts:

Christine Satterfield, I Dream of Clean,
Ilina Ewen, Dirt and Noise,
Jessica Binder, Food Mayhem,
Serena Yuen Beltz, Fresh, Local and Best,
Lisa Perez, New York Chica,
Katie Goodman, Good Life Eats,
Wendy O’Neal, Around My Family Table,
Amanda White, Oh Amanda,
Debbi, Debbi Does Dinner Healthy,
Denise Sawyer, Wholesome Mommy,
Julie, Dinner with Julie,

I hope to see you there!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. The class is sponsored by ConAgra and hosted by TheMotherhood.


  1. This is awesome, Lisa! I will try to plan my lunch break around it so that I can support you, my dear! Yes… keep at it with your daughter, and she’ll get there.
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