Family Fun Magazine and Meal Plans

Today was exciting for me as I noticed the March issue of Family Fun at Target!  I had heard they featured my plates on page 37, I turned straight there, and there it was!  Thank you Family Fun! This is the best day ever!


For those that are new to Super Healthy Kids, here is a little background:  I started this blog in 2007 to sell some kids plates I had designed. My intention in making the plates was to teach good nutrition through balanced meals for kids! Then, when I enjoyed blogging so much, the plates became the side-gig, while the majority of my time was spent writing recipes for the blog. The last 5 years have been wonderful and amazing, and I’m happy with the course I took to focus on blogging, while selling plates as well.

Last summer, my one plate, grew to 4 plates after the USDA came out with their MyPlate.  In 2011 I was able to sell 10,000 plates (thanks to the USDA’s new icon). Now, I have an entire garage full of dishes!

This was 1 year ago (with a shipment of 2000):





Then, as of today (I just got 20,000 on Thursday)


Yikes! I think I’m going to need a new house soon Smile

Here are my plates that I sell as of today:

Anyway- That’s a little history of Super Healthy Kids!  I’m still posting weekend meal plan ideas, so here is one for next week!

For the PDF of this meal plan, and hundreds of others, visit our Healthy Meal Plan archives.

For our meal planning website with nutrition data, pictures, and video’s, visit My Healthy Meal Plans

Lunch Snack Dinner
Monday  Swiss Muesli

with dried

apricots and pecans

Black Bean and Shrimp Quesadillas Hard-boiled egg Slow Cooker Tortilla Soup
Tuesday  Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Pita pockets with sprouts, tomatoes Cucumbers and Ranch Fresh Spinach and potato Fritatata
Wednesday  Winter Blueberry Almond Pancakes PB&J, apples, carrots Rice cakes with almond butter Black Bean Chili with brown rice and vegetables
Thursday  Cereal with peaches and milk Sweet Cabbage apple salad Pita Bread with hummus Spiced Apple Squash Soup
Friday  Scrambled eggs with whole wheat toast Pasta Salad with vegetables Pistachios and dried apples Caramelized – Garlic chicken with oriental salad
written by
Amy Roskelley

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Thank you a lot for sharing this with all folks you actually understand what you are speaking approximately!
Bookmarked. Please also consult with my web site =).
We could have a link exchange agreement between us

Michelle says:

I found out about you in the March Family fun issue! I am glad I did! Already ordered a plate and it came today! Thank you! That was fast! I am looking forward to spending lots of time looking at your blogs and getting many new ideas! Thanks again for this it is very helpful for this busy mama!

marissa says:

wow, congratulations…again, it’s AMAZING how far you’ve come and these plates symbolize a mother helping change the world of eating for our children…we ALL want our children to be healthy and in this world, these plates WILL make a difference…they already have!! SO PROUD! look at that shipment! woohoo!!! wow, i have the 3 section plate, but i’m thinking the 4 section is awesome too…wow! Wish you’d be a part of my spring fever virtual race and use a plate for giveaway…

Diane says:

Congrats on the plates and being featured in the magazine! Do you ship your plates to the UK as I am sure my son would enjoy one?

Hi This is Jessica I really Like your blog i check out many website for dieting tips but this blog is really nice and the tips r very simple and effective too Thanks for the post Awaiting for New Post

Traci says:

Congratulations on the feature Amy! You’ve worked hard and totally deserve it. I am so excited for you!

Lindsy says:

I was so excited to see your plates featured in Family Fun too! Congratulations! I love the new plates as well 🙂

Bruce Dickinson says:

Sara – I would love to take a tour of your house sometime and point out everything that is made in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Mexico, India, etc… I’m sure that Amy has looked into making her plates in the US, but just like thousands of other companies, they found out that our current government’s laws and outrageous regulations almost force companies to seek elsewhere for manufacturing their product. My family loves the plates, and thank Amy and her hard work and dedication.

That is wonderful! Congratulations to you, Amy!

Amy says:

Sara: Do you know a manufacturer in the US that molds melamine? I couldn’t find one. Plus I love the people in China. They are good people.

sara says:

The only bad thing about your plates are they are made in China. I only buy stuff made in the U.S. A.

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