By Jamie Leach
Yogurt is a wonderful option for breakfast, a snack or even a dessert but you have to watch the added sugar content.
Beans are a very nutritious food. They're loaded with protein and fiber, plus they're cheap and take little time to prepare.
Some eggs are also fortified with omega-3 fatty acids, which aid in kids' brain development.
Avocados are full of healthy benefits and are an easy way to get healthy fats into your child's diet.
Wash a sweet potato, poke some holes in it and microwave it for 3-5 minutes (depending on its size).
If your child doesn't like cow's milk, there are a variety of alternatives on shelves.