With positive reviews from the likes of Bobby Flay and Ina Garten, The Mom 100 Cookbook ($16.95, 364 pp.) written by Katie Workman, is sure to be the Joy of Cooking for mothers of this generation. With quirky tips like how to get sticky substances out of measuring cups and how to freeze presumably un-freezable foods like soups and stews, Workman will catch the attention of eyes and stomachs around the world. She also touches the sensitive subject of kids eating healthier, something she insists the younger generation works on. The founding editor in chief of Cookstr.com, Workman gives every mother little secrets that will get them through those everyday cooking dilemmas.

 

Ever in the mood for something light but also don’t want to be hungry fifteen minutes later? Jeanne Kelley’s new book, Salad for Dinner: Complete Meals for All Seasons ($35, 208 pp.), may be able to feed both desires. Just the cover itself shows the utopian idea, a beautiful salad filled with eggs, artichokes, tomatoes, and peppers tossed in delectable greens. This book not only focuses on the health side of salads, but the presentation as well, embellishing in the contracts in color, flavor, and texture of the dishes. The idea of the side salad is put to rest with Kelley’s filling and healthy creations, made for all seasons and all food connoisseurs.

A new candy bar flavor is available from Justin’s Nut Butter. Milk Chocolate Almond, with an almond center sandwiched between layers of nougat and caramel and covered in milk chocolate, has been added alongside existing Dark Chocolate Peanut and Milk Chocolate Peanut. The candy bars are certified gluten-free.

Happytot Plus fruit/veggie pouches are packed with fiber, antioxi dants, vitamins, minerals and choline to aid in brain development. Fortified with Salba for omega-3s, the line is free of gluten, GMOs, artificial colors, flavoring agents and preservatives. Flavors include Kale, Apple & Mango; Blueberry, Apple & Purple Carrot; and Strawberry, Kiwi, Beet & Pear. 

Life Extension offers Rich Rewards Breakfast Blend and Decaf Roast ground antioxidant cof fees. According to the company, the coffees yield “greater chlorogenic acid levels, an antioxidant naturally found in unroasted coffee, than other premium brands.” They have up to 254% more chlorogenic acid and let coffee drinkers get the benefits of heavy coffee drinking in half the number of cups.

Alpina presents Revive greek yogurts accompanied by gluten-free granolas. Flavors include Artemis’ Vitality (plain yogurt with a superfood granola), Hera’s Calm (honey yogurt with a chai granola), Aphrodite’s Youth (blueberry yogurt with antioxidant granola) and Athena’s Focus (mango yogurt with tropical chai granola). The yogurt is all natural and low in sugar.

Earth Balance added a coconut–peanut spread to its line. The spread is made with extra-virgin coconut oil and is sweetened with agave. It is also all natural, low glycemic and does not need to be stirred. The product comes in both crunchy and creamy varieties.

Stonyfield has come up with a greek yogurt for children. YoKids greek comes in two flavors: Raspberry and Strawberry. The yogurt is milder and less tangy than traditional greek yogurt while still providing the protein (six grams per serving) and calcium kids need. The yogurt is made without pesticides, growth hormones, GMOs or artificial sweeteners.

Simply Asia Foods introduces new Thai Kitchen dipping sauces in Pineapple & Chili, Sweet Red Chili, Spicy Thai Chili, Thai Chili & Ginger and Spicy Thai Mango flavors. The sauces are vegan and gluten-free. All are natural and sweetened with pure cane sugar.