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New guest blogger opportunities!

Consider becoming a guest blogger for or submit a video short! Your words of wisdom or video may be shared with our subscribers. Unfortunately, we are not able to pay for posts or videos at this time. But, this is a great chance to share your knowledge about nutrition, parenting, and healthy living with our supportive and friendly community of viewers. Please note that all submissions may be edited for clarity, grammar, and language.

What we are looking for: Short Videos - Cooking

We are looking for short videos (1 minute or less) from WIC participants on the following topic:

How do you use your WIC benefits?

(Submit by March 30th or before).

You know how it goes, suddenly you look into your pantry and see 3 jars of peanut butter or multiplying boxes of cereal! You aren't going to let one bit of your benefits go to waste! So, what do you do with the excess? What recipes are you making? How do you make good use of all the WIC ingredients without wasting any? Maybe you have three ways you use peanut butter or recipes that use a lot of milk? In a short video format, show us how you make the best use of your WIC food ingredients. We would love to see your ideas and share them with other families who are looking for ways to use their benefits fully. Your video might make an appearance in an upcoming lesson!


  • Less than a minute long

  • Provide written recipe (quantity of ingredients and directions)

  • Include a written bio of yourself (3 sentences or so)

  • Record the video with a horizontal screen shot shown below

Do you need some inspiration? Check out one of our most popular recipes with a video short, Banana Oat Yogurt Smoothie or look up short cooking videos online.

Blog Posts

We are looking for short (500 words or less) guest posts from WIC participants on the following topics:

1. How does the future of the environment impact your food choices?

(Submit by March 25th or before).

March is National Nutrition Month! The theme this year is Fuel for the Future. How do you make simple, sustainable, healthy changes to your lifestyle? Tell us about your vegetarian or plant-based recipes or home gardening adventures! How do you use beans/legumes? Do you hunt or fish? Do you have a favorite homemade vegetarian/vegan burger recipe? What's your favorite way to make tofu? How do you compost? Tell us about ways you are environmentally conscious with the foods you choose to offer.


2. How do you use up your WIC-approved foods?

(Submit by March 25th or before).

We know that sometimes you have a pantry full of peanut butter or an extra gallon of milk because the benefits are too important to waste. What do you do with the excess you don't want to pass up or let spoil? Share what you are cooking up in your kitchens! We would love to hear about your tried and true favorite WIC-food-based recipes. Tell us the ingredients, the process, and why they are your favorite! Sharing the love of food makes the world a better place!

Maybe you need a little help with your brainstorming. We invite you to check out our Health eKitchen, where you will find over 250 recipes that will make you want to put your apron on and get cooking - or not. . .there are No Cook recipes there too!


3. How do you get your kids excited about food and meal prep?

(Submit by March 25th or before).

Food prep and meal times provide great opportunities for families to spend time together. Whether it's planning the meals and snacks for the week, shopping for the ingredients, shucking the corn, or sharing the responsibilities of clean up - it always makes for quality time. How do you include your young ones? Do you have favorite meals you like to prepare together? Do you have good tricks when food shopping with children? Please share how you get your kids excited about the deliciousness of food and togetherness!

Want some ideas for inspiration? Check out our free lesson titled Making Mealtime A Family Time. You can find it in the Feeding Your 2 to 5-Year-Old category.


To submit your post, simply write an email to and attach a Word Document or a link to a Google doc. Be sure to also include a short bio (about 3 sentences is fine) and a picture of yourself, if you would like to share one. In addition, we encourage you to send topic-related images of your kids in action - these add such a great personal touch to your post!

And check out this page to get some tips for blog writing success.

Thank you for considering becoming a guest blogger! We will reach out via email if your post has been selected for publication. And, if you have other ideas for posts that are not about the topics above, you can also email those to

Please Note: This opportunity is volunteer-based. We are unable to compensate our writers at this time.

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