• Chickpea Blondie Recipe

    Chickpea Blondie Recipe

    Desserts don't have to be chock full of unhealthy ingredients to be delicious! These Chickpea Blondies, brought to you by our partners at Healthy Hands Cooking, are sure to be a hit with your little chef and will teach them about healthy substitutions they can incorporate in their diet for the rest of their lives.

  • Quinoa Salad with Diced Jicama, Carrots, and Chopped Cilantro tossed in a Ginger Vinaigrette

    Quinoa Salad with Diced Jicama, Carrots, and Chopped Cilantro tossed in a Ginger Vinaigrette

    This Quinoa salad is a great recipe for your little chef to mix & measure while allowing them to add ingredients to taste. Having your kids help you create recipes with ingredients they are not familiar with or just discovering is a great way to get them to adopt them into their diet. Whether your kids have had quinoa before or not, it is also a refreshing and flavorful salad that they will love!

  • Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings

    Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings

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    It's football season, that means it's time for chicken wings! But if the youngest taste buds in your home aren't a fan of spicy wings, or simply don't like the slimy texture of wing sauce, it can make game day snacking a bit difficult. This quick and easy recipe for Baked Garlic Parmesan Wings is the perfect solution!

    Baking the wings makes them healthier, and the simple spice blend won't be too much for little palates. Plus, kids will love the crunchy texture.

  • Garlic Roasted Cauliflower

    Garlic Roasted Cauliflower

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    Looking for a new, simple side dish to add to your dinner lineup. This quick, easy recipe for garlic roasted cauliflower is tasty and healthy.

  • Sweet Breakfast Salad

    Sweet Breakfast Salad

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    Looking for a quick, easy, and delicious breakfast that your kids will love? Leave the toast and cereal behind and try out this filling and nutritious Sweet Breakfast Salad.

    Packed with the good fats of avocado and the vitamin C punch of oranges, this salad is simple but tasty and is sure to shake up breakfast time. Since it features easy-to-cut produce, your little chef can easily help you chop up the ingredients and build their own breakfast salad.