Salads don't have to be boring! Check out these creative and healthy recipes.
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Next time you swing by the drive-thru, try these nutritious, low-fat menu options
- For a flavor boost to this classic kid-pleaser, add minced fresh ginger or garlic, sesame oil, honey, or hot sauce to the teriyaki sauce to suit your taste. Serve with steamed rice and a green vegetable, like asparagus or green beans.
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- Make delicious, healthy school lunches fast with fruits, vegetables, and other easy ingredients.
- Kids will love crunching on this tasty veggie dish
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- The fruit in this spinach salad makes it light and refreshing, and a sweet enticement for kids
- Kids can customize their soup by choosing from an array of finely chopped raw vegetables to scatter on top.
- Kids will love to eat this healthy, wintry holiday sandwich for a yummy lunch, dinner or snack
- Cranberries and chunks of apples give this holiday staple a tasty kick
- Salads don't have to be boring! Check out these creative and healthy recipes.
- Make-ahead food suggestions that you can buy, prep and store in one afternoon to last the whole week.
- Yummy make-ahead suggestions from celebrity fitness trainer Kathy Kaehler
- Kids can help by mixing the filling and spreading it onto the tortillas
- Give this kid fave a healthy twist with nutritious sweet potatoes
- Next time you swing by the drive-thru, try these nutritious, low-fat menu options which provide kids with calcium, fiber, and vitamins
- Marinating the vegetables in a balsamic vinaigrette helps to accentuate their natural sweetness and can make them more appealing to kids. The vegetables are delicious warm, and leftovers are yummy added to tomato pasta sauces or to salads.
- Even kids love this hearty, healthy soup with a tasty hint of citrus
- A delicious take on baked apples. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.
- For picky eaters, serve tomatoes on the side and pasta with butter or olive oil and parmesan.