Recipes

Cowboy Caviar

Kids love this bright green recipe that is super simple to make. The leaves of fresh basil should look vibrant and be deep green in color. Keep fresh basil in the refrigerator wrapped in a slightly damp dish cloth or paper towel. Try experimenting with pesto as an alternative to traditional tomato sauce. It can also add a new and yummy flavor to pizza and pasta dishes. Spread pesto onto a sandwich or try using it as a salad dressing. Most importantly, have fun!

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Watermelon Fries

What better way to incorporate colorful late summer fruit into your family's diet than with an easy and quick yogurt parfait? Kids will love helping create this colorful treat that features natural sugars as well as essential vitamins and minerals.

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Breakfast Panzanella

If you really want to start the day off with a special treat then you've come to the right place. This delicious Breakfast Panzanella recipe combines all different kinds of berries, fresh peaches and thick slices of challah. First you need to make the batter to dip the challah into, then cook it up and mix together with fresh berries. If you add a little drizzle of honey to the top it makes this breakfast dish next level.

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Mango Salsa

You want to know the secret to a successful party? It's mango salsa. This recipe is a crowd favorite so make sure to make enough for all of your guests to take seconds...and thirds. The mango salsa recipe is easy to make with just a handful of fresh ingredients and it's lots of fun to make with the kids because they cane help out with chopping and mixing.

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Red Rabbit Spring Harvest Tossed Salad

There are so many delicious fruits and vegetables starting to spring up in early spring so grab yourself some asparagus, green onions, lettuce, mushrooms, and peas and combine with our mouthwatering dressing. Your family and friends will definitely try stealing this one from you!

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