Recipes

Green Goddess Dressing

As the star of the show in one of our new snack items "Veggie Party" this Green Goddess dressing is sure to please both kids and adults alike. If you ever get tired of hummus or pesto, this easy-to-make dip is the perfect alternative to switch up your snack rotation. You simply combine greens like basil and parsley with a few other ingredients like garbanzo beans, garlic, and sour cream to get a deliciously addicting dip. Our recommendation is to slice up fresh veggies like peppers, cucumbers, and cabbage and enjoy

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Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats

Try to think about the last time you had delicious, cheesy potato skins - was it for the super bowl or were you out to eat with friends? We have an upgraded version of potato skins for you that puts a healthy twist on this notoriously indulgent food by using sweet potatoes instead. After baking the potatoes, combine the potato with greek yogurt, chickpeas, spinach, and shallots for a creamy, hearty filling and then top with mozzarella cheese. These are so easy to make and so much fun for the kids to help with stuffing.

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DIY Winter Chili Bowls

Welcome to soup season! It's cold out there and you and the kids are bundling up to face the cold temperatures and wind. What's better than coming inside to warm up with a warm bowl of delicious chili. This is a crowd pleaser for kids because they not only love the flavor but it is also interactive! Try this at home - it requires only a few ingredients and you don't need to pay attention to it while it's in the slow cooker.

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Seckel & Squash Soup

Our favorite fuzzy fruits have been so sweet the last couple of weeks. Make sure to take advantage while you can still find them in surplus with a low price tag in store! We have the perfect recipe to highlight the delicious fruit as well as make it fun for the kids to participate. Enjoy this refreshing treat as an afternoon snack or a pool side with a long twisty straw.

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Homemade Zucchini Bread

During the fall and winter months, you'll see squash and zucchini appear all over our menu as they are locally available and so sweet. Zucchini muffins were a natural addition because they are nutrient-packed and a delicious treat that kids could enjoy for either breakfast or snack. This alternative bread version is perfect for making at home and pairs wonderfully with a cup of tea or glass of milk for the little ones. Keep in mind, this version uses greek yogurt, so you can sub more apple sauce should you want a dairy free option!

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