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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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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