This dip is perfect with all your favorite raw veggies. We recommend snap peas and carrots, but you can also try jicama, bell peppers, tomatoes…or any other kind of veggie you’re in the mood for. The more the merrier!
Roasted Garlic Broccoli
Broccoli is known for its high Vitamin C content, but not everyone knows that it also contains protein. It’s a favorite amongst kids not only because it’s tasty, but also because it’s the “tree” you can eat!
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are nutrition dense and delicious. This recipe is a healthier side-dish swap for traditional mashed potatoes.
Chickpeas (also known as Garbanzo Beans) are protein powerhouses! Combined with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, you have a refreshing dish that is perfect for a quick lunch, dinner, side dish, or pita pocket filler.
This recipe is simple and the perfect healthy side dish for dinner or lunch. Kids love the taste and just one medium carrot has more than a day’s recommended amount of Vitamin A.
Tomato Cucumber Stacked “Sandwiches”
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Lentil Lettuce Cup Tacos
Everyone loves tacos! Lettuce and lentils.
Black Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes are an excellent source of beta-carotene and Vitamin C among other important nutrients making it a nutritional powerhouse. Mixed with the savvory full flavor of protein-packed beans, this recipe is a satisfying and healthy dish.
Beans on Toast
Beans are not just protein powerhouses, they’re fun to eat! Combined with whole-grain bread, this satisfying meal keeps kids full longer.
Alien Avocado Toast
Avocados have a healthy dose of potassium, folate, and healthy fats! Together with whole-grain toast and a funny, alien face, this recipe is perfect for kids of all ages!