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.
Bananas and oats are the basic ingredients for this kid-favorite cookie, making it a healthy way to get potassium and fiber into your diet. Kids will love mashing, stirring, adding ingredients, and rolling the cookies into balls. This is definitely a hands-on kitchen experience!
Apples, berries, and grapes make this dessert a colorful and delicious treat! Yogurt adds some protein and granola makes for a crunchy layer. Substitute seasonal fruit for new taste sensations.
These baked apples have a hint of holiday flavors and are also good for you! Try using Granny Smith apples for a tart taste to contrast with the honey.
Younger cooks will love decorating their toast with delicious fruit, especially if they end up with a smiley face of their own creation. Healthy berries and whole-wheat bread make this a fiber-filled way to start the day.
This beautiful bowl combines all the vitamin C and antioxidants of some of your favorite fruits with the crunch of granola and walnuts. Add protein-rich plain or non-dairy yogurt and you have a breakfast that’s easy to assemble and fun to eat!
Kids of all ages will love making making this funny, nutritious recipe. Berries and bananas round out the bowl with an added boost of antioxidants and potassium, not to mention a sweet taste that kids love.
Kids will love this easy recipe that’s fancy enough for a Mother’s Day brunch, but simple enough to make any time. Tomatoes are high in lycopene and zucchini is high in vitamins C & A – all of which are heart healthy!
Beans are not just protein powerhouses, they’re fun to eat! Combined with whole-grain bread, this satisfying meal keeps kids full longer.