Recipes

Nutritious and delicious? It’s true. Fresh fruits and vegetables—prepared the Kids in the Kitchen way—are tasty…and they contain the vitamins and nutrients your kids need to grow up strong and stay healthy. And don’t forget about meats, grains and dairy products!

Heart Baker

Heart Baker

Source: Bean Sprouts
Makes: 2

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Chic Choc

Chocolate Hummus Cone

Source: Bean Sprouts
Makes: 4

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Grown-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Source: Junior Leagues in the Kitchen with Kids cookbook
Makes: 2 servings

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Rice Pudding

Rice Pudding

Source: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and Office of Research on Minority Health
Difficulty: Medium
Makes: 5

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Fire Ants and Grass Clippings

Fire Ants and Grass Clippings

Source: Cecily Lilly, Junior League of Florence
Difficulty: Easy
Makes: 4

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