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Quick Lemon Cheesecake

This cheesecake requires no baking and no fuss! It’s absolutely delicious and can be made the night before at your next dinner party. Active time: 20 min – Start to Finish: 40 min Ingredients 14 oz Graham crackers 16-oz Whipped Cream cheese 2 Lemons, juiced and zested 2 cups Heavy cream Sugar Kosher salt Olive […]

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Okonomiyaki with Japanese Mayo

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savory cabbage pancake. It’s a quick and easy entrée that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or as a snack. “Japanese mayo” has a bit more sweetness and acidic flavors than regular mayo. Active time: 20 min – Start to Finish: 40 min Ingredients 1 head of red or green cabbage, […]

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Yogurt Parfait with Homemade Granola

A sweet desert that consists of fresh fruit, nutty crunchy granola, and creamy tangy yogurt. This sweet treat can also be served for breakfast to start the day right. Active time: 15 min – Start to Finish: 25 min Ingredients: 6 cups Greek Yogurt 3 cups instant oats 1/3 cup maple syrup +2 Tbs 4 […]

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Rigatoni with Lemon & Asparagus

Active Time: 30 min – Start to Finish: 40 min Ingredients 2 lb Rigatoni 2 lemons 2 lbs asparagus, chopped into 1” pieces 8 oz parmesan cheese, grated 3 garlic cloves, chopped Extra virgin olive oil Kosher salt and pepper Directions: Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add 2 Tbs salt. […]

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Spinach and Apple Salad with Crostini

Here’s a fresh salad that gets kids to eat spinach because of its flavor and delicious dressing. Active time: 15 min – Start to finish 35min Ingredients 2 large 10-oz baby spinach 2 granny smith apples, chopped 4 Roma tomatoes, chopped 6 oz mozzarella cheese, cubed 1 loaf baguette or sour dough, thinly sliced Extra […]

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Easy Ceviche with Tuna and Crackers

Here’s a quick and easy appetizer made with simple ingredients that’s loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids and protein. You can make it in under 10 minutes, and enjoy with crackers for a great after-school snack. Active time: 10 min – Start to Finish: 30 min Ingredients 4 3-oz cans of Tuna in water Juice of […]

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Healthy Veggie Fried Rice

Kids love fried rice, but here’s a healthier version using brown rice. Brown rice has more fiber and protein than regular white rice, meaning kids will have sustained energy and more vitamins in each bite! Active time: 15 mins Start to finish: 50 mins Ingredients: 8 cups of cooked brown rice (4 cups raw)* 3 […]

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