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Kids Collection

Make healthier eating a family effort with these kid-friendly recipes!


Lunchbox Roll-Ups

In 10 minutes, tortilla wraps, turkey breast, hummus, Cheddar cheese, carrots, and alfalfa sprouts are transformed into a lunch for kids—or adults!


Quick and Easy Peach Crumble

Home-made dessert doesn't have to be a hassle. This delicious peach crumble whips together in about half an hour, and goes great with vanilla ice cream.


Parmesan Chicken Dip

Headed to a party, or hosting your own? This hearty dip will steal the snack-table spotlight, and disappear in even less time than it takes to make it.


No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cookies

Craving some cookies, but feeling too lazy to bake? We've got you covered. This easy, all-ages recipe for no-bake cookies comes together in about 15 minutes.


Grilled French Bread Ham and Cheese


Meatball Pizza Bread

If you're craving a slice of pizza, but you feel like staying in, give this one a shot: cheesy, meaty pizza bread, ready in 30 minutes, with leftovers.


Crunchy Baked Cheese Sticks

You don't have to hit the frozen food section for delicious cheese sticks. If you keep string cheese in the fridge for lunchboxes and after-school snacks, you're halfway there—just add egg white and bread crumbs. Kids will love watching you make them and just might join in themselves.


Cereal Snack Mix

Pre-packaged cereal snack mixes don't give you control over ingredients like salt. This low-sodium snack mix with oats and raisins is simple, delicious and makes a great kitchen project for parents and kids. Feel free to improvise on this basic recipe.


Pizza Dipping Strips

Kids of all ages will love helping you prepare these delicious pizza dipping strips, and they'll love eating them even more. If you want a boost of flavor, try sprinkling the crust with a little crushed red pepper flakes or garlic powder before baking.


Peanut Butter Pinwheels

Looking for a lower-sugar alternative to a standard peanut butter and jelly? Peanut butter and banana is a combination every kid will love—in fact this is a project they'll have fun working on with you. These bread treats are great for school lunches.

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