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Healthy Snacks

When recipes for kids are this nutritious, food is fuel for their growing bodies!

Greek yogurt acts as the base for this creamy, custard-like raspberry #dessert.

No-Bake Holiday Treats

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Scoop ice cream or frozen yogurt into hollowed out oranges and top with a drizzle of pureed frozen raspberries for a sweet single-serving #snack or #dessert.

No-Bake Holiday Treats

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Even a picky kid will flip over tomatoes and olives when they're used to make this cute ladybug #vegetable snack.

Play with Your Food

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Keep the skins on red apples, add a bit of water, and simmer to make your easiest (and pinkest) batch of applesauce ever.

Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy Families

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  • Kerrie Lorenzo

    Loved making pink applesauce as kids. It was a big job: Dad cut apples, mom simmered them and sister and I milled them. Great memory.

Stuff mini bell peppers with hummus and tabbouleh for a colorful snack or party appetizer that packs protein and an ample serving of vegetables.

Back-to-School Breakfasts and Lunches

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Freeze all the components of our Green Monster #Smoothie into ice cubes so you always have a healthy, on-the-go breakfast or snack just seconds away.

Back-to-School Breakfasts and Lunches

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Our pepperoni "lollipops" are like a pizza and a wrap sandwich all rolled into one. Serve with marinara dipping sauce for extra #snack fun.

Back-to-School Breakfasts and Lunches

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A sprinkle of diced salami makes hummus-topped pitas even more savory (and irresistible).

Back-to-School Breakfasts and Lunches

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Is your child bored by a basic Braeburn? Bring any apple to life with edible arms and legs.

Family Fun: Apple Picking

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Oats mixed with milk and dried and fresh fruit = an well-balanced snack or breakfast.

Eating for Two and Beyond

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Deviled eggs pack in protein! Try our classic version or a bacon and cheese or edamame variation.

Easy Egg Dishes

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Teach your kids that crackers don't always come from a box--they can emerge from your oven! Our Sesame Herb Cracker recipe is easy enough to mix and bake up together.

Sesame Herb Crackers

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Our Strawberry-Banana-Pineapple Soup is designed for babies, but tasty for kids (and adults) of all ages! Just add a dash of honey for sweetness for older eaters.

Make Your Own Baby Food!

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Our take on the classic Six-Layer #Mexican Dip includes two kinds of iron-rich beans, heart-healthy avocados, and vegetable-filled salsa.

Boost Your Family's Iron Intake

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This kid-friendly "sushi" is actually cucumber strips stuffed with goat cheese and bell pepper.

Quick and Easy Kid Snacks

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Who needs bread for a peanut butter sandwich when you have crunchy, sweet apple slices?

Quick and Easy School Lunch Ideas

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Move over, salad dressing! This delicious Nutty Greek Yogurt Dip delivers 14 grams of protein per serving.

Quick and Easy School Lunch Ideas

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Send your child to school with all the ingredients he'll need to build his own Fruit and Yogurt Parfait come lunchtime. What a fun DIY dessert (or after-school snack)!

Quick and Easy School Lunch Ideas

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Cool! Blend up frozen bananas for an ice cream-like treat that tastes super-decadent. Only you need to know that fruit is on the menu for #dessert!

Simple One-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream | GoodyBlog

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Our creamy, hummus-like bean dip recipe makes enough for the whole family to enjoy with lunch or as a snack.

Quick and Easy School Lunch Ideas

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It's easier than you think to bake up a batch of tortilla chips at home. Serve them with a tasty, colorful Mexican corn and bean #salsa. This snack takes less than 25 minutes to prepare!

Quick and Easy School Lunch Ideas

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