Spinach Turkey Meatballs

Quick and easy dinners can be nutritious and fun. Add these spinach turkey meatballs into your dinner rotation! Turkey Spinach Meatballs Quick and healthy protein for families in a time crunch! 1 lb. ground turkey1 egg1 small onion (grated)2 cloves garlic (minced)1 C spinach (finely chopped)1/2 C parsley (finely chopped)1/2 tsp dried oregano1/2 tsp black... Continue Reading →

Turkey Cranberry Pinwheels

Turkey Cranberry Pinwheels A quick and easy recipe that the whole family will enjoy! 1 8 oz. package cream cheese6 8-inch flour tortillas6 slices turkey breast1 14 oz. can cranberry sauce3 cups fresh baby spinach leaves Wash spinach and strain in a colander. Chop roughly.Place the tortillas on a microwave safe plate and microwave uncovered... Continue Reading →

Sheet Pan Sweet Potato Nachos

Sheet Pan Sweet Potato Nachos A quick and easy weeknight meal that your family will love! 3 medium sweet potatoes1 can low-sodium black beans, drained and rinsed1 medium red bell pepper, diced1 small red onion, diced1 cup low-fat cheddar cheese, shredded1 cup low-fat Greek yogurthot sauce to taste1/2 cup cilantro, chopped1 medium lime, zest and... Continue Reading →

Peanut Butter Banana Pockets

Peanut Butter Banana Pockets are a great snack that your kids can help prepare. Getting your kids involved in the kitchen will teach them skills they will use throughout their lives. While helping prepare recipes kids will be building their math, science, reading, communication, and decision making skills. Another bonus is kids are more likely... Continue Reading →

Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade

Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade Quench your thirst with this refreshing Summer beverage. 2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries (chopped)2 tbsp Honey or sweetener of choice2 lemons (juiced)3.5 cups sparkling water Puree strawberries and honey in blender or food processor.Pour sparkling water into a pitcher, then stir in strawberry puree and lemon juice.Serve at room temperature or... Continue Reading →

Easy Slow Cooker Beans

Raise your hand if you have ever burned a batch of beans… or just dinner. *Raises hand slowly* You leave a pot on the stove, get distracted, and suddenly dinner is a bit more charred than you would like. You might ask yourself, “What can I do?” An easy solution is to pull out that... Continue Reading →

Dried Fruit

Feed Your Kids a Rainbow Serve 5 fruits and vegetables a day. Did you know that ½ cup of dried fruit counts as one serving? This is because the loss of water during the drying process concentrates the calories and nutrients. Check the nutrition facts label for added sugar when buying dried fruit, as it... Continue Reading →

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