Chicken Sausage Campfire Packets

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Play with herbs, spices and garlic to find a packet that hits your tastebuds just right! Many chicken sausages come already parboiled, making this an easy meal to prep in foil packets before you head out camping. If you’re making it at home, try grilling everything in a cast iron skillet – a whole new […]

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Cashew-Date Snack Bars

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Creamy cashews, sweet dates, and classic peanut butter. That’s all this recipe requires. It’s a snap to prepare and a perfect recipe for inviting kids to help you in the making of snacks for the week ahead.

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Peanut Butter & Fruit Rolls

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This easy snack is perfect for kids to make themselves and perfect to pack in a lunchbox. If your child’s classroom is peanut-free, sunflower seed butter makes a nice, allergy-safe alternative.

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BLT Pasta Salad

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Made for a school lunch program, this pasta salad will please picky eaters of all ages.

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Baked Oatmeal Cups

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These little cups are the champs of make-ahead breakfast foods. Mix up a big batch at the beginning of the week and keep them in the fridge for an easy reheat option for breakfast or snacks. They’re definitely better warm as the texture is that of baked oatmeal, not of muffins. Toss in a little […]

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Spreadable Peaches

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This “cheater” jam uses a blender, gelatin, and canned peaches to produce a tasty spread that’s perfect for your favorite whole-grain toast.

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Sweet Potato Wedges with Apple Cider Reduction

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Forget yam casserole with marshmallow on top. Forget sweet potato fries. Once you taste the absolute perfection of the simple cider reduction, you’ll be ruined for other sweet potatoes for life. Tip: The cider reduction gels as it cools, so be sure to serve it while it’s fresh and hot.

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Tasty Sweet Tots

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Tater tots are beloved by kids…and many grown-ups, let’s be honest. This version combines yams with beans and uses baking to produce a more nutritious variation that’s more flavorful than the regular potato version. Tip: Yams and sweet potatoes are not quite the same, but if you can’t find yams, sweet potatoes are a suitable […]

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