Looking for a fun way to involve kids in a fun and healthy project?
Discover 20 Recipes from NutritionAction.com’s Healthy Cook, Kate Sherwood
Order Get Cookin’, Kids! and you’ll have 20 recipes specially designed for teaching kids the value and joy of cooking – each of them taste- and nutrition-tested in the kitchens of NutritionAction.com.
In Get Cookin’, Kids! NutritionAction.com’s Healthy Cook, Kate Sherwood, has developed 20 delicious recipes that kids will enjoy cooking and eating. Some of the recipes are quite simple and appropriate for young children; others are a bit more challenging and suitable for older children (with adult supervision). All are fun, appetizing – and healthy!
Healthy meals made from basic ingredients are fun to prepare and a joy to eat. Even more, cooking with your kids is a simple yet powerful step you can take to bring your family together for a fun time while improving everyone’s health and well-being.
Get Cookin’, Kids! is chock full of recipes, each of which has been taste- and nutrition-tested in NutritionAction.com’s test kitchen to ensure they are easy, healthy, and mouthwatering. Like everything at NutritionAction.com, the information is based on our own independent judgment of the latest scientific research.
Each recipe lists the calories, total fat, saturated fat, protein, carbohydrates, fiber, and sodium –the knowledge your kids need to learn about nutritious food and how it can be a delicious part of a healthy diet.
The 20 recipes in Get Cookin’, Kids! include every mealtime of the day, plus snacks and desserts. Your kids will want to get out of bed early to prepare oat squares or scrambled eggs with sweet potato hash for breakfast, and rainbow sandwiches or Tuscan kale and white bean soup for lunch.
For dinner, they can choose among such delightful and scrumptious dishes as …
• Fish tacos,
• Chicken peanut curry
• Spinach and basil pesto
• Broccolini with lemon parmesan sauce
• Mixed rice with roasted veggies