Research shows that children are more open to tasting new foods when they help prepare them. Let your kids help out in the kitchen with these easy to make recipes.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup
This isn’t your typical peanut butter cup! It’s served in a glass and it packs plenty of calcium and eight other essential nutrients found in milk!
Fruity Mosaic Pizza
Change the line-up of fruit each time you make this recipe! Add a drop of food color to the cream cheese for extra color.
The old adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day is true. Studies show that kids who eat breakfast concentrate better in school, work faster, are more creative and even score higher on tests! So, set a good example and have breakfast with your kids. The following recipe is a fun breakfast alternative.
Veggies With Dilly Dip
If you want kids to learn to enjoy vegetables, show them! Teach children how to prepare veggies (i.e., washing, peeling, cutting) and then serve them up with this fantastic dip to give added flavor and nutrients!
(Courtesy of the National Dairy Council)
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