This Fruit American Flag is a great addition to any BBQ this Summer! Celebrate this Memorial Day and future American holiday's with this easy, delicious recipe. Berries are in Season Berries, including blueberries and strawberries are in season! Some berries have multiple harvests throughout the year, strawberries being one of those fruits. When a fruit… Continue reading Recipe of the Week: Memorial Day Fruit American Flag!
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Recipe Of The Week: Chicken Salad Celery Boats
This kid-friendly recipe is a great way to introduce new flavors and techniques in the kitchen! Kids In The Kitchen Having opportunities to have hands-on experiences in the kitchen is important, especially for kids. Taking part in the food preparation not only encourages kids to eat their healthy creations, but it also helps them understand… Continue reading Recipe Of The Week: Chicken Salad Celery Boats
Recipe of the Week: Philly Cheesesteak Grilled Cheese
This healthier spin on a classic will have your mouth watering! The Philly cheesesteak sandwich is a favorite of many. If you haven't tried it before, it can be described as a meat and cheese filled sandwich, topped onions and bell peppers for those that like veggies. Sounds delicious? Yes, it is. I find the… Continue reading Recipe of the Week: Philly Cheesesteak Grilled Cheese
Recipe of the Week: Baked Spring Rolls
Spring is almost here, and every day the weather gets a bit warmer. Luckly it is not so hot outside that you don't want to turn on the oven to cook dinner! Spring is also a great time for spring rolls! Spring rolls are fun to make as a family, and there are a few… Continue reading Recipe of the Week: Baked Spring Rolls
Celebrate National Sticky Bun Day!
Sometimes, sweet treats just hit the spot, and making them by hand is a great way to spend time together as a family or group of friends, plus sweet treats always taste better when you have someone to share them with! This recipe calls for Whole Wheat Pastry Flour, which can be found at most… Continue reading Celebrate National Sticky Bun Day!
Nutrition Tip of the Week: Wrap Up Lunch
Making your own lunch is are a great way to take advantage of the odds and ends in the fridge or pantry. Leftovers are easy for adults to take to work, especially if they have access to a microwave, but children tend to need cold lunches; they have a hard time microwaving last night's dinner… Continue reading Nutrition Tip of the Week: Wrap Up Lunch
Eat in Season: Cherry & Beet Smoothie
Guess what grows really well in Utah... That's right! Beets and Cherries both grow well here! Combining them into a smoothie might seem a little bit different, but that is what makes it fun! Look how easy, and how pretty this smoothie is! It is only 4 easy to find ingredients and a few minutes… Continue reading Eat in Season: Cherry & Beet Smoothie
Tip of the Week: Create a Quick Bread
Don't have time to wait hours for a traditional bread recipe to rise? That's when you can make a quick bread! Just like the name says, quick breads don't take anywhere near the time it takes for a traditional yeast bread to go from the mixing bowl to your plate! They are easy to make,… Continue reading Tip of the Week: Create a Quick Bread
Around the World in 80 Plates: Tunisia
Welcome to the northernmost country on the African continent: Tunisia! It is directly south of Italy, across the Mediterranean Sea, and is in between Algeria and Libya. People have lived here for a really really long time; since about the 10th century BC, but much of the information on the city then is only written… Continue reading Around the World in 80 Plates: Tunisia
Top 5 Ways to Upgrade a Can of Tuna!
Folks often overlook these little cans of tasty fish, and they are missing out on a lot of opportunity! Tuna in a can is easy to keep in your pantry, lasts a long time, is low-cost, and is a great source of low-calorie protein! There are an endless amount of recipes that take advantage of… Continue reading Top 5 Ways to Upgrade a Can of Tuna!
Around the World in 80 Plates: Kyrgyzstan
Captain Create has taken a balloon ride to find wild apples in Kyrgyzstan! The country is located high in the mountains of central Asia and used to be a crossroads of several great civilizations as part of the Silk Road, which connected Asia and Europe to trade goods like spices, foods, porcelain, and most famously, Chinese… Continue reading Around the World in 80 Plates: Kyrgyzstan
Time to Recover!! // Smoothie Round-Up
Have you tried any of Captain Create's exercises yet? He has some fantastic suggestions for exercises you can do in your house this winter! When we exercise, it is important to recover with healthy foods. Foods with proteins and carbohydrates are the most important foods to focus on. Smoothies can be a tasty, easy way… Continue reading Time to Recover!! // Smoothie Round-Up
Just Squashin’ Around // All About Winter Squash
Hey kids, who helps the young winter squash cross the road safely? The crossing gourd of course! November is a perfect time to learn about winter squash! Winter squash stores well through the winter and can be used to make delicious foods. Winter squash takes double the time to grow as summer squash!The oldest squash… Continue reading Just Squashin’ Around // All About Winter Squash
Bringing The Whole Family Together // Baked Spaghetti
Raise your hand if you like spaghetti! Raise your hand again if you like pizza! If you have both hands up, you're guaranteed to love this Baked Spaghetti. All you need are four ingredients: whole-wheat noodles, tomato sauce, cheese, and your choice of vegetable! Mushrooms, olives, tomatoes, or green peppers are great options. We used… Continue reading Bringing The Whole Family Together // Baked Spaghetti
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner! // A Celebration of the Sandwich
Did you know today is National Sandwich Day? The sandwich's holiday is well-deserved. Sandwiches are not only tasty, but come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and flavors! Some sandwiches are hot, some are cold. Some are made for breakfast and others for dinner! Making sandwiches is simple! All you need are 4 basic ingredients:… Continue reading Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner! // A Celebration of the Sandwich