Simple Favorites // Cheesy Tomato Crisp

Who loves cheese crisps?! Some of you may also know this delicious food by its other name – cheese quesadilla. Whether you crisp or quesadilla, jazzing up this classic lunch with a sliced tomato is something you won’t regret! Grab some whole-wheat tortillas, part-skim cheese, and fresh tomatoes. Next, slice or dice tomatoes as desired.Continue reading “Simple Favorites // Cheesy Tomato Crisp”

Better Together // Create Family Mealtime

In September, we celebrate family mealtime! Eating together as a family is fun and helps your family be healthier. Sometimes it’s hard to eat together as a family, between work, school, and other activities. But finding time to spend with your parents and siblings will give you memories that last a lifetime. As a kid,Continue reading “Better Together // Create Family Mealtime”

Sweet n’ Salty // Terrific Trail Mix

You might think trail mix is just for hiking, but it can be the perfect snack for any activity at anytime of the day! Making trail mix is simple. The combinations are endless! Use this guide to create your own mixture with ingredients you have at home, or try our recipe below. We chose toContinue reading “Sweet n’ Salty // Terrific Trail Mix”

Potato, Po-Ta-Toe // Rainbow Nachos

Many people are confused by the potato. Is it a vegetable, a grain, or a fruit? Are potatoes healthy or unhealthy? In honor of the potato’s national holiday, let’s dig a little deeper into the topic. Potatoes are part of the “starchy” vegetable group. Starchy vegetables have more carbohydrates than other vegetables. Carbohydrates give ourContinue reading “Potato, Po-Ta-Toe // Rainbow Nachos”

Celebrate with Salsa! // Cinco de Mayo

How many of you know what “Cinco de Mayo” means? If you guessed May 5th, you are correct! This celebrates the day when the Mexican army defeated the France army at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. In Mexico, this holiday is very small. Many families don’t celebrate it. In the United States, we likeContinue reading “Celebrate with Salsa! // Cinco de Mayo”