Nutrition Tip of the Week: Pick a Peck of Peas!

Peas are a spring fruit (yes! a fruit!) that add a bright green flavor and lots of nutrients to any dish they are in. They’re easy to grow and you can pick a whole lot in a hurry. How much is in a peck though?! A peck of peas is 31 cups! Many children (andContinue reading “Nutrition Tip of the Week: Pick a Peck of Peas!”

Tasty & Delicious // Butternut Squash Alfredo

Raise your hand if you like Alfredo pasta! Did you know you can make your own Alfredo using butternut squash? This may seem a little strange, but trust me – it’s delicious! We’ll need whole-wheat noodles, butternut squash, broccoli, milk, parmesan cheese, olive oil, flour, garlic, and nutmeg. Next, follow the step-by-step instructions below! StepContinue reading “Tasty & Delicious // Butternut Squash Alfredo”

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 usedContinue reading “Bringing The Whole Family Together // Baked Spaghetti”

Freezing Fruits and Veggies // Broccoli Pesto Pasta

Did you know frozen fruits and vegetables are just as healthy as fresh fruits and vegetables? They can taste just as good too! Freezing fruits and vegetables allows you to enjoy fresh produce all year long, even when they aren’t in season. It’s smart to save excess produce from the farmers market, garden, or storeContinue reading “Freezing Fruits and Veggies // Broccoli Pesto Pasta”