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KIDS CLUB VOLUME 29 Welcome to the latest issue of our ChopChop Kids Club newsletter! Spring’s got us thinking about the color green. And the color green’s got us thinking abou
We have Kids Advisory Board member Beckett to thank for the name of this recipe, which his whole family loved. Cabbage might surprise you. It’s sweeter than you might have
You’ll see green from the kale—which your body will love—but what you’ll taste ispineapple and banana. Want it even frostier? Add a couple of ice cubes to the blender.
This rich, creamy dressing makes a great dip for raw vegetables, but here we’re using it to dress a simple green salad.
This is one of our favorite snacks: totally satisfying and so much better than store bought. You can use any mixture of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit you like: almonds, walnuts, pec
Tabouli (pronounced tuh-BOO-lee) is a Middle Eastern grain salad traditionally made from cracked wheat (also called bulgur). Here, we’re using quinoa—which is the protei
Polenta is an Italian style of cooked cornmeal, and it’s basically the same as grits, which is a traditional dish of the American South (also sometimes known as cornmeal m
These tasty little cakes are crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside—like a cross between grits and pancakes. And you can serve them sweet or savory (see our tips b
Summer can mean a little bit more time in the morning. If you aren’t rushing off anywhere, try these for breakfast, topped with maple syrup and yogurt. Sound better for la
This soup is tasty and nourishing thanks to lentils, which cook relatively quickly compared to other dried beans. Experiment with the seasonings here, adding more curry powd