It’s our sixth week of the Kids’ Share! For those of you who are just tuning in, ChopChop Kids is taking part in a third season with Siena Farms to bring families together in the kitchen with the Siena Farms Kids’ Share. Kids get their very own vegetable share for 12 weeks in a special quarter-bushel Kids’ Share box.
Our sixth share included a mix of vegetables, featuring a lot of leafy greens. Our share included Tuscan Kale, Rainbow Swiss Chard, Boston Lettuce, Leeks, Carrots, Watermelon Radishes, Hakurei Turnips, and Honey Crisp Apples. This week’s surprise was a small notebook—perfect for recipe ideas, notes, or ingredient lists.
Breakfast dishes were the star recipes that we made this week with our farm share. A smoothie is a great option for incorporating leafy greens into a tasty treat, so we used the Tuscan Kale in ChopChop’s Monster Smoothie. The next recipe we made was the Basic Frittata, which was great because you can add whatever ingredients you’d like! We decided to include Rainbow Swiss Chard and Leeks in our frittata.