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High-Protein Spaghetti with Chick Peas and Roasted Cauliflower

High-Protein Spaghetti with Chick Peas and Roasted Cauliflower

This earthy, nutty recipe will satisfy a crowd.

Serves 4-6

Smoky

Smoky "Chowda" with Fire-Roasted Corn

You've got to try this delicious and hearty corn and fish chowder!

Serves 4

Pilaf with Spinach and Garlic

Pilaf with Spinach and Garlic

This tasty side goes with a variety of meals.

Serves 6

A NOTE TO GROWN-UPS

 

It's never too early for kids to get in the kitchen and start working with food. When you let kids try out recipes and explore ideas of their own, it's amazing what they can do!

Cooking builds a wonderful sense of confidence and accomplishment in kids. They can see the results of their labors and creativity right away, and then share their wonderful creations with their friends and family. This gives kids a great feeling of pride – knowing they've made something all on their own, that others can enjoy.

Our advice? Let kids be kids in the kitchen, which means, they might make a mess and they might not get the measurements just right, but you'll all have fun and create lasting memories together. That's what it's all about!

Now read our note to kids.