Snow is melting and spring is around the corner. As the weather breaks, we often want our families to start eating healthier, but finding recipes that everyone enjoys can be a challenge. That’s why we’ve compiled a few kid (and adult) friendly recipes to try to keep your family healthy and happy.
Chicken Fingers and Green Beans with Tahini Sauce
Many kids love chicken fingers, but they aren’t always the healthiest choice. This recipe from Cooking Light offers a healthy way to make chicken fingers using breadcrumbs. With the weather warming up, green beans are a great in-season veggie option. Check it out here.
Chocolate Covered Banana Pops
We all know the struggle with kids and sweets. So, when we can find a recipe that is both sweet and healthy it’s a win-win. These chocolate covered bananas are perfect to curb kids sweet tooth, stay healthy, and have a cool treat as the weather warms up. Plus, they can help make them! Get the recipe here.
Creamy Chicken & Broccoli Bowties
Pasta can be a big hit with the whole family and a great way to get kids to eat more veggies. This recipe could even be adapted to include any kind of veggie that you have on hand or know your family likes. Check it out here.
Green Eggs & Ham Frittata
You can feel good about this breakfast because it’s packed with protein and veggies. Plus, it has an awesome kid-friendly name! See how quick and easy it is here.
These healthy spring recipes will be a hit for your kids and give you the satisfaction of knowing you are providing a healthy meal for your whole family.
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