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Cook up some fun with these educational recipes! Your child will love all the hands-on learning there is to do in the kitchen. Plus, there's a delicious reward waiting at the end of each activity! Food has never been this fun.

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Learn to make homemade ketchup with your child and experiment with spices and flavors!
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Your child can make a sweet and savory spinach strawberry salad; two ingredients that come together for a light and fresh summer dish!
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Third Grade
Make a healthy, no-cook salad with some help from your third grade chef - and practice math and measurement while you're at it!
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Third Grade
Horchata is a very popular type of agua fresca, or fresh water, that is enjoyed throughout Mexico. Here's how to make your own!
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Fourth Grade
Part food craft, part witchcraft, this is a yummy delight your middle schooler will want to make à and eat!
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Fifth Grade
Pureed ripe peaches, vanilla yogurt, agave nectar, and juicy chunks of peach come together to form a refreshing pop that hits the spot on a hot summer day.
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Desserts
Your child can create gnocchi with a twist by using sweet potatoes, and then rolling them into a healthy main dish!
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Middle School
Your child can turn dinner into a flavorful adventure that transports the entire family to a land far away with some quick and easy Thai peanut noodles.
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Fifth Grade
Your child is sure to find this colorful pink, green and white salad simply irresistible. For an added challenge, give your youngster a pair of chopsticks!
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Fifth Grade
This blanched broccoli salad is dressed up with kid-friendly ingredients like dried cherries and crowd-pleasing bacon.
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Snacks
For some good 'green' fun, pull out your blender. A spinach smoothie?! You better believe it! And kids will not only slurp it up, they'll beg for seconds.
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Fifth Grade
This Thanksgiving cornucopia makes a great addition to any dining table because once youâre done looking at it, you can dig in and eat it!
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Fourth Grade
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and your child can help the whole family start things right with this flavorful egg and tomato dish.
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Middle School
Celebrate the gooey goodness of peanut butter with a yummy treat your young chef can whip together himself.
Desserts
Second Grade

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