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This simple soup is easy to prepare and can be done with the help of your little ones. Kids will actually be more inclined in eating it if it's served on bread bowl. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, chromium and folate. It is a very good source of dietary fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin E, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin B1, vitamin A, potassium and copper.
Save your left-over Rotisserie chicken and left over veggies and whip up this quick and delicious Asian style dish. For best results cook your rice the day before. Using cold rice for this recipe will turn out the crispiest!
This is a quick recipe that you can play with by adding 1 or 2 cups of vegetables instead of the chicken. Combine sprouts, cabbage, snap peas right at the end with the mushrooms and other veggies.
When we prepare this dish at The Real Food Academy, we use freshly made pasta dough. Dough can be prepare with whole wheat flour or gluten free. Kids love making the bow-tie pasta using their fingers as the main tool.
This whole wheat turkey pepperoni Calzone will have your children eating their vegetables. Its easy to make and you can create your own combination of fillings or use vegetarian cheese instead. We choose Turkey instead of pork pepperoni since it has less saturated fat and calories while maintaining a classic flavor! Enjoy!!
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570 NE 81st Street
Miami, FL 33138
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