This kid-friendly, broccoli-rich spin on the layered, spinach-filled triangles called spanakopita is a million times easier to make.
You hardly need a recipe for this, but children are always tickled to see how much broccoli looks like little trees — and the playful presentation can persuade kids to eat more green stuff.
Turn fresh asparagus into tasty, golden rafts with this playful recipe.
Here's an easy and elegant way to enjoy fresh asparagus. Your child can help you with this delicious recipe.
Usually at our house I use spinach fresh in big green salads or on sandwiches instead of lettuce. Several of the kids really like creamed spinach, so I make that too. The Pennsylvania Dutch make a hot bacon dressing that they most often pour over dandelion greens. I like to have it over spinach. This recipe is the "real deal" and it's worth a try.
This soup is friendly to many vegetal additions and also takes kindly to a garlicky smoked sausage diced and added in the middle of cooking. Paired with corn bread, it's a delicious and comforting meal for a fall or winter evening.
This flavorful dip is a good source of protein, gorgeously green, and very fresh tasting. It not only encourages the rampant eating of veggies — it also has vegetables actually in it already!
When it comes to vegetables' natural sweetness, roasting giveth what boiling taketh away. Transform cauliflower florets into caramelized, crunchy-tender finger food with this oil-and-salt technique, which works for other veggies too.
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables. No sugar is needed in this delicious and easy recipe.
Sometimes the new retro is the old retro. Tomato soup — homemade or canned — is one of those foods that has stayed in fashion throughout the decades. This recipe is the real deal — it actually has cream in it.