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S’more Ways to Waffle

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Glorious July 4th S’more Sundaes

Let the kids toast marshmallows, then use them to garnish hot fudge sundaes made with rocky road ice cream and in a graham cracker crust.

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Banana Pops

Make a fun, nutrient-filled treat for your kids to eat after school with this banana pop recipe. Whole bananas are skewered on ice pop sticks and rolled in peanut butter and nuts before being frozen. Frozen bananas have a surprisingly creamy texture that is sure to please.

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Fruit Kabobs

Fresh fruit seared on the grill is a refreshing treat for kids and adults.

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Rainbow Pizza

Kids will get tons of fresh veg like tomatoes, bell peppers, and red onions with this meal, and it comes on top of 1 of their favorite foods, pizza!

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Watermelon Pizza

This kid-friendly, fresh fruit recipe made with a watermelon base and topped with kiwis, nectarines, bananas, and blueberries is so much fun and so easy.

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S’mores Pops

Your favorite campfire snack is turned into a frozen treat that’s perfect for those hot summer days.

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Watermelon Granita

This easy icy watermelon treat is made with just 3 ingredients: lime, watermelon, and honey. It’s a perfect simple, gluten-free dessert.

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Kid-Friendly Colorful Salad

Introducing a great way to get your kids to eat their veggies. Have them help you make this colorful salad featuring pineapple chunks, cherry tomatoes and pecans. Your child can even help make the dressing to top the salad with when you're done.

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Smoothie (for Kids)

Get the kids involved in making this nutritious smoothie for breakfast or at snack time. It combines their favorite fruits—bananas and strawberries—with low-fat yogurt and orange juice. Feel free to swap the orange juice for pineapple juice if you are feeling more tropical. There are instructions for them and you.

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Toasted Smores Rice Crispy Treats

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Blueberry Lemonade Slushies

Sweet blueberries and tart lemonade are a delicious combination in this fun, easy 4th of July drink recipe that kids and adults will love.

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