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Not sure what to make the kids? No problem! Savory has kid-friendly recipes ready to go. They are so yummy that the young at heart won't be able to resist!
Lion Veggies and Dip Platter
This adorable appetizer is sure to delight both kids and adults alike. Kids can help stir together the dip and put together the “fluffy” mane.
Cheesy Rice and Bacon–Stuffed Zucchini Boats(with video)
For picky eaters who won’t touch anything green, try using veggies as edible vessels like these hollowed-out zucchini stuffed with creamy rice and crunchy bacon.
Grilled Portabella Sandwiches with Oven Fries(with video)
Marinating and grilling meaty portabellas may be just the solution to get mushroom haters to change their minds.
White whole wheat flour bumps up the fiber while sweet berries and bananas help reduce the amount of added sugar needed.
Oven-Fried Fish Sticks
This homemade version of a freezer-aisle classic uses mild flounder to entice those who aren’t normally fish fans.
Reuben Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Loading up all the familiar flavors of a deli fave–in this case, a decadent reuben–between two slices of whole-grain bread means picky eaters will never notice the swap-out.
If you’re looking to cut down on store-bought soda, try making your own. It’s easier than you think and results in a fresher, less sugary thirst-quencher.
Mason Jar Miso Noodle Soup(with video)
Bringing a soup base, quick-cooking veggies, and pre-cooked noodles in a jar means all you have to do is stir in hot water for a light but satisfying lunch.
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Carrot Cake Blondies
White whole wheat flour and applesauce help bump up the nutrients in this super moist snack cake that features an effortless cream cheese frosting.
Sweet-and-Sour Cauliflower Nuggets(with video)
Kids will love eating these crunchy, savory bites so much, they might not even notice they’re made from cauliflower!
Cauliflower Tots(with video)
Guests will never believe that we’ve replaced the potato with cauliflower in this twist on a game day classic.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies(with video)
Almond meal replaces flour to give gluten-free status to these irresistible cookies. Super-sweet mashed bananas take the place of sugar.
Crispy Broccoli Bites(with video)
Similar in taste to Parmesan cheese, plant-based nutritional yeast lends umami–a Japanese word for meaty, savory flavor–to roasted broccoli.
Whole Grain Cereal S'mores Treats(with video)
Classic cereal treat meets gooey s’mores in this kid-friendly dessert. Heart-shaped cutters make them perfect for Valentine’s Day. Just be sure to save the scraps for yourself!
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