Noodles are always fun, and this recipe also gives you a way to work delicious summer vegetables into the menu.
Without too much mess or trouble, you can even get your kids involved in mixing up all the ingredients in this easy recipe for asian noodles with chicken from Rebecca Wauldron, Executive Chef at Busch’s Fresh Food Markets.
It’s blueberry season! That means you can find plenty of these delicious fruits for a good price at your local farmer’s market or grocery store.
Blueberries are a great, healthy snack that kids love. You’ll also find that fresh, plump blueberries can be a great addition to all sorts of baked goodies – and this summer we highly recommend trying this delicious nectarine and blueberry crisp from Rebecca Wauldron, Executive Chef at Busch’s Fresh Food Markets.
Not only is it a delicious treat (everyone at our photo shoot gobbled it up, including the two kids!), but it’s also an MHealthy approved recipe!
Chicken tenders are a main staple on the list of kid-approved items many families rely on for easy week night meals. Finger food that’s dippable and can be served quickly with almost anything – what’s not to like?
This recipe for homemade crispy, oven-baked chicken tenders from Rebecca Wauldron, Executive Chef at Busch’s Fresh Food Markets, is not only something your kids can help making, but they will actually enjoy eating them, too.
And because they’re baked, not fried, they are much better for you than fast food versions and many of the freezer varieties, as well!
Ice cream is always a summer favorite for kids and adults alike.
If you’re looking for a variation on the usual ice cream indulgence, try out this fun recipe from Rebecca Wauldron, Executive Chef at Busch’s Fresh Food Markets to put a special hands-on twist on your next cool summer treat.
You can take even turn on some music to turn the shaking step into a mini dance party for your whole family!
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