12 Sunday Dinner Recipes That Get Kids Cooking

March 26, 2014


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Maple Pumpkin Pie With Whole Wheat & Flax Crust

November 24, 2013

    Maple Pumpkin Pie with Whole Wheat & Flax Crust Ingredients: 3 eggs, separated 1/4 C pure maple syrup 1 3/4 C fresh pumpkin puree 1 tsp cinnamon 1/8 tsp cloves 1/8 tsp nutmeg 1/4 tsp ginger 1/4 C heavy cream 1/4 C half and half single Whole Wheat & Flax Pie Crust  1 […]

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52 New Foods for your Family – Guest Post

December 16, 2012

                  A New Year’s Food Challenge: 52 weeks, 52 new foods – Guest Post  By Jennifer Tyler Lee 52 weeks, 52 new foods. How one family achieved the most frequently broken New Year’s resolution: to eat healthy. Battles over broccoli and Brussels sprouts were fierce at our […]

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A Refresher in Popsicles

July 29, 2012

                            This week is going to be a little different here at Out of the Box Food.  We will be publishing our brand new post mid-week, going live this Wednesday, August 1st, instead of our usual Sunday night.  Why?  We are excited […]

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4th of July Potluck

July 1, 2012

                      Family, friends, fireworks and food – It’s 4th of July week and for many of us, that means BBQ’s and Potlucks.  So what are we bringing?  This week we’re digging into our archives to offer some of our all-time favorite seasonal family-friendly dishes to […]

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Farmer’s Markets for Kids – A Magical Introduction to Fruits and Vegetables

April 24, 2011

Spring Break.  For many of us those two words are synonymous with freedom:  freedom from school, freedom from responsibility,  freedom from winter, and freedom from the captive grasp of supermarket produce.  That’s right, Farmers Markets are opening in towns across the country, and for those of us here on the west coast lucky enough to […]

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Clean-Out-The-Fridge Vegetable Broth

March 13, 2011

How many times do you find yourself cleaning out the produce drawer of your fridge and kicking yourself for not actually using those veggies you were certain you’d use, “this time”?  It happens to me a lot.  I overbuy the beautiful produce I see at the farmer’s market, use only half a bunch of celery […]

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Chicken Broth: What’s in a Can?

March 6, 2011

I can’t tell you how many of the recipes I make call for chicken stock or broth.  It’s an ingredient I use more often than I can keep track of, yet I was unaware what I was actually adding to my dishes every time I cracked open a can or poured generously from a carton.  […]

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