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  • Grilled Peaches

    Peaches make a great low calorie, nutrient loaded dessert. You can enjoy peaches fresh, as part of a salad, or try grilling them.

  • Garden Sloppy Joes

    Adding vegetables to your favorite meat dish pumps up the vitamin, mineral, and taste factors. We added vegetables to a low-fat sloppy joe recipe and the results were fantastic!

  • Cheesy Hamburger Skillet

    This dish will keep everyone in the family satisfied, with minimal clean up.

  • Black Bean and Vegetable Quesadillas

    Learn how to make a quesadilla that's packed with veggies, nutrients, and flavor!

  • Oven Fries

    Oven fries are very easy to make! If you scrub them well, there is no need to peel your potatoes. Leaving the skin on provides additional fiber and nutrients. You can try this recipe with sweet potatoes or rutabaga.

  • Broccoli Potato Soup

    Try this nutritious, hot meal with just a few ingredients.

  • Tuna Melt

    Here is how to make a tasty tuna melt using ingredients you might already have in your cupboards!

  • Potato, Black Bean, & Kale Skillet

    This skillet is flexible! Sweet potatoes and peppers? Lentils and spinach? Use what you have on hand!

  • Chocolate Cherry Energy Bites

    Cherries contain nutrients such as vitamin C and fiber. Michigan cherries are delicious fresh and they're available year round, frozen and dried.

  • Strawberry Shake

    Try this simple, refreshing way to enjoy Michigan strawberries!

  • Southwestern Rice Bowl

    Try this easy, quick recipe.

  • Crispy Kale Chips

    Try our recipe for Crispy Kale Chips! Only one cup provides all the Vitamins A, C, and K you need in one day. Now that's a powerful chip!

  • Arugula Pizza

    Consider adding arugula to your toppings on homemade pizza nights!

  • Cucumber Salad

    This fresh salad requires few ingredients and you can season to your taste!

  • Lentil Spaghetti

    Whether you purchase sauce or use home made, add cooked or canned lentils for a boost of fiber and protein!

  • Asparagus and Red Quinoa Salad

    You might grow some of these ingredients in your own garden! And this recipe is a great way to try quinoa!

  • Asparagus Guacamole

    Try this fresh idea for using asparagus!

  • Mar 4

    Cooking Matters at Home (EFNEP)

    March 4, 2021 – April 1, 2021 Online via Zoom

    Cooking Matters at Home hands-on courses serve limited resource families and offer five cooking lessons to parents and other caregivers of children.