March is National Nutrition Month, and in honor of the occasion Edwin wants to share with you his favorite healthy meals that are guaranteed to get your child’s “Quack” of approval!
Healthy French Toast Sticks. This twist on a breakfast classic will keep your children happy and healthy, and save you time in the kitchen! This recipe calls for whole grain bread and has no added sugar. Make a big batch because these French toast sticks freeze great! Simply pull out a few, pop them in the toaster or microwave, and get your busy day started!
Baked Broccoli Nuggets. If it’s a struggle to get your little ones to eat veggies, you’re not alone. Turning any veggie into something your child loves is hard, especially when it’s green. Edwin found that turning those green baby trees into healthy baked nuggets is a great way to keep your child happy and asking for more! Recipe here!
Mini Meatloaf “Cupcakes.” Meatloaf meets finger food in this healthy entree. Stuffed with veggies and made with ground turkey, these “cupcakes” will steal the show at any cookout, school function or party. Not only healthy, but delicious and easy to handle. Bake them in your muffin pan and freeze any extras for later.
Frozen Yogurt Blueberry Bites. Serve this as a snack on a warm day or as dessert. These blueberry bites are easy to make, healthy and delicious! They assemble in seconds and can be kept frozen for months without going bad (like they would possibly last that long). Don’t feel tied down to blueberries either; try the recipe with strawberries, raspberries or any other fruit your child loves. Use Greek yogurt for added protein.
Give these recipes a try to celebrate National Nutrition Month in a fun and yummy way that the whole family will love! Share your meals with us on social media using the hashtag #EdwinTheDuck.