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Kids Corner

Kids Corner



Let your kids be King or Queen of the kitchen, you might be surprised at the foods they will eat if they simply help prepare and cook them. Have them try some of these delicious and nutritious recipes that will have both you and them jumping for joy!  

Fun Recipes for the kids




    Have your kiddos play these games that are not only fun and free, but will teach them about healthy eating, fruit, and vegetables. 


Interactive Games




Introduce your kids to fruit and veggies with these fun and free coloring pages from Fruit & Veggies More Matters


Coloring Pages





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