Kids love to help in the kitchen and it encourages them to eat healthy foods when they have a hand in making them. The internet is flooded with recipes you can create with kids but trying to get through all the options out there can be exhausting. Cooking with kids is a great way to bond with them but it's also a wonderful way to get them excited about what they are going to eat. They are filled with pride and joy when they can show off what delicious treats they have made. We have rounded up some of our favorite recipes so you can start cooking with your kids.
Topics: Kid Friendly Recipes
Social media has been taken by storm with delicious food videos. One of which has been the very delicious Cowboy Pasta Salad.
Topics: Barley Side Dish
Topics: Healthy BBQ recipes
For generations zucchini has been given a bad rap, usually it's known as the green in the mixed veggie medley at buffets or that vegetable that is shredded to make grandmas zucchini bread. A little known fact is that zucchini's are the perfect vessel to bake things in, stuffed peppers are't the only vegetable we can use to cook food in. These healthy zucchini boats will please old and young alike. The perfect way to eat vegetables, while making a fun and visually appealing meal. These zucchini boats can be made in the oven and if you are feeling super adventurous on the grill. Lemon, feta, tomatoes, onion and barley make this dish a true healthy treat. Who said eating healthy has to be boring? For another zucchini idea, check out how we used stuffing and filled zucchini for a fun appetizer.
Breakfast bowls have a reputation for being filled with eggs, bacon and delicious meats. While this sounds appealing, the health benefits are horrifying. Many of these "breakfast bowls" will leave you feeling tired and bloated. Don't break up with breakfast bowls just yet though, there are many benefits to a delicious and quick tropical breakfast bowl.
Topics: Fruit Recipes
A simple guide to onions.
Onions have been a staple in cooking since they were cultivated, which our friends over at the National Onion Association claim to be 5000 years or so ago. From mirepoix to french onion soups, onions are in almost everything we eat. An onion is an onion, right? Wrong. There are so many varieties of onions, it can be confusing to understand the differences and names. Fear not, Mochi Mugi is here to help you.
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