15 minutes | Serves 2-4
These “burritos” only have 4 ingredients and are a simple snack that even the youngest chefs can cook! They also are lunchbox friendly and make a great lunch when rounded out with veggies and dip.
Can be made:
60 minutes total | Serves 4-6 as a snack or 2-4 as a meal
We think this recipe will be awesome for family movie night, watching a game, or even for dinner! There’s no actual chips in these nachos, instead we use sweet potato slices for a sweet and yummy substitute.
Can be made:
15 minutes total | Serves 2-4
This hot cocoa will warm even the chilliest of winter days! This simple recipe is a quick dessert for 2 that is great for beginner chefs.
Makes 20 cookies | 60 minutes (30 minutes active, plus 30 minutes in oven)
These cookies are crunchy, chocolate-y, and made with oats and pecans instead of flour. They’re also vegan, gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free so that more Nomsters can enjoy a treat! #nomnomnom
30 minutes active time | Serves 12
If you’re looking for something to get you in the winter spirit, look no further! The main ingredients in this recipe are dates and sunflower seeds, but once we add cocoa powder, peppermint extract, and candy cane decorations, you’ll be singing jingle bells before you know it!
1 hour 35 minutes total (30 active, 65 minutes bake time) | Serves 8
This treat is both nutritious and delicious! It is packed full of zucchini, bananas, applesauce and whole wheat flour and finished with dark chocolate chips. It’s a perfect project for the family to make together on a rainy day.
Can be made:
30 minutes prep + 15 minutes bake time (45 minutes total) | Serves 4-6
Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli is a yummy and crowd-pleasing family dinner! The chicken marinade combines the classic Asian flavors of soy sauce and sesame oil with fresh citrus juice from orange and lime. You’ll be nomming this dinner again and again. :)
40 minutes | Serves 4-6
These waffles are the perfect whole grain start to any morning! Whether you whip them up on a lazy weekend morning or prep and freeze ahead of time, you’ll start your day with a spring in your step. We top them with ricotta and fruit to make them extra fancy for your kid chef.
20 minutes active time + 30 minutes bake time (50 minutes total) | Serves 4
These kale chips are a tasty and healthier alternative to chips or crackers. The taco seasoning makes them extra yummy, and you can add as much spicy cayenne as your kid chef likes!
15 minutes + overnight resting time | Serves 1-2
Looking for a less-rushed breakfast routine? Make these overnight oats the day before for breakfast in a jiffy! These oats are protein-packed so they’ll keep your family fueled throughout the day.