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This recipe came about as the result of packing school lunches. Two of our children are now in school and both have students in their class with nut allergies. In an effort to reduce the risk of exposure we have been looking for foods out children will love that replace our household staples of almonds, nut mixes, peanut butter sandwiches, etc.

Swiss chard is a dark leafy green that is considered a “super food” because of it’s high content of phytonutrients, and is just plain good for you. You can eat it in a variety of ways such as raw in salads, blended into smoothies, steamed, or sauteed. In this recipe it’s sauteed with grilled chicken and makes a simple yet delicious meal packed full of nutrients as well as flavor. I hope you enjoy it!

This is an easy, inexpensive and quick meal that’s rich without being full of heavy (fattening) creams and tons of butter.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Slow Cooker Street Tacos.

Blueberry shortcakes aren't just for dessert, you can also have them for breakfast, like I did this morning with my cup of coffee!

Watch some simple steps to an amazing dinner for your family.

This jambalaya recipe is easy and versatile. If you don’t like the proteins I use, it’s simple enough to change it up to what you or your family likes.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Crunchy Lime Wasabi Salmon.

Watch some simple steps to an amazing dinner for your family.

This recipe makes about 20 cookies if you make them the size of a golf ball.

Full of protein, this bean dip has become one of my favorite ways to tame my hunger pangs.

This soup is delicious, versatile, inexpensive and easy!

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Zucchini Stir Fry.

Every great meal should end with dessert, because dessert can be a nutritious addition to your meal.

If you like the fancy "look" of the ridges, try using a biscuit cutter, like I did - pretty cool, huh? You could also use a cookie cutter.

By now, your summer garden is producing plenty of vegetables. And sometimes you can have an over-abundance of veggies.

Every single time I have made this pie and served it, either myself or kids or their friends stop in their tracks and while they Mmmmmmmm, you can see misting in their eyes. Honestly it is that good.

Within these bars are 2 cups of mix-ins that are completely up to you. Dried fruit, chocolate chips, chopped nuts, coconut, sunflower seeds, even granola or crispy rice cereal.

If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of One Pan Tacos.