Breakfast Naan/Pizza with Arugula - Sharon Kobayashi 4 Servings Ingredients: Naan* or whole wheat pita bread, low salt 4 each Marinara...
Cooking Up a Rainbow The Hawaii 5210 Edition 1.0
Click here to access this edition. The publication of the E-book is funded by the Team Nutrition Grant from the Office of Hawaii Child Nutrition Programs, DOE.
Cooking Up a Rainbow
Hawaii 5210 Let's Go! and Kapiolani Community College (KCC) Culinary Institute of the Pacific partnered to feature delicious recipes that you and your keiki can prepare and enjoy together.
These recipes and ideas are part of the "Cooking Up a Rainbow" program that uses the colors of the rainbow to introduce the great variety of vibrant and tasty fruits and vegetables grown in Hawaii to children and teens. Through the exploration of sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound, we want to create a sense of adventure and empowerment for children to exercise their healthy choices in selecting and preparing the foods they like to eat. The best sources of flavor and sweetness come from fresh, local grown products.
Under the guidance of professional chefs and dieticians, and with assistance from a parent or an adult mentor, children learn to make great tasting snacks, salad, and "mini-meals" using readily available and affordable ingredients. The program is offered through community partners such as the YMCA and the Department of Education. Parent-child cooking classes are also offered through KCC's Continuing Education week-end programs for the public.
Link of the Month: Healthy Pompom Flower Cupcakes
Links to healthy recipes and cooking tips for families
- Healthy Hawaii Initiative – Tools for Healthy Living Recipes
- Veggies for Kids: Simple Recipes Liven Veggies
- The Little Foodie: Moms Who Like Food
Parents' jobs are hard enough, which is why we're sharing our successes and failures with you. Our blog is for moms and dads who care about having a healthy and happy relationship with food for themselves and their families.
- Let's Move – Let's Cook!
With one shopping list, a little preparation and dinner recipes to take you through the week - Let's Cook makes it easier to eat healthy at home.
- Center for Disease Control: Fruit and Veggies – More Matters!
Search for yummy recipes!
- Cooking With My Kid
Foodie by day, microwaver by night; I set out to teach my kid (and myself) the art of cooking in hopes of churning, burning and learning new recipes along the way. The mission: 365 recipes in 365 days. The ground rules: All cooking must be kid-assisted.
Garden Tacos with Sweet Corn Tomato Salsa (serves 4) Ingredients: 1 Tomato, chopped 1/4 Onion, minced 1/4 Jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced 1 clove Garlic, minced 1/2 Lime,...
Orange Panacotta with Fresh Papaya - Sharon Kobayashi 4 servings of ¼ cup each Low fat milk 1 cup Gelatin 1-1/2 tsp. Reduced fat cream cheese 1 oz. Honey 2 tbsp. Orange juice...
Fresh Haumakua Tomato & Kahuku Corn Salad - Alyssa Moreau Serves 4 Fresh Kahuku corn, with kernels cut-off 4 (~4 cup) Ripe Hamakua tomatoes, chopped 2 cup Black olives, cut in half...