Archive For The “Kids Can Cook” Category

Egg White Spinach Artichoke Mini Frittatas

By admin | May 10, 2010

image: Randy Mayor; Lydia DeGaris-Pursell from Want to cut cholesterol? Need a quick “heat ‘em and eat ‘em” breakfast? Looking to “sneak” more dark leafy greens and vegetables into breakfast? Have I found a yummy solution for you… Using a large muffin pan you can whip up a batch of these, some for now [...]

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Spiced Cupcakes

By admin | December 22, 2009

This is a very easy recipe (so easy I made it w/ my kidlet while the baby was napping) adapted from the Easy Cupcake Recipe found at This particular recipe came was inspired by my desire to make spice cookies and the kidlet’s desire to make cupcakes. So why not combine the two for [...]

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Operation Zero

By admin | October 14, 2009

Kaiser Permanente’s Operation Zero is an eight-session program designed for overweight children ages 11-17 to help them and their parents learn healthy tips and habits to fight obesity. I was happy to be a part of a recent session at the Cascade medical facility to show the kids how to make some dishes that are [...]

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Recipe Round Up – Summer 2009

By admin | September 2, 2009

What an amazing summer! It’s been incredible seeing you all at the Green Market at Piedmont Park, FREE monthly healthy cooking classes at Saint Philip AME Church, the National Black Arts Festival demos, lots of on-the-job lunch and learns and the Art of Healthy Cooking classes presented by Kaiser Permanente, KIDS CAN COOK sessions at [...]

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Banana Bread Muffins

By admin | April 5, 2009

Zen got the idea of banana bread stuck in his head after watching an episode of Blues Clues. After talking about it all week, we picked up a bunch of bananas today and made muffins instead of a loaf. Just seemed more fun that way! This recipe has my modification based on one posted by [...]

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