Saturday, February 28, 2015

15 Naturally Green Recipes for St. Patrick's Day

Been trying to get your kids to eat more veggies but they won't come near anything green? St. Patrick's Day may be your godsend. As part of the festivities, many kids are willing to try new-to-them foods that happen you be, you guessed it, green! Try whipping up one of these naturally green recipes for breakfast or a snack on March 17th. You may help your kids discover a new favorite - no crazy food coloring required!

Rosemary and Feta Stuffed Fried Green Olives
from Creative Green Living
(they sound weird but my 4 year old loves them)

Broccoli Spinach Pesto Pasta
from Homegrown Friends
(the author said her three picky kids all ate it and asked for seconds!)

Spinach and Artichoke Dip Recipe
from Spark People

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