Eat Better Together This Holiday Season

Eating meals together is good for everyone, especially this holiday season. The time spent preparing and eating meals together supports physical, social,  and emotional health for children and teens. This “Eat Better, Eat Together” Guide includes a range of fun ideas and recipes:

  • Cook with Kids: If kids help prepare their meals, they are more likely to eat what they make and tend to be more adventurous eaters. There are plenty of fun recipes included in this guide.
  • Add Dairy to Enhance Any Meal or Snack: The guide includes clever ways to add nutritious dairy products to common snacks/meals your students might eat.
  • Dairy Hacks This Holiday Season: Out of sour cream? Substitute the same amount of plain Greek yogurt and enjoy the added protein. The guide includes several simple hacks like these!