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Kid friendly meals through school days

 

As we are targeting more and more veganism, not just for animals, but also for climate and other problems we have today on Earth, the plant-based recipes and products are growing essentially, monthly.

The good news is that kids can have their own recipes in school, after school, which is a great thing, in my opinion!

This is a perfect educational family-friendly experience with flavorsome recipes, throughout school days. It is about not just fine dining, but mouthwatering desserts, too.

All parents know how hard it is when you do not have ideas to get through those days, what to cook, what to have for your fellows. This limiting time spent in the kitchen helping families with a lunchbox fuel all with energizing food.

More interesting are the veggie and vegan options, which are made.

You can find it here a nice recipe of

Vegan Pulled Chipotle Chik’n Sliders
Photo: Vegan Pulled Chipotle Chik’n Sliders/Source: culinary.net

 

For example, the following recipe is very tasty, and you can use plant-based cheese, by violife.

A Perfect Pasta for School Nights

Weeknight meals mean putting on the table in a short amount of time and you can have a nice family gathering.

You can prepare for example a Lentil Bolognese or chickpea bolognese with Veggie-Based Penne for a quick yet flavorful recipe that can be enjoyed by little ones and adults alike. The Veggiecraft Farms Cauliflower Penne is its key ingredient, this is a simple meal for all family members and incorporates vegetables without changing the great taste. This is Available in popular shapes like penne, spaghetti, and elbow, and made with lentils, peas, cauliflower, zucchini, or sweet potato. All those veggie-based kinds of pasta are gluten-free, non-GMO, vegan, Kosher, and good sources of protein and fiber.

Visit veggiecraftfarms.com for more information and family-friendly recipes.

Recipe:

Lentil Bolognese with Veggie-Based Penne

1          cup dry French green lentils or brown lentils
1          jar (24 ounces) of marinara sauce
1/2       cup vegetable broth
1          box Veggiecraft Farms Cauliflower Penne

Toppings:

fresh basil
Parmesan cheese –  vegan
red pepper flakes

Cook the lentils according to package directions. Drain then return to pot and add marinara and vegetable broth. Stir well and simmer over low heat for about 10 minutes.

Cook penne according to package directions.

Top cooked pasta with lentil Bolognese, fresh basil, Parmesan cheese, and red pepper flakes.

 

We will add more recipe ideas to your family and kids, soon!

 

 




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