Cream of Celery Soup
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Cream of Celery Soup Thanks to the bright and bursting flavor of the celery, you really don’t need too many ingredients for this soup. And thanks to the velvety richness of the potato, you don’t need a lot of cream either (or, to be honest, any). Prep Time 23 minutes minutes Total Time 52 minutes minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring cups Measuring spoons Soup pot Fork Slotted spoon Blender (adult needed) Pot holders or dish towel Large bowl or pot Ingredients 1 tbsp 1 tablespoon vegetable or olive oil ..read more
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Waldorf Salad
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Waldorf Salad This is our version of a classic salad that was named for the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City, where it was invented in 1896. It’s crunchy, creamy, juicy, and delicious. Prep Time 30 minutes minutes Total Time 27 minutes minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring spoons Measuring cups Medium Bowl Large spoon Ingredients 2 celery stalks, sliced 1 tart apple, unpeeled, cored, and diced 1 cup grapes (any color), halved (or another diced apple) 1/2 cup toasted walnuts, coarsely chopped 2 tbsp plain ..read more
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Simple Celery Salad
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Simple Celery Salad This is a really easy side dish that makes the most of celery’s crisp texture and bright flavor. Prep Time 15 minutes minutes Total Time 15 minutes minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring cups Measuring spoons Medium Bowl Grater Large spoon Ingredients 1 large bunch celery, including stalks, heart, and leaves, cleaned, trimmed, and sliced (around 4 cups) 1 tbsp olive oil 1/4 tsp salt Grated zest and juice of 1/2 lemon 1/2 cup shredded Parmesan or crumbled feta cheese Instructions Put ..read more
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Banana “Ice Cream” Sandwiches
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Banana "Ice-Cream" Sandwiches This recipe calls for only two ingredients and some patience. It takes a while for the bananas to freeze. And then, once they’re frozen, it takes a while for them to get creamy in the food processor. And then it really is best to freeze the assembled sandwiches until they’re solid. But after that? Creamy, dreamy perfection. It’s totally worth the wait! Prep Time 30 minutes minutes Total Time 4 hours hours 30 minutes minutes Servings 8 servings Equipment Cutting board Dinner knife Plate  Food processor (adult needed) Wooden spoon or ..read more
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Mix-and-Match Coleslaw
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Mix-and-Match Coleslaw Coleslaw is a classic sandwich side or—depending on where you live—topping. What kind do you like best? You don’t have to pick! Our all-in-one recipe offers you basic instructions for making three different variations. We don’t usually call for bags of vegetables that are already cut, but we make an exception for coleslaw because it’s tricky to cut cabbage very thinly (even for an adult). If you want to make your own cabbage mix, shred or finely slice 1/2head of green, savoy, or napa cabbage and shred 2 carrots. Prep Time 11 minutes minutes Total Time 15 ..read more
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Pizza Sliders
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Pizza Sliders This recipe offers the flavors of pizza in a fun-size mini burger. We love the deep, rich tomato flavor that comes from canned tomato paste. If you’ve never used it before, you’re in for a treat! Prep Time 30 minutes minutes Total Time 30 minutes minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring cups Measuring spoons Medium Bowl Large spoon Large skillet (not nonstick) Ingredients 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves (or 1 tablespoon dried basil) 3 tbsp tomato paste (from a 6-ounce can) 1 garlic clove, peele ..read more
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Anything-Salad Sandwich Filling
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Anything-Salad Sandwich Filling Here’s a versatile and creamy dressing that you can turn into one of three sandwich fillings! Will it be chickpea salad, egg salad, or tuna salad? Try them all to find your favorite! Prep Time 30 minutes minutes Total Time 30 minutes minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring spoons Medium Bowl Can opener Colander or strainer Potato masher or fork Ingredients 2 tbsp vegetable or olive oil 2 tbsp plain low-fat yogurt 1 celery stalk, thinly sliced 1 tsp mustard (any kind you like) 2 ..read more
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Classic Egg Sandwich
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by Colin Thompson
5M ago
  Print Classic Egg Sandwich Starting your day with an egg and a whole-grain English muffin means that you’ll get plenty of protein to keep you going until lunchtime. Making this sandwich is as quick as it is easy. In just 15 minutes (or less), you will have a nourishing meal for you and a lucky somebody else! Prep Time 15 minutes minutes Total Time 15 minutes minutes Servings 2 servings Equipment Small bowl Measuring spoons Small nonstick skillet Spatula 2 Plates Ingredients 2 large eggs 2 tsp vegetable or olive oil 2 whole-wheat English muffins, splitand toasted In ..read more
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Tropical Fruit Salad
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by Colin Thompson
10M ago
Print Tropical Fruit Salad Tropical fruits have such deliciously complex flavors—a mix of sweet and creamy and tangy—that they really don’t need any other ingredients to make them shine. But stirring a little shredded coconut into this salad is a nice way to amp up the tropical vibe. Prep Time 30 minutes Total Time 29 minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Cutting board Sharp knife (adult needed) Measuring cups Large bowl Large spoon Ingredients 4 cups bite-size fresh tropical fruit pieces, peel and pit the fruit if needed (Try mangos, papayas, pineapple, bananas, kiwis, or a ..read more
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Gingerbread Milk
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by Colin Thompson
10M ago
  Print Gingerbread Milk We love this sweetly spiced recipe as an anytime warmer, but we especially enjoy it when we’re backyard camping, or even just sitting outside on one of those chilly evenings of early spring. (Of course you should feel free to drink it inside, if that’s where you are.) Prep Time 8 minutes Total Time 8 minutes Servings 4 servings Equipment Measuring cups Measuring spoons Medium Pot Whisk or fork Pot holders Ladle 4 mugs Ingredients 4 cups milk 3 tbsp honey or maple syrup or 1 tbsp molasses 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp ground ..read more
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