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Ingredients: Any kind of bread (white, wheat, grain) 1 clove of garlic 1 drizzle extra virgin olive oil per slice 1 pinch of Italian seasoning pre slice

Ingredients: 2 cups plain yogurt 2 bananas, peeled and sliced 1 cup of ice 2 tablespoons honey or sugar 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon or ground cardamom (optional) Supplies: Measuring cups and spoons Knife Cutting board Blender Large spoon Directions: •Combine the yogurt, bananas, ice and honey in a blender. •Carefully blend on medium-high speed until well-blended. Pour into chilled glasses and top with a sprinkle of cinnamon or cardamom. Alternatives: If you’d rather not use a blender, mash the yogurt, banana and honey together with the back of a spoon, and then pour the smoothie over ice. You may also use diced mango or fresh berries instead of banana. —Kameryn B.

Ingredients: •2 Bananas (peeled)   •1 cup of milk •10 strawberries (leaf cut) Materials: •A blender •1 knife (have parental guidance) •1 plastic bag •Glass jar Instructions •put the peeled bananas in the blender •put in the strawberries with leaf cut off •add the cup of milk in the blender •blend for 2 minutes (if needed add a tablespoon of sugar) •pour the smoothie into the glass jar and you have the spectacular smoothie —John N.

Directions: First, slice bread in half. Toast bread until golden brown. Next, chop garlic clove in half. Rub the garlic on the bread (don’t press too hard if you don’t want a strong garlic taste). Third, drizzle olive oil over the bread (remember that the garlic and olive oil go on both sides). Last, sprinkle the Italian seasoning over the bread (still on both sides).

Ingredients: 1 bunch of kale 1 chopped apple 1/3 cup of dried cranberries 1/2 cup of crumbled pecans Olive oil balsamic vinaigrette with Parmesan cheese Step one: assemble all ingredients and dress to taste This is a recipe I learned at camp. It is a healthful recipe because kale is very healthy. The darker green the veggie the more vitamins it has and kale is a dark leaved veggie. Kale is also full of nutrients. Pecans have healthy fat that is good for your hair and skin. Altogether this is a healthy and delicious recipe and that is why you should try it. —Matthew G.

One day I was looking for something to do, so I came across this recipe, loaded nachos. I made it and it seemed healthy because I started with making my own tortilla chips. Olive oil and salt is all it takes. It was better than most tortilla chips I’ve ever tasted. Next I added tomatoes, onion and jalapeno together. Then I added lime and low fat sour cream together to make a nice lime-sour cream sauce. I mixed together the chips and veggie mix (tomato, onion & jalapeno). I added mozzarella cheese and preheated the oven to 350 degrees. I let it cook for a good 30 minutes and added the lime-sour cream sauce and I ended up with burning lips from the jalapeno’s seed. If you want, you don’t have to add the jalapeno. On any lazy weekend you could bring out the nachos. —Joshua H.

Things you need: bowl, spoon, nuts, 2 bananas Step 1: Open your banana and cut it into slices. Step 2: Do the same to your second banana. Step 3: Get your bowl and put your nuts inside. Step 4: Then put your sliced bananas inside too! Step 5: After Step 4 put a tinge of sugar in it. (not that much!) Step 6: Get your spoon and mix it. That’s It! Enjoy! —Aniah

Review: I like this recipe because it is a quick, easy, healthy snack. I learned this recipe at Camp Chi. I really like to eat this as a side with pasta with red sauce. I would highly recommend this recipe for garlic lovers. I would not eat this if you are going out with friends. —Carly F.

Ingredients: 1 Bunch Kale 1 Tablespoon Olive oil 1 teaspoon salt Directions: 1. Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F. Line a non insulated cookie sheet with parchment paper. 2. With a knife carefully remove the thick stems and turn them into bite size pieces. Wash and thoroughly dry kale with a salad spinner. Drizzle kale with olive oil and sprinkle with seasoning salt. 3. Bake until the edges are brown but are not burnt, 10 to 15 minutes. —Drew B.

•Lettuce •Tomatoes •Chopped Chicken •Purple Onions •Ranch Dressing —Davyanna P.

Ingredients: fresh kale, fresh strawberries and not cooked boneless chicken, plastic wrap, bowl, sink, knife, oven, a refrigerator, plate, cookie sheet. Prep: Defrost chicken for 15 minutes in a clean sink with warm water running. Place your fresh kale in a 12-14 by 8-10 inch bowl. The next part, get adult supervision: cut or pull the leaves off your fresh strawberries. Next you will need a knife to cut the strawberries— slice your strawberries down the middle. Start: Pour your fresh strawberries into your bowl and slightly shake your bowl. Preheat your oven to 400˚. Place your boneless chicken in the oven with cookie sheet for 3 hours. Meanwhile, place your kale and strawberries in your refrigerator for 20 minutes. When your chicken is finished, place in your second bowl and cover it in plastic wrap. Meanwhile, let the chicken chill for 20 minutes. Put your chicken in the refrigerator, take your salad out of the refrigerator and start serving. Take your chicken out and serve. ­—Leah

Ingredients •Any low fat yogurt •5 strawberries •1 banana •1 bag of blueberry granola •3 pieces of kiwi Directions • First get a simple bowl out. • Second pour the yogurt into your bowl. • Third cut up the 5 strawberries. • Then put the strawberries in the yogurt. •After, cut the banana into slices then put it with the other food. •The almost final part: put the granola all over the yogurt. •Finally, drop the 3 last pieces of kiwi on the granola. Tada! You made a healthy meal that everyone will love! My thought about healthy foods: I don’t usually eat these kind of foods. Then I tried it and I loved it! —Alex C.

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