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13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning

With the first day of school fast approaching (or already here for some kids), it's time to think about starting off the school year right. When busy parents are putting together their shopping list for supplies, they usually manage to tick everything off the list — notebooks, pencils, pens, index cards, and perhaps some new clothes. But there's one thing that they may not be giving enough attention to — how, exactly, to stock the fridge, and what to pack tiny (or not so tiny) Tim for lunch.

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Despite Michelle Obama's best efforts to reform the school lunch program nationwide, most schools have a long way to go before their lunches are where they need to be in terms of nutrition. After all, a serving of tomato paste still counts as a serving of vegetables in a school lunch — this concession was won by lobbyists representing the food industry.

Approximately 32 million children currently participate in a school lunch program. And while the changes that have been made — requiring the use of whole grains and low-fat milk, doubling the serving size of fruits and vegetables, and establishing ceilings on daily calorie intake, salt, and trans fats — are good, they'll probably need to go a bit farther before more parents have enough confidence to let schools feed their kids.

Besides that, there's also the issue of taste. And that's one thing legislation probably can't solve.

So The Daily Meal stepped in with an army of moms. These recipes are quick, easy, and delicious, and we aren't ashamed to say that they make use of some help from the store. We've organized them into a suggested five-day menu that you can modify to your tastes, and each day features one or two snacks and one or two options for lunch. So, without further ado, here are five nutritious meals that kids will actually eat.

Will Budiaman is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @WillBudiaman.

Your Seriously Easy Back-to-School Dinner Plan

Labor Day has come and gone, and with it, the last long weekend of the summer—the last hurrah before vacation disappears into the ether until Thanksgiving. It's back to real life, and back to school.

Here's How a Novelist-Dad Cooks for His Two Very Hungry Sons in a Week

And during the back-to-school hustle, there isn't a minute to spare. When it comes to cooking for a family, I always turn to Anya and Rhoda, the two most #GIRLBOSS moms I know (besides my own mom, duh) and the in-house Epi mother mentors, for words of wisdom. And what do they want? Easy back-to-school recipes to get through those first few weeks of fall.

Although I try and keep my recipes simple and delicious, I tend to have a little more time to cook, because when cooking for one, you can cook for hours, and it's totally okay if you eat dinner at midnight some nights. Anya needs to feed her two daughter chick-a-dees by 7pm sharp, or chirp they will. Rhoda, mother to two-year-old Lennox, likes to keep cooking simple AF.

Which is why, when thinking about this year's grocery bag menu, I decided to keep these back-to-school dinner recipes simple. Real simple. As in fast techniques. A short grocery list to keep shopping as straightforward as possible. A focus on prepping ahead. Customizable dinners that can be easily tweaked for picky eaters. Because we can all get through the first week of school (or TBH the first week back at work after summer is over if we're talking about me). Here's how:

That’s why my blogging friends and I are sharing our best easy back to school recipes with you, in this back to school meal plan!

Easy Back to School Appetizers and Snacks

Sweet & Salty Trail Mix, from Love Bakes Good Cakes

Easy Black Bean and Corn Salad, from Cooking on the Front Burner

Strawberry Fluff, from Around My Family Table

Veggie Mac & Cheese, from Liz on Call

Easy Back to School Main Dishes

Pizza Muffins from Bread Booze Bacon

Look how easy the pizza muffins are to make. I can’t wait to try this recipe!

Pizza Muffins

Sure to please the pickiest of eaters, this PIZZA MUFFIN RECIPE is a quick & easy mom win! And they can be made to order with your favorite pizza toppings!RECIPE–>

Опубліковано Bread Booze Bacon 19 липня 2017 р.

Back to School Turkey Pinwheels, from Self Proclaimed Foodie

Garbage Plates, from The Life Jolie

Cheeseburger Mac and Cheese, from The Gingered Whisk

Easy Back to School Desserts

Fried Apple Pie Egg Rolls
These dessert egg rolls are SO easy to make. Watch this quick tutorial!
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Peanut Butter & Jelly Popcorn, from Home Cooking Memories

Kid-Friendly Beverages

Carnival Lemonade, from Around My Family Table

Mango Raspberry Smoothie, from Cooking on the Front Burner

Which of these easy back to school recipes do you think your family will enjoy the most?



50 Easy Back to School Crock Pot Dinners

Juggling the kids, school, and dinner can be a challenge. These 50 Easy Back to School Crock Pot Dinners will make it SO simple to get a meal everyone loves on the table!

During the week I love easy crock pot dinners. I want something I can set and forget and then go on about my day. These 50 Back to School Crock Pot Dinners have enough recipes to cover you for also TWO months! Take the guess out of dinner and rotate through the five main ingredients from each group below. There’s a best crock pot dinner option for every night of the week!

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I’m always looking for new ways to serve up chicken! These crockpot chicken dinners are a lifesaver during the week!

    – I can’t begin to count how many times I’ve made this recipe. It’s the BEST! – This is hands down my husband’s favorite meal! – My kids love when I serve this dish over rice. It soak up the extra sauce and is so good! – Talk about flavor! This chicken is insanely good! – Easiest fajitas EVER! And no chance for the kids to burn their hands. – I love not have to get so many dishes dirty when I make this slow cooker version! – Like chicken piccata, only better! I’ll take this over a restaurant any day! – What’s not to love about mushrooms and chicken in a crazy good marsala sauce?! – add a little feta cheese and a yummy cucumber salad and you’re in business! Chop it up and serve it with tzatziki in naan bread for lunch the next day! – Everyone goes back for seconds. Everyone.

Beefy, hearty meals are always a hit at our dinner table!

    – I could have this every day of the week. I shouldn’t, but at least I would be really happy! – This reminds me of weekends at my grandma’s house. Total comfort food! – Give some of this beef, a tortilla, and I’m going to make you the best tacos and burritos around! – I had my doubts (because it wasn’t cooked on a smoker), but this brisket is so tender! – Big hunks of tender beef over noodles? My kids love it! – Don’t get your house all hot by turning on the oven. Let your slow cooker do to work instead! – Forget going out to eat. This beef recipe is too good to pay restaurant prices! – A modern adaptation of Julia’s recipe. To die for! – Tender shredded beef with a little heat. My husband loves making sandwiches with the leftovers! – Serve over some rice or quinoa and you’re good to go!

Pork may be the other white meat, but at our house, we call it dinner!

    – A one-pot meal your family is going to ask for again and again! – The only ribs easier than these are the ones you don’t have to cook yourself! – This pork is ridiculously good! A little heat and potatoes and yum!! – I put this pork in everything! Sandwiches, quesadillas (oh yes), and even on salads! – Forget the pre-made canned stuff. One bit of this recipe and you’ll never go back! – You’ll totally be channeling John Leguizamo in Chef at dinner time! – BBQ sauce, cheese, and bacon on pork chops?! What kids wouldn’t say yes to that?! – So easy, and better for you than take out! – It’s no whole hog in the ground, but this recipe is pretty darn good with some macaroni salad on the side! – Eat this recipe as is of pile everything up on hoagie rolls for sandwiches!

A comforting bowl of pasta is always welcome after a long day!

    – Love love love this pasta recipe, and the best part is you can change your pizza toppings to whatever your family likes! – A classic. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! – My favorite easy alfredo ever! You can even add in some sun-dried tomatoes and spinach for a Tuscan twist! – You never know how easy it was to make Lo Mein at home until now! – The best of two meals all mixed up for the best mac and cheese around! – Beef, pasta, and cheese with some veggies mixed in is a total meal win! – Layers of deliciousness you can’t resist! – I love everything about this pasta! I know your family will too! – A little spice is just the ticket to change up dinner time. This is also really good with some grilled shrimp instead of chicken! – Give taco night a slow cooker spin! Pasta instead of taco shells, with practically no work!

Mix things up with the easy crock pot dinners!

    – I like to swap out for ground turkey to lighten things up. So good!! – The best part about this recipe is you can use any extra meatballs and sauce for spaghetti at lunch the next day. Just cook up some pasta! – Every kid I know loves Frito pie. Let them choose their own toppings and they’ll dig right in! – You don’t need a giant pot for this meal! It’s a fun treat for a Friday. – Did you know you can make pizza in your slow cooker?! I didn’t know for the longest time and oh my gosh were we missing out! – Classic comfort food at its best! – Hearty and filling. Love love love this recipe! – Eat it straight up or top with your favorite taco toppings! – They call it crack chicken for a reason! Your family is going to be addicted to these sandwiches! – Down home cooking made SUPER easy in the slow cooker!


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I started racking my mind for things I could do to support my parent-friends in my life. Listening, offering to help, supporting in any way I could.

And then, it hit me: food is always so hard to come up with after busy days of school, work, extracurriculars, meetings, and the like. I'm sure it will continue to be such with changing schedules, homeschooling, working from home, and more.

So why don't I come up with a list of the fastest and easiest kid-friendly recipes you can have a the ready to feed at your family?

Because, even if there's some unknown this season, you can at least know how you're going to take care of and nourish your family. And when you're fueled from the inside-out, things always somehow feel a little more doable.

Please enjoy my collection of recipes from some of my favorite bloggers and let me know in the comments below if there are any other types of recipes you'd like me to feature this fall!

32 Quick and Healthy Dinners for Back to School

Make back to school a breeze with these quick and healthy dinner ideas! Find thirty two delicious recipes your whole family will love and our simple to prep.

Back to school time is upon us and that means our lazy days of summer quickly become jam packed days with activities, homework, and countless other tasks. And let's be honest - healthy dinners sometimes fall to the bottom of the list. Luckily we have you covered!

Check out these 32 delicious recipes all ready in under 30 minutes. Many are complete meals so you won't even have to think about a side dish. And for those that do need a side dish, I highly recommend stocking up on frozen brown rice and quinoa along with some microwave friendly bags of fresh veggies. Both usually cook in under 5 minutes so its easy to get them from freezer to table while dinner is cooking. Or if you are really prepared, prep your side dishes on the weekend so they are ready to go.

Easy Weeknight Chicken Recipes

Chicken is always in our weekly rotation since its affordable, cooks quickly, and its something everyone in our family loves. However it can get boring if you are always preparing it the same way. These are all tried and true recipes that are perfect for busy weeknights. Bonus! Many make great leftovers for quick and easy lunches or repeat meals.

Courtesy of Minimalist Baker

This vegan recipe could convert even the staunchest carnivores. Smashed chickpeas, sunflower seeds, and vegan mayo (or regular, if that's preferred) come together for a satisfying sandwich filling. Make a big batch and scoop it into sandwiches all week.

Get the recipe from Minimalist Baker.

20 Quick and Fresh Dinners to Make on a School Night

Now that school is back is session, leisurely summer evenings have been replaced with a hustle between soccer practice, band, and homework. When it feels like a dash to get dinner on the table, you want to have quick and satisfying meals on your side. With a short list of ingredients, minimal prep, and smart shortcuts, these 20 recipes are here to help make it possible to get dinner on the table, even on the most hectic of weeknights.

1. Creamy Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Roll-Ups

Filled with shredded chicken, creamy Alfredo sauce, and cheese, these simple roll-ups are your weeknight solution to lasagna. (Minus the big pan and lengthy cook time.)

2. Maple-Mustard Chicken Thighs

This is the kind of meal you’ll want to keep in your regular weeknight dinner rotation. Rich chicken thighs are paired with a maple and Dijon sauce that makes them pop.

3. Gorgonzola-Stuffed Steak Roll-Ups

Treat yourself for surviving Monday! Steak has a wonderful way of feeling fancy, but what you might love most is how quick and easy it is to get this meal on the table.

4. 10-Minute Black Bean Tacos

Simple yet filling, these are the tacos you want to keep in your back pocket for the nights you need to get dinner on the table as soon as possible. Don’t forget the salsa, sour cream, and guac for topping.

5. 10-Minute Garlicky Tomato Spaghetti

Filled with tomatoes and fresh basil, this seriously speedy weeknight dinner it excellent when you have the last of those summer tomatoes sitting on the counter.

6. Fish in Crazy Water

This rustic Italian dinner poaches white fish, like flounder or tilapia, in aqua pazza, or crazy water, a tomato-based broth enhanced with garlic and herbs.

7. Chili and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast

This hearty stuffed chicken breast leans on store-bought shortcuts, like canned chili and pre-shredded cheese, to help get a hearty dinner on the table fast.

8. Rainbow Pizza

Treat yourself to pizza and get your fill of colorful veggies at the same time. It’s a tasty way to put your farmers market haul to work or clear out the crisper.

9. Caramelized Figs and Ravioli with Rosemary Brown Butter & Crispy Prosciutto

This is the weeknight-worthy, fast and fancy dinner that gives a basic package of cheese ravioli a big upgrade.

39 of the Ultimate Back to School Recipes &ndash from breakfast recipes, to snack, lunch and dinner. You&rsquore gonna love the easy recipes here to make back to school season a breeze!

Guys, this will be the first year that I actually take advantage of all those back to school recipes. I&rsquom in need of fun lunch ideas, easy snack recipes, and of course quick dinner recipes on those nights I don&rsquot want to slave away in the kitchen.

So for your convenience and MINE I created a roundup of about 39 back to school recipes from some of the best bloggers out there! You&rsquore going to love this collection and I don&rsquot know about you. But I&rsquom totally going to make every single one of these recipes. Starting with the homemade fruit leather! Yes please!

Bon Appetit friends! I hope you enjoy! Make sure to pin this recipe for later so you are ready for back to school season!

This healthy, gluten free chicken burrito bowl recipe can be made ahead of time, so it&rsquos ready to go for busy days. It&rsquos a dairy-free delicious desk lunch option!

Healthy STRAWBERRY OATMEAL BARS filled with juicy strawberries and a buttery crumble topping for only 132 calories a serving! Serve it for breakfast, dessert, or eat it as a snack! Just make it!

Easy homemade fruit leather, packed with four different types of berries. A fun and healthy snack for the entire family.

A LIGHT & EASY CHICKEN SALAD RECIPE that&rsquos low carb, high protein, and gluten free! This Chicken Salad is made with greek yogurt, mustard, grapes, and fresh lemon juice. Perfect for a quick lunch!

Healthy cake? Yup! Packed with whole grains, low on the sugar, and totally tasty, these healthy carrot cake muffins are a great breakfast option.

Grilled Buffalo Chicken Salad an easy 30 minute recipe smothered in buffalo sauce and filled with grilled vegetables for one delicious bite! Summer salads never tasted so good!

30 Minute Greek Turkey Meatball Gyros topped with a classic Tzatziki Sauce you&rsquoll want to swim in! These Gyros are the perfect healthy dinner option for the family and clock in 429 calories! Woohoo!

Spinach and Tomato Grilled Cheese Pitas: dunk them in your favorite soup or face-plant into them all on their own for a quick and easy lunch that&rsquos always a hit!

Easy Apple Peanut Butter Energy Bites, a perfect after school snack for the kids or mid day pick me up on a busy workday. These Energy Bites are loaded with peanut butter and nutrients for one delicious bite!

These Flourless Peanut Butter Waffles are not only easy to make, but also protein rich! All you need are a few healthy ingredients and they turn out light, fluffy, dairy free, and delicious!

It&rsquos fall in a bar! Filled with maple syrup, pumpkin spice mix, pepitas, almonds and cranberries this No Bake Pumpkin Spice Granola Bar Recipe will make you leave the store bought granola bar days behind!

Easy SWEET POTATO BLACK BEAN QUINOA BOWLS topped with a zesty Cilantro Dressing you&rsquoll want to pour all over. A fresh vegetarian meal that will satisfy even those meat lovers!

These mason jar zucchini lasagna are the perfect, portable healthy meal! They&rsquore low carb, gluten free, packed with protein and perfect to prep ahead to grab and go!

15 Minute NO BAKE OATMEAL COOKIE ENERGY BALLS, an easy healthy snack or on-the-go breakfast option! Filled with hearty oats, maple syrup, and sweet raisins, these energy balls taste just like an Oatmeal Cookie!

Maple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars are naturally sweetened and gluten-free. Enjoy as a healthy snack or easy, on-the-go breakfast!

Paleo Baked Salmon that&rsquos rubbed down with a sweet & spicy spice blend then topped with a fresh zesty Avocado Salsa! This easy healthy recipe is done in less than 30 minutes!

One Pot Mexican Shakshuka an easy dinner recipe made in 30 minutes only 206 calories a serving. Eggs baked in a spicy mexican inspired tomato sauce &ndash it&rsquos egg-cellent!

A few healthy shortcuts mean these Easy Chicken Caesar Wraps come together in less that 10 minutes&mdashmaking them perfect for a healthy lunch or busy weeknight dinner.

Chimichurri Avocado Pasta with Pan Seared Shrimp, a zesty healthy 25 Minute Pasta you&rsquoll feel good about feeding your family! Plus it&rsquos loaded with fiber, protein, and healthy fats!

Perfect for Breakfast, School Lunches and Snacks! These Baked Oatmeal Cups are Packed with Protein, Make Ahead and Freezer Friendly!

Inspiralized Vegetable Enchiladas are a easy light 30 minute meal. Perfect for your next taco night!

Homemade STEAK FAJITA BURRITO BOWLS filled with quinoa, fajita steak, avocado and a cilantro lime chimichurri sauce you&rsquoll adore. This quick Burrito Bowl is done in 30 minutes and is sure to be a favorite!

Creamy, flavorful, and healthy, this Chicken Tuscan Pasta Bake is perfect to eat right away or to prep ahead and freeze for another day. Great for sharing with people in need of a meal, too.

Lunch just got easier with these Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups! Only 5 ingredients, bread free, less than 200 calories a serving and every bit as satisfying.

A little granola does something very special to a blueberry muffin recipe. Blueberry Granola Crunch Muffins are a delicious way to start your day!

A low carb creamy, green, and tangy Avocado Egg Salad, the &ldquomac-daddy&rdquo of all Egg Salads with a minimal amount of mayonnaise.

Creamy Lemon Pasta with salty Prosciutto &ndash this pasta recipe is easy to make, filled with flavor, and guaranteed to be a new family favorite!

These easy homemade fruit roll ups have just 3 ingredients and require only a blender and an oven. They&rsquore a fun and healthy snack that the whole family is going to love!

Buffalo Chicken Quinoa Bowls topped with avocado, tomato, shredded buffalo chicken, drizzled with ranch and served on a bed of quinoa. Football food just got a healthy facelift!

These sausage and kale make ahead egg muffins are a low carb, grain free, high protein breakfast that you can make ahead and store in the fridge.

Easy 15 Minute Cauliflower Chicken Fried Rice that&rsquos way better than takeout and tons healthier for you, clocking in at a whopping 205 calories a serving! PS you&rsquore kids will never know its cauliflower not rice!

Cheesy Baked Turkey Meatballs cooked in Marinara sauce to keep them flavorful and moist. A comfort food that only takes 30 minutes to make! Holla!

Easy to make Turkey Pinwheels have great flavor and are a fun (but still simple) alternative to a traditional sandwich!

An easy dinner recipe for a busy week, and no stove needed! Pesto Chicken Zoodles with Burst Tomatoes, full of bold flavors, high in protein, and in low carbs! Your family will love it!

Ground Turkey Tacos in Lettuce Wraps topped with a fresh Cilantro Lime Crema &ndash a great healthy weeknight meal option that&rsquos full of flavor and gluten free!

Easy, No Bake Granola Bars are Flavored with Peanut Butter and Sweetened with Honey!

A Grilled Chicken Fajita Panini filled with juicy spice rubbed chicken, grilled peppers and onions, creamy fontina cheese, and zesty chimichurri for the perfect sandwich bite. You&rsquoll want this sandwich for lunch AND dinner!

20 Minute BBQ Chicken Tacos with a short cut you&rsquore gonna love. This Chicken Tacos are loaded with light fresh flavors and are less than 300 calories a serving!

Lemon Blueberry Oatmeal Bars, filled with fresh fruit, lemon zest, and topped with a crumble that you won&rsquot be able to stop munching on! These Bars are easy to throw together and make a great breakfast, snack, or even dessert!

30+ Back to School Meal Prep Recipes

Back to school marks new beginnings, mixed emotions and all of a sudden…stress! How can you manage your time, juggle more responsibilities and, of course, pack lunch for your picky eater? These Back to School Meal Prep recipes will get you through your kids breakfast, snack, and lunch a week in advance. No more stressful mornings around here!

Photo: Northview Public Schools

To get you started, here are three easy steps to keep in mind when you planning back to school lunches for your kids and trying to level up your back to school meal prep.

  1. Weekly Menu Planning and Grocery Shopping
    Depending on what your kids like eating for lunch, it’s easy to search the internet for ideas and menus to help create a shopping list before you leave for the grocery store. When shopping, pick up frozen or refrigerated food last, right before heading to the cashier, so it can stay cold longer. Make sure that perishable items are placed in the fridge or freezer within two hours after you finish your grocery shopping. If you’re a farmers market shopping, click here for our expert shopping tips.
  2. Safe Food Preparation
    The easiest way to keep germs out of your kitchen is to make sure everything that will come in contact with your food is clean, including your hands. Handwashing is the first and easiest step to avoid foodborne illnesses. A recent studied by USDA shows that 97 percent of the times participants should have washed their hands they did not do so correctly or at all. This poor hand hygiene caused participants to cross-contaminate other spice containers, refrigerator handles, even ready-to-eat foods and other areas of their kitchen with a harmless tracer bacteria. Be sure to wash your hands with soap and warm water for a full 20 seconds and dry them with a clean towel. Also, clean your utensils, countertops and cutting boards with soap and hot water. With the clean step accomplished, begin preparing your lunches for the week. You can prep ahead by cutting ready-to-eat items like fruits, veggies or deli meats and placing them in storage bags or food containers. You also can boil eggs a day ahead, or make sandwiches and refrigerate.
  3. Safe Packing
    It’s packing time! Before leaving for school, grab your insulated lunch bag — never use a paper lunch bag if packing perishable items — and fill it with the ready-to-go food items and two cold sources like frozen water bottles, frozen juice boxes or freezer packs. Consider storing the insulated bag in the freezer overnight to make sure it’s as cold as possible when you pack it in the morning. With two cold sources, your perishables should be kept safely cold (at 40°F or below) until lunch time. If there is a fridge in the classroom, the lunch bag can be stored there with the lid open so the cold air can circulate faster. When packing hot items (soups or chili) use an insulated container to keep it hot. Fill the container with boiling water, let stand for a few minutes, empty and then put in the piping hot food. Tell your child to keep the insulated container closed until lunchtime to keep the food at 140°F or above.

Our Top 6 Brain-Boosting Seafood Recipes for Back to School

We know that many of you (and your little seafoodies) are either back in school or preparing to head back after the Labor Day holiday. It’s important to start off the new school season strong, with new notebooks, freshly sharpened pencils, and our personal favorite: brain food.

As we’ve talked about on the blog before, seafood is full of the brain-boosting nutrients such as Omega-3s. Since half of our brain and eyes are comprised of the omega-3 DHA, it’s essential for young children to consume DHA regularly for optimal development in these areas. Additionally, these nutrients may help increase our brain matter as we age, which is important for processing information, memories, and emotions.

To help you and your family fuel up before the new school year, we rounded up a few of our favorite brain-boosting seafood recipes below. In addition to seafood, each of these recipes also contains another brain-healthy ingredient. Talk about a winner, winner, top notch seafood dinner!

Pro tip: If it’s a struggle getting your child to try seafood, be sure to check our tips and tricks for turning your picky eater into a seafoodie here.

Lightened Honey Walnut Shrimp

We’re nutty for this scrumptious shrimp dish! Walnuts are a great source of the brain-boosting nutrients vitamin B12 and B6, as well as omega-3s.

Get this Brain-Boosting Seafood recipe here.

Spinach & Salmon Mac ’n’ Cheese

The classic kid favorite gets a boost with the addition of brain-friendly salmon and spinach.

Get this Brain-Boosting Seafood recipe here.

Garlic Parmesan Salmon & Asparagus

Packed with nutrients like folate and omega-3s and easy to throw together on a school night, this salmon dinner gets an A+.

Get this Brain-Boosting Seafood recipe here.

Pomegranate Orange Glazed Salmon

Two of our favorite antioxidant-rich fruits come together for this gorgeously glazed salmon dish.

Source: Lean Green Nutrition Fiend

Get this Brain-Boosting Seafood recipe here.

Avocado Ranch Tuna Salad

Give your kids a midday brain boost with this tasty twist on a traditional tuna salad sandwich.

Get this Brain-Boosting Seafood recipe here.

Stovetop Tuna Orzo Casserole with Broccoli

This brain-fueling tuna noodle casserole can be on the table in just 30 minutes. Perfect after a long day of school or work!

Watch the video: Επιστροφή στα θρανία για τους μικρούς μαθητές (November 2021).