The nutrition tips below are on the flip side of the February Daily Scoop recipe card, for students to take home and share with family. Each Daily Scoop monthly issue comes with a beautiful poster too!
2 large / 10 inch whole grain rich flour tortillas
1 cup frozen soy beans (shelled), also known as Edamame
1/2 cup fresh sugar snap peas, chopped (or regular peas, thawed)
1/2 cup mandarin oranges (canned or fresh), peeled and chopped
1 celery stalk, sliced thin
2 cups of greens, with some cabbage & chopped broccoli suggested
1/2 cup cashews (or peanuts)
Asian salad dressing of your choice, such as -
Spicy Thai Peanut or Soy Ginger (or a blend of both).
Warm tortilla over medium-low heat until soft. Meanwhile, toss all ingredients together in a bowl. Load into warm tortilla, roll it up and enjoy! Serves 2.
Good Nutrition News for FEBRUARY
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We hope these tips and special recipe will spark a healthy conversation about nutrition around your dinner table. Remember, eating plant-food is good for you and the planet too! Brought to you by leanandgreenkids.org
Kids love this sweet, tangy and "umami" (deliciousness) wrap, with popular veggies and sweet Asian dressing.
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Let's face it, it's not easy putting beans between two slices of bread. Wraps and salads are the perfect, kid-friendly solution for creating healthy meals on the go - with beans for lean and green protein!
Wraps Rock, Asian Style!
Tips and tricks:
1. Let your kids create the wrap. They'll take pride in their creation, and are much more likely to eat it.
2. Use organic whenever possible.
3. Many of our wrap recipes call for Veganaise as an ingredient in the dressings. We understand that even egg-free mayo is not a health food, but it can help to gets kids to eat more veggies. Here's a delicious, nutrient-dense and totally plant-based alternative: easy cashew mayo/cream recipe
4. Measurements are approximate. We would have listed ingredient amounts as "a scoop of this," or a "handful of that," but measurements are a great for math.