March is National Nutrition Month, and we are celebrating all month long by providing you simple hacks for a healthier family.

Fuel for the Future with all forms. Grapes or raisins? Both count as a fruit serving. Check out this fun snack for kids.
Ants on a log are a fast, healthy and fun snack for families! Three simple ingredients combine for a delicious, nutritious and budget-friendly after-school snack that tastes like a real treat for hungry kids.
Opting for grapes over raisins? Just roll washed grapes in jello powder. Store in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Sure to be the most addictive snack that seriously tastes like sour patch kids.
Fresh or frozen peaches? Both count as a fruit serving.
Made with super creamy yogurt, a little crunchy granola, and juicy fresh peaches, parfaits are perfect for a power-packed breakfast on the go or an easy-to-make yet fancy-looking dessert.
Use Fresh or frozen peaches to make this creamy peach smoothie.

2 servings
16 oz. frozen peach slices
1 cup plain 0% Greek yogurt
1 cup milk of choice
¼ teaspoon cinnamon
¼ cup rolled oats
2 tablespoons pure maple syrup
Blend until smooth.
Think beyond the classic brown sugar and give acorn squash a flavor up with this Herb-Roasted Parmesan Acorn Squash recipe. A delicious and easy side dish that's made from a few everyday ingredients.
Roast sliced acorn squash, tossed in olive oil, herbs, and parmesan cheese at 400 degrees for about 25 minutes or until topping is slightly crispy and browned. You can use fresh or dried herbs! We recommend a combination of thyme, sage, oregano, and rosemary.
Fresh, frozen or canned radishes? All count as a veggie serving and can be used to make flavorful roasted radishes, a great alternative to roasted potatoes if you are trying to lower your carb intake.
Just roast in oil and seasoning of choice on a sheet pan for 35 minutes at 400 degrees.
Fresh, frozen or canned carrots? All count as a veggie serving and can be used to make this flavorful charred carrot recipe.


All Forms Count

Fresh, frozen, canned, dried and juiced. All forms of fruits and vegetables have good nutrition!

Benefits of Canned, Frozen, Dried, & Juiced Fruits and Veggies:

Freezing and canning preserves flavors & nutritional value

Convenient and affordable



A good way to get in your daily recommended amount of fresh fruits and veggies is to use fresh in the beginning of the week and supplement with shelf stable forms later in the week for fruits and veggies every day.

Tuscan, White Bean & Avocado Salad

Lighter Slow Cooker Shepard's Pie


Black Bean, Quinoa & Veggie Tacos


Southwest Tortilla Pizza

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