Grated zucchini is mixed with herbs, eggs, and spices, shaped into small patties, and lightly fried. Adding quinoa and feta to the batter makes these classic fritters heartier and adds more nutritional value, too.
Admittedly, it looks like a lot of work for a salad, right? But fret not, most of those measures go into either a marinade for plump, grilled shrimp or act as the dressing. It's a great project to rope the kids into. They can play sous chef, mixing and whisking as you pour. Go team.
This recipe is vibrant and tasty. The whole family can roll up their sleeves and get to work on the prep. Parents of picky eaters, take note: Giving your little one the option to dress their own bowl may open them up to trying something new.
Potatoes are out (only temporarily) and cauliflower is in. This gratin smothers thick slabs of the tender veg in a creamy sauce and lots of cheese. The bread crumb studding is optional, but a highly delicious addition.
It's the childhood fave that's fun to eat, slightly sweet and decidedly very delicious. This version is reimagined with lentils and the textural interest of zucchini and cherry tomatoes, plus some zing from sour pickles. Hello, Sloppy Joes.