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  • Catch your kids' attention 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Give your kids a jump-start on a lifetime of healthful eating by teaching them healthful habits. Here are some tips on how you can help your kids eat smart.
  • Make-it-easy meal : bean burritos 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Bean Burritos -- Tossed Salad -- Fresh or Canned Fruit -- Milk.
  • Knacks for snack attacks 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Try these healthful, quick snacks. They're easy and fun to make -- and depending on your child's age, require little adult supervision.
  • Make-it-easy meal : chicken and noodles 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Chicken and Noodles -- Toasted Cheese Bread -- Vegetable Medley -- Fruit Cup -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : Tex-Mex skillet supper 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Tex-Mex Skillet Supper -- Canned Peaches -- (or your favorite fruit) -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : Chinese vegetable stir-fry 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Chinese Vegetable Stir-fry -- White Rice -- Lime Sherbet -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : "very berry" pork chops 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    "Very Berry" Pork Chops -- Potato Wedges -- Bread or Rolls -- Cooked Broccoli -- and Cauliflower -- 2 Cookies -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : speedy macaroni and cheese 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Speedy Macaroni and Cheese (add tuna and vegetables for complete meal) -- Carrot or Celery Sticks (or your favorite raw vegetables) -- Your Favorite Fresh Fruit (or canned) -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : baked barbecue chicken 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Baked Barbecue Chicken -- Rice Pilaf -- Steamed Broccoli (fresh or frozen) -- Jell-O(TM) or Gelatin with Fruit -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : muffin tin meat loaves 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Muffin Tin Meat Loaves -- Boiled Potatoes -- Bread or Rolls -- Tossed Salad -- 2 Cookies -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : herb-broiled beef 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Herb-Broiled Beef -- Corn (fresh, frozen or canned) -- Bread or Rolls -- Jello-O or Gelatin with Fruit -- Milk.
  • Make-it-easy meal : quick enchiladas 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Quick Enchiladas -- Tossed Salad -- Fresh Fruit Cup -- Milk.
  • Grab more grains : get 6 to 11 a day! 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Keep up with the hectic pace of your lifestyle and Grab More Grains. Grain foods give you the energy you need to get through the day. Americans should eat 6 to 11 servings a day, so here are some hints to help you Grab ...
  • Hints for health 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Eat a variety of foods. Get plenty of grain foods, fruits and vegetables. Bake, broil and boil for healthier meats with less fat.
  • Bake broil and boil : reduce the fat! 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Just Bake, Broil or Boil your favorite cuts of meat for a healthful adjustment to your eating plan. Here are some ways to reduce the fat and prepare delicious meals for your family.
  • Eat 5 a day : strive for 5 fruits and vegetables 

    University of Missouri--Columbia. Outreach and Extension (1999)
    Eating five fruits and vegetables a day can be as simple as adding a slice of tomato to your grilled cheese sandwich or adding extra vegetables to your pizza. Here are some other tips to help you reach your "5 A Day."