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Cinnamon Biscuits

Most people have heard of Cinnamon Rolls but have you ever heard of Cinnamon Biscuits? This homemade dessert is simple to prepare and can be served as a dessert or breakfast item. Pair it with a cup of fruit or eggs if enjoying this for breakfast. With remote learning back in session, Cinnamon Biscuits can[…] Read More

Apple Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are always in season in North Carolina. Apple Glazed Sweet Potatoes calls for four simple ingredients and will be easy on the SNAP dollars. Enjoy this delicious recipe as a side dish or dessert. Make sure to get the kids involved in the preparation (if age appropriate). Check out the directions below and[…] Read More

Fantastic French Toast

There’s nothing better than homemade French toast. Use your SNAP dollars to buy just five ingredients and enjoy! Put a twist on traditional plain French toast by adding fruit, or using honey instead of syrup. Ingredients 2 eggs ½ cup non-fat milk ½ teaspoon vanilla extract 6 slices whole wheat bread Syrup or other toppings[…] Read More

Strawberry S’mores (Smores)

This delicious dessert is a hit with kids and adults. It takes the classic s’more recipe and gives it a fruity, nutritious kick with less sugar! ​This recipe is the perfect addition to a family game night or an after meal treat. Check out the North Carolina Fruit and Vegetable Availability Chart to find when strawberries[…] Read More

Three Sisters Salad

The Three Sisters salad is a simple recipe that calls for canned, fresh or frozen vegetables. With easy preparation, this is a recipe that the children can get involved in. This budget friendly side dish only calls for six (6) ingredients and won’t use much of your SNAP dollars. Check out the background, ingredients, and[…] Read More