New Beginnings Family Academy, along with friends at Whole Foods Market and funder Whole Kids Foundation, have teamed up to share some delicious recipes that promote nutrition, wellness, and fun collaboration in the kitchen.
“We hope you enjoy trying these monthly recipes that support healthy eating,” said NBFA Director and CEO Ronelle Swagerty. “This is a great way for friends and family to make smart food choices together.”
This month, NBFA is happy to share a recipe for the Baked Apples Stuffed with Cranberries and Almonds
Whole Foods Market Baked Apples Stuffed with Cranberries and Almonds
With the holidays coming up, nothing’s better than a delicious apple desert that can also be paired with your holiday dinner. The recipe also includes no added sugar, and is great for anyone on a wheat or gluten free diet. For the full recipe, click here.
NBFA Chef and Food Service Supervisor Todd Daigle in the newly renovated NBFA kitchen.
Tips From Chef Todd
Each month, NBFA Chef and Food Service Supervisor Todd Daigle will provide healthy tips on the recipe to give more options for taste or dietary restrictions.
Don’t Have Almonds in the Cabinet? Swap almonds for walnuts or pecans.
Not a Fan of Granny Smith Apples? Gala apples provide a sweet, milder flavor to use instead.
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To read more NBFA Recipe of the Month stories, click here.