Cooking with Kids: One Pan Honey Garlic Chicken and Vegetables

Registered Dietician

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Kids will be more excited to try new foods if they are a part of the process, from meal planning, grocery shopping to actual food preparation. This recipe is easy to make. Parents may have to help a little bit, but it is recommended for children in junior high and high school (12 years old and older) to try to make.
The chicken in this recipe is a lean source of protein. To avoid food-borne illnesses, it is recommended that chicken is grilled to an internal temperature of 165ᵒF. The broccoli and carrots are both wonderful sources of antioxidants and fiber. Broccoli is in season from June through October in Michigan, while carrots are in season from May through November in Michigan.
Photo Credit: Mike Miller, A Healthier Michigan

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