All posts in the ‘ Eat Your Greens Recipes for Kids ’ Category


Back to School Lunchbox Recipe

October 28, 2013 | post a comment

School is back in session and this means its time for Moms (or Dads!) to start getting back into the routine of making school lunches for their kids. Prepared school lunches can be so bland and boring. The same ham and cheese sandwiches can become tiring, you know? Thankfully, Marina… Read the Rest »

Butter Lettuce Smoothie with Bananas, Strawberries, Avocados

August 26, 2013 | post a comment

One of our Live Gourmet customers from California sent us this great banana and strawberry based smoothie with Live Gourmet living butter lettuce in it.  As our customer’s photo indicates, even kids will love it! Banana, Strawberry, Avocado Smoothie Recipe: 2-4 leaves Live Gourmet butter lettuce 1 frozen banana 3/4… Read the Rest »

The Best Lettuce for Chinese Turkey Lettuce Wraps

August 13, 2013 | post a comment

What’s the best lettuce for turkey lettuce wraps!? Live Gourmet living butter lettuce of course! Today’s recipe is based on a popular Chinese recipe! It consists of five–spice powder, which includes star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan pepper, and fennel seeds. The recipe also calls for fresh herbs and chestnuts… Read the Rest »

Butter Lettuce, Bacon, and Tomato (BBLT) Chicken Wraps

July 17, 2013 | post a comment

What do slices of crispy bacon, fresh butter lettuce, and bright red tomatoes give you? A great BBLT sandwich. Today’s recipe takes it even further in flavor by incorporating chicken, slices of avocado, Wish-Bone’s Light® Honey Dijon Dressing, and Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Light Mayonnaise. Don’t forget the absolute must,… Read the Rest »

Red Butter Lettuce, Asian Pear, and Mint Salad

April 11, 2013 | post a comment

Red Butter Lettuce adds a fun color and a great taste to any salad. It’s also rich in the vitamins and minerals that you and your kids need to stay healthy and happy. It can often be hard to get kids to eat healthy. So today we bring you a… Read the Rest »

Bona Fide Lemon Grass Beef Skewers

February 20, 2013 | post a comment

Today’s recipe is a Food.com adaptation of one of Martha Stewart’s recipes. If you’re a vegetarian, unless you’re planning on cooking for carnivores, stop reading now. This recipe contains meat and lots of it. One quarter pound per serving, to be precise. Big chunks of beef are the foundation of this… Read the Rest »

Tasty Tuna Salad Lettuce Wraps

February 13, 2013 | post a comment

Tuna fish lovers unite! Today’s recipe makes a meal out of tasty tuna salad and fresh living lettuce. It’s the perfect way to use that can of tuna you’ve had lying around for so long, make a quick meal, or just to enjoy some delicious fish. In addition, this recipe is easy… Read the Rest »

Butter Lettuce Salad with a Great Gremolata Dressing (Plus Bonus Casserole)

December 18, 2012 | post a comment

Today’s recipe is really a two-for-one special. Along with a very delicious Butter Lettuce salad, we’ve also got a yummy Chicken Cacciatore Casserole. Both recipes come to us courtesy of (cool) progeny. These two great foods are a perfect compliment to each other. They’re also both healthy, easy to make,… Read the Rest »

Healthy Living Sweet Tooth Fruit Salad

December 6, 2012 | post a comment

When it comes to healthy living choices, we’re mostly faced with savory salads. There’s more to life than ranch dressing though. Last week we showed you our Hidden Butter Lettuce Brownies recipe. This week we bring you an even healthier sweet treat from Healthy Living Market. We call it The Sweet… Read the Rest »

Grilled Tomatoes Plus Chipotle Mayo Equals Delicious Burger

December 4, 2012 | post a comment

If watching baseball is America’s favorite activity, eating hamburgers must be a close second. Today we bring you a delicious variation on the American classic with just enough South-of-the-boarder influence to keep things interesting. In addition to a healthy amount of chipotle-cilantro mayonaise this burger uniquely features grilled tomato slices. So… Read the Rest »