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By Megan Colyer · 8/30/2017
Here are some of our favorite recipes for this incredibly busy time of the year, whether you are looking for a quick snack to pack in the lunchbox or an easy dinner to end the day!
Start off the day with some strawberries, bananas and orange marmalade on a bagel, better known as our special breakfast bruschetta. A fun and delightful treat to get your fresh morning kickstart!
KITCHEN KETTLE BREAKFAST BRUSCHETTA RECIPE
*You can substitute other fresh berries for the strawberries.
Another great breakfast or lunch meal that can be easily prepared, is some good ole baked oatmeal. Known as a Kling House favorite, it sure doesn’t disappoint!
BAKED OATMEAL RECIPE
A healthy lunchbox snack that can be easily prepped for you or the kiddos are turkey pinwheels! Tortilla wrapped turkey, cheese, arugula and our very own cranberry relish. Simple and kid approved!
TURKEY PINWHEELS RECIPE
Make the kids’s stomachs happy with a vegetable hoagie that will also make a great healthy lunch, after-school snack or dinner. Featuring our classic homemade chow chow, these hoagies will make your kids feel full, happy and healthy!
VEGETABLE ANTIPASTA HOAGIE RECIPE
SANTA FE SALSA SOUP RECIPE
When it comes to the end of a long day, get mentally prepared for the next with a simple granola bar that you can enjoy for dessert. Keep in mind you can also freeze these and use them throughout the week as a quick grab and go snack!
FREEZER GRANOLA BARS RECIPE (*Courtesy of Christina the Newlywed Blogger)
We hope you have been sparked into the back-to-school mode and that you have some new and interesting ideas. From a breakfast meal to a lunchbox snack, to dinner and a late-evening treat, you have what it takes to get through another year of school!
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