Recipes used in the Washington State SNAP-Ed program should follow the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans. It is also important to select recipes that are low-cost, budget friendly.
Recipes are included in most Washington State SNAP-Ed approved curriculum. Educators are encouraged to use recipes that are provided in the curriculum. However, there may be times when a similar recipe might work better for the group you are working with. When selecting a recipe please remember that it must tie to your lesson objective.
- Live Well
- A Bite of SNAP-Ed (English/Spanish)
- Capital Area Food Bank (English/Spanish)
- Chop Chop Magazine
- Discover MyPlate: Look and Cook recipes (English/Spanish)
- EatFresh.org Recipes
- Eating Smart Being Active
- Eating Well for Less
- Food Hero
- Quick and Tasty Recipes for Healthy Youth (CHFFF Recipes from Cornell 4-H) (.pdf)
The following recipe cards were created by Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington Food for All, and they are available for all WA SNAP-Ed providers to use in any of the languages provided: