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a plate of winter salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Winter produce may seem scarce, but this recipe makes the most of what's available to form a vibrant and flavorful salad.
Chicken tenders, broccoli and sweet potato fries on a platet
By Life Time
This recipe is sure to be a hit with your little ones. Make your own baked chicken tenders and pair them with broccoli for a meal you can feel good about sharing with your family.
a Hawaiian bbq pulled pork sandwich
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Toss these ingredients in the slow cooker for a juicy and flavorful twist on BBQ pulled pork.
a snack bag and plate of toasted quinoa energy bites
By The Life Time Foundation Team
A protein and healthy fat-packed snack that’s easy to make and eat on the go.
fiesta hummus served in a sliced red pepper
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Spice up your go-to hummus with this fun recipe provided by Tempe School District, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
sweet and spicy chicken lettuce wraps
By The Life Time Foundation Team
High in protein, full of flavor, and picky eater approved.
a bowl of moroccan freekeh salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Loaded with ancient grains and warm spices, this recipe was provided by Minneapolis Public Schools, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
a bowl of greek quinoa salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Full of produce and plant-powered protein, try this quinoa salad for a weeknight side dish or prep to enjoy for multiple lunches.
two bowls with watermelon sorbet
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Made with only four ingredients, this refreshing treat can double as a fun activity to try with kids.
a bowl of maple apple meatballs
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Full of seasonal flavors, these meatballs are great for meal prep and batch cooking.
a bowl filled with sweet citrus vinaigrette
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Top your salad with this zippy and tangy vinaigrette provided by Detroit Public Schools Community District, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
a plate of parmesan chicken with rosemary new potatoes and broccoli
By The Life Time Foundation Team
A one-pan, meal-prep-friendly, pick-eater-approved recipe that weeknight dinner dreams are made of.
rainbow kabobs on a metal tray
By The Life Time Foundation Team
These kabobs showcase fresh, seasonal veggies, with this recipe doubling as a fun activity to do with your kids. Try making with our suggested ingredients or customize with your favorite rainbow-colored veggies.
a bowl of cinnamon applesauce
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try using a variety of apples to add a more complex flavor to this two-ingredient snack.
a bowl of quinoa tacos
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Add your favorite taco toppings, such as guacamole, cheese, or mixed greens, to customize these bowls to your taste.
a bowl of homemade bbq sauce
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Enjoy this summer staple without the added sugars often found in store-bought varieties.
a bowl of chicken ramen
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This recipe was provided by Chef Ann Cooper of the Boulder Valley School District, one of the Life Time Foundation's partners.
a plate of wild rice orange salad served over sliced squash
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This citrusy recipe was provided by The Lunch Box, a free resource for schools that recieves funding from the Life Time Foundation.
a pie tin with baked spring veggie quiche
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Take advantage of fresh spring vegetables while they're in season, or turn this quiche into a year-round dish by swapping in whatever veggies are available at the time.
chicken tenders served in a metal tray
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Do your kiddos beg for chicken nuggets? Feel good about serving them these tenders that are free of Harmful 7 ingredients.
a antique pot filled with nourishing soup
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Customize this slow-cooker soup to your liking by adding your favorite seasonal veggies, such as broccoli, cauliflower, or squash.
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