Healthy Cuisine for Kids2018-07-31T14:17:04+00:00

Healthy Cuisine for Kids

Healthy Cuisine for Kids (2-day “hands-on” Culinary Training) requires a demonstration area with access to a culinary lab or prep kitchen that will accommodate 20 25 participants divided into 4-5 teams. The training is conducted by a chef and a registered dietitian who provide classroom and hands-on experiences for learning healthful cooking methods. Preparation techniques, such as knife skills, and a variety of cooking methods are demonstrated and practiced using healthful ingredients. Culinary techniques that yield quality products are used to prepare recipes reflective of the nutrition principles of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Four culinary labs involve participants in preparing, presenting, tasting, and evaluating USDA award-winning recipes that appeal to students. Safety and sanitation principles are demonstrated and practiced throughout the training. Culinary labs are: (1) Culinary Basics, (2) Fruits and Vegetables, (3) Whole Grain-Rich Foods, and (4) Meat/Meat Alternates.

TARGET AUDIENCE – Managers, Food Service Assistants/Technicians
KEY AREAS: 1: Nutrition & 2: Operations

Healthy Cuisine for Kids - Fifth Edition

TitleDate addedDownload
Presentation October 24, 2017 Download
How to print and order cookbooks March 06, 2018 Download
Culinary Manual Cover October 24, 2017 Download
Culinary Manual October 24, 2017 Download

USDA Recipes for Healthy Kids

USDA Recipes for Healthy Kids

TitleDate addedDownload
Aztec Grain Salad October 25, 2017 Download
Bok Choy Wrappers October 25, 2017 Download
Central Valley Harvest Bake October 25, 2017 Download
Chic' Penne October 25, 2017 Download
Chicken Alfredo With a Twist October 25, 2017 Download
Chicken Curry Casserole October 25, 2017 Download
Confetti Soup October 25, 2017 Download
Crunchy Hawaiian Chicken Wrap October 25, 2017 Download
Eagle Pizza October 25, 2017 Download
Fiesta Mexican Lasagna October 25, 2017 Download
Fiesta Wrap October 25, 2017 Download
Harvest Delight October 25, 2017 Download
Harvest Stew October 25, 2017 Download
Lentils of the Southwest October 25, 2017 Download
Mediterranean Quinoa Salad October 25, 2017 Download
Oodles of Noodles October 25, 2017 Download
Peppy Quinoa October 25, 2017 Download
Porcupine Sliders October 25, 2017 Download
Purple Power Bean Wrap October 25, 2017 Download
Rainbow Rice October 25, 2017 Download
Roasted Fish Crispy Slaw Wrap October 25, 2017 Download
Smokin' Powerhouse Chili October 25, 2017 Download
Spanish Chickpea Stew October 25, 2017 Download
Squish Squash Lasagna October 25, 2017 Download
Stir-Fried Green Rice Eggs and Ham (Turkey Ham) October 25, 2017 Download
Stir-Fry Fajita Chicken Squash and Corn October 25, 2017 Download
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Stew October 25, 2017 Download
Tasty Tots October 25, 2017 Download
Tuscan Smoked Turkey and Bean Soup October 25, 2017 Download
Vegetable Chili Boat October 25, 2017 Download

NOTE: Requirements for Healthy Cuisine for Kids Culinary Training

  1. A demonstration area with access to a culinary lab or prep kitchen – such as a culinary arts program kitchen (high school or college), a school cafeteria kitchen, or a classroom kitchen with work stations
  2. A commitment from the site coordinator who requested the training to be responsible for the purchase of and payment for groceries and supplies for the training, delivery to the training site, and proper storage
  3. An on-site assistant who is familiar with the facility and the user policies and who will be present during the training to assist the trainer as needed.

Ready to request training?

After you have entered the information on the Training Request Form, scroll to the bottom and press “Submit.” If your request is successfully transmitted to ICN, you will receive an electronic reply. If you do not receive a reply, please contact ICN.

Three Things to Remember:

  • ICN requires at least 8-10 weeks’ advance notice before the training date to schedule and plan a training session.
  • ICN Consultant Trainers must train a minimum of 4 hours in a single day.
  • A minimum of 25-30 participants is required for ICN to provide a training session.
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