The Snack Smart Cooking kit contains all the equipment a group of 10 will need to prepare snacks and other recipes. This includes: bakeware, pots and pans, bowls, cutting mats, pot holders, pitchers, juicer, cooking utensils, and optional hand blender, and/or double burner hot plate.
The kit can be used in 4-H youth programs across Rockingham County including afterschool programs, 4-H clubs, workshops and special events and summer garden programs.
4-6 free in-home sessions tailored to your family’s needs. Hands-on cooking, create a recipe file of family favorite meals; healthy choices for a healthy weight; stretch your food dollars; staying active and more! If you qualify for Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid, Housing Assistance, or other types of financial assistance, then you qualify for free participation in Nutrition Connections programs.
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