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Assorted healthy Halloween treats
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Active at All Ages

Staying active is great for your health. Here are some simple tips for being active at all ages.

Vegetable train display

Veggie Train

Looking for a fun and healthy twist on afternoon snacks? Veggie trains are a cute and delicious option! Bonus: This treat is easy and quick to set up! All you need are some bell peppers and a few of your favorite veggies! The more colorful the better! To make your own veggie trains follow the …

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After School Snacks

After a long school day, many kids are ready for a snack. Here are some easy and healthy snack ideas to satisfy hunger until dinnertime and get the kids involved in the kitchen!

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10 Activities to Keep Your Family Active

ONIE has brainstormed a few fun activities for you and your family that are fun whatever the weather brings! Watch the crazy Oklahoma weather and plan ahead for those warmer days with our family-friendly indoor and outdoor activities. Read more here.

Sheet of Mini Pizzas

Mini Pizzas Kids Can Make

In this video, you’ll see how to prepare mini pizzas using a favorite ONIE recipe with several different topping variations. This recipe is a quick and easy way to get your kids to express their creative side while tasting many different kinds of vegetables and cheeses. The sky’s the limit when choosing which topping combinations …

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Growing Your Own Herbs Indoors

Growing your own herbs can be a great way to have fresh herbs on hand whenever you need them. It is also perfect to introduce kids, or anyone, to the process of gardening and growing your own food.

Eggcellent Popsicles

Spring Time Recipes & Activities

Need some Springtime activities to do with your kids on those warm, sunny days? ONIE has provided you with some awesome, healthy recipes that kids will love to make and eat.

Leafy greens

Growing Vegetables from Scraps

Learn how to use you food scraps to start your own vegetable plants. A fun, kid-friendly activity for this spring!