6 Fun, Dippable Kids’ Meals
Pretzel Sticks With Edamame DipConcept: Creamy, slightly sweet, and packed with protein, edamame (soybeans picked when they're still green) is a smart solution for the child who spurns most meats. This dip is so good for them, kids could eat it with potato chips and it probably wouldn't matter. But try pretzels first.
Execution: Defrost a 14-ounce package of frozen shelled edamame, then puree them in a food processor with 1 tablespoon of yogurt and a pinch of salt.
Variations: For a similar (but greener) crunch, pair the dip with celery or raw broccoli. If you can't find edamame, use frozen green peas. For a sweeter dip, use equal parts edamame and peas.
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