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Why You Should Be Taste Training With Your Picky Eaters

Eat October 4, 2017

If you have picky eaters — fear not, you can help them enjoy new foods and build their taste buds with a fun, hands-on approach called taste training.

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Donald Sweeney says:

lost access to Blueberry Basil Lemonade

vernie says:

This article is truly appreciated. From a picky eating adult. 🙂

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3 Easy Zucchini Recipes That Are Anything But Ordinary

Eat August 28, 2017

These easy zucchini recipes (one of which is even on next week’s menu!) prove that roasted veggies and zoodles are just the beginning. 

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R. Griffith says:

Due to my family having a garden when I was a child and our garden’s overabundance of zucchini, zucchini is the one vegetable I’m not fond of. What would be a good substitute in a receipt, such as the one coming in next week’s veggie box?Would yellow squash do as well?

Jordan Schultz says:

Jordan here, our community team lead. We think yellow squash would be a perfect substitute!

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The Ultimate S’mores Dip + More Gooey Inspiration

Eat August 9, 2017

We’re celebrating bonfire season with the just-burnt marshmallows of our sleepaway camp dreams. Between colorful, family-friendly s’more combinations and this must-have s’mores dip, summer’s tail end is about to get gooier.

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Linda kaldor says:

I just read about your relaunch of the family plan. Not quite sure what that’s about other than you give us more choices which is a good thing. I have tried all the other companies and I will be going with Hello Fresh. So far all of the choices were good ones. The food is really good and the info card is great!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Linda – we’re glad you like all of the choices! In addition to the expanded meal choice, we have also conducted thorough testing to determine exactly what kids like and don’t like (down to the specific type of cheese!). All the recipes are super quick and easy — and require minimal cleanup.

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3 Tart and Sweet Kiwi Recipes to Make This Summer

Eat July 26, 2017

Step out of the ordinary with these three kiwi recipes! Once you peel back their scruffy skin, you’ll find an explosion of vibrant color and delicious, tropical flavor.

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How to Grill (Almost) Everything

Eat July 18, 2017

Veggies, fruits, fish, meat… we’re throwing everything on the grill these days. Discover how simple it is to transform your favorite appetizers, entrées, and desserts into BBQ-worthy wonders just in time for the Fourth of July. 

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Christina says:

Great tips, although I wish you had put grill temperatures for every food you’ve mentioned. Thank you, this was very helpful!

Jordan Schultz says:

Jordan here, from our community team. Good feedback, Christina! We’ll pass that along to the author.

Karen says:

Really great information. Thank you!

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7 Ways to Transform Leftovers Into Homemade Popsicles

Eat June 30, 2017

Your favorite warm weather treat just got a major homemade upgrade courtesy of some staple ingredients we have a feeling are hiding in your fridge or pantry right now.

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Rosa says:

Can’t wait to try

Jacqueline Parisi says:

SO excited for you to try these out, too! Let us know which is your favorite 🙂

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6 Simple Fruit Salad Ideas That’ll Save Snacktime

Eat June 9, 2017

There’s nothing quite like a refreshing, flavorful crowd-pleaser on a hot summer’s day. Use these fruit salad ideas and tips to maximize those bowls of sunshine and enjoy every last bite.

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Lee says:

I have signed up, but was not given the opportuntity to provide my food allergies and preferences for meals. This is very concerning and dissappointing. I under the impression that that I could select the meals from the options for that week. I need to be able to know the menu one month ahead.

Your app is not very friendly or easy to use. I want to be able to select from the options. Please advise me on how to make this system work,

Thank you

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi Lee,

Happy to help! Classic and Family Plan customers can select meal preferences on the app. To do so, click on the settings icon in the top right-hand corner of the “My menu” page. Click on “Menu preferences,” select the preferences you want, and click save. Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any other questions.

Essay writer says:

I never knew about refrigerating fruit salad …plus a lot of the things here.Great post!!Very informative

Aurora Granados says:

I can never get to print correctly

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Aurora! Are you referring to our blog posts? On the print screen, try selecting “scale to fit.” That should do the trick!

esther says:

what a wonderful breakfast snack

Jordan Schultz says:

Why thanks, Esther! We think so too!

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15 Memorial Day Recipes (straight from our favorite Instagrammers)

Behind the Scenes May 26, 2017

We sourced from the experts and pulled in a few tried-and-true favorites from our test kitchen to kick off summer on a delicious note. Scroll down for 15 drool-worthy Memorial Day (...)

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Joanne says:

meals are beyond delicious!

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Thank you, Joanne!! So happy you’re a part of the HelloFresh family 🙂

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Easy, Better-for-You Brownies

Eat March 9, 2017

Easy brownies that are also better for you? Yes, such a thing is possible! Get the recipe below…

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Sarah says:

Is there a version of this recipe adjusted for high altitude?

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi there! Jordan from our community team here at HelloFresh. Here are a few general tips for you:
– Baked goods take longer to rise at high altitudes – be patient!
– Increase baking temperature by 15 to 25 degrees F
– Decrease the amount of baking powder
– Decrease sugar by 1/4 cup

Linda kaldor says:

I like the newsletter idea. Plus the recipes as well. Here’s a suggestion. What about putting in some kind of dessert ( not a piece of fruit) in the boxes? I’m a sweet eater and I know millions of us are out there! Just a thought! Give us a few more selections to choose from if you don’t like the upcoming meals. Other than that you already do a great job!

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How to Make Simple Citrus Curd (5 Ways!)

Eat February 28, 2017

Question: what’s better than one colorful, simple, and delicious citrus curd? Answer: FIVE citrus curds!

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