Afterschool Snacks Available in ChopChop Magazine!!

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The ChopChop fall 2022 and summer 2022 magazine is available right now at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cherokee County Center.

The ChopChop Family is a non-profit publisher of magazines about cooking and cooking curriculum. Their mission is to inspire and inform families about cooking and eating healthy, real foods together. The ChopChop magazine is for families and it teaches kids to fix foods for themselves while having fun and teaching kids essential life skills, like nutrition awareness, relationship building, and language literacy.

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ChopChop is provided to the N.C. Cooperative Extension offices through the NC State Steps to Health program at no cost to the public.

The fall issue has these topics and much more:

  • Kitchen Science
  • Kitchen Skills
  • Games & Activities
  • Afterschool Snacks like BBQ Chickpeas, Homemade Popcorn, Instant Ramen Soup, Easy Apple Bites
  • All About Pumpkins

Also available is the summer 2022 issue which includes these topics and much more:

  • Quick Bites: Instant Snacking
  • Kitchen Cash: Math and Finance in Cooking
  • Frozen Mango Sherbet
  • Fruity Broccoli Slaw
  • Amazing Yogurt Dressing with Bell Pepper Dippers
  • Games & Activities

Come by the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cherokee County Center to pick up your copy of this great family resource for getting your kids cooking and your family enjoying healthy, kid-friendly foods.

Contact Shannon Coleman for more information: or call 828-837-2210 ext. 4.