Pictorial Recipe Handouts – Nutrition Education Materials
This is a series of 10 pictorial recipes in English and Spanish. Recipes have been tested and used extensively with Spanish-speaking audiences. Each recipe indicates what major nutrients it provides.
English Pictorial Recipes
Spanish Pictorial Recipes
Pictorial Recipe Sets
Bilingual pictorial recipe sets, each containing 10 recipes. These easy to read recipes have been tested and tested and used extensively with Spanish-speaking audiences in Oregon. Each pictorial recipe indicates the major nutrients that it provides.
Healthy Harvest Cards
This series of seven cards features tips for buying, storing and preparing locally-grown vegetables: broccoli, cabbage, leafy greens, onions and garlic, root vegetables, and winter squash.
Healthy Harvest – English
Healthy Harvest – Bilingual
Feeding Children Fact Sheets
This series of fact sheets for parents of young children focuses on the parent-child feeding relationship and the importance of family meals. Materials are available in English, Spanish and Russian.
- Feeding Young Children – English Version
- Feeding Young Children – Spanish Version
- Feeding Young Children – Russian Version
Other Nutrition Publications
- 10 Tips to Eat Well for Less | [Spanish Version]– During these tough times where resources are scarce we hope these tips will help you to eat well for less money.
- Activities With Kids – handout for parents interested in helping their children to become more active.
- Parents: Get Your Kids Moving! – handout to help parents understand the importance of activity and how much activity children need.
- La Cocina Saludable (Cooking Healthy) – Spanish language consumer handout to help you reduce the fat in food preparation
- Mas Hierro (More Iron) – Spanish language consumer handout to help you find good sources of iron in the diet
Pictorial Recipes and Nutrition Information: Source
Thanks to the Oregon State University Extension Family Community Development Program for providing these materials. As part of Oregon State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences, the program extends to individuals and communities, important research and knowledge relating to Nutrition and Food Management, Exercise and Sports Science, Human Development and Family Sciences, and Design and Human Environment. Program faculty and staff are actively engaged in 28 of Oregon’s 36 counties, supported by 4 Extension faculty at OSU in Corvallis.