12 Easy And Healthy Recipes For Teenagers To Cook


1. Tofu and vegetable taco

You will need:
1 corn tortillas
¼ cup silken tofu (mashed)
3tbsp white cabbage (finely shredded)
3tbsp onion (finely chopped)
3tbsp tomato (finely chopped)
½ tbsp lemon juice
1tbsp salsa sauce
½tsp dried herbs mix
½tsp garlic powder
¼tsp salt
2tbsp groundnut oil
How to make:
Put a tablespoon of oil, salt, dried herbs mix, garlic powder, and lemon juice into a bowl. Add mashed tofu and mix well.
Heat the remaining oil in a skillet over low-medium heat. As the oil warms, add onions and fry them until they turn golden brown.
Next, add tomatoes, cabbage, tofu mixture, and salsa. Mix all the ingredients well and cook for two to three minutes.
Once the veggies turn tender, transfer the tofu mixture into a bowl and heat the taco in the same skillet for two to three minutes.
Place the taco on a plate, put the tofu mixture in its center, and the taco is ready to serve! You can enjoy this easy, tasty, quick, and hand-held meal while socializing with friends and family during a get-together or party.


2. Deviled egg and toast

You will need:

2 hard-boiled eggs
½ cup plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt
¼ cup parsley (freshly chopped)
½tsp lemon juice
½tsp mustard sauce
½tsp garlic powder
1tsp dried herbs mix
Salt, to taste
Black pepper powder, to taste
How to make:

Cut the boiled eggs in two halves and scoop the yolks out into a mixing bowl. Put the egg whites on a plate.
Add Greek yogurt, mustard sauce, garlic powder, lemon juice, salt, and black pepper powder to the yolk and mix everything well using a fork until you get a smooth paste.
Spoon the mixture into the sliced egg whites and sprinkle over the filling with herbs mix and parsley. Ta-da.., deviled eggs are ready to serve!
Let your teen choose healthier bread options, experimenting with a seeded whole meal loaf or seeded multigrain baguette will add nutritional value to the meal.