The SNAP-Ed Connection is a dynamic online resource center for State and local SNAP-Ed Providers. It provides information on valuable training and continuing education resources for educators and facilitates access to educational materials developed specifically for SNAP participants and eligibles. Educators nationwide can use this site to identify curricula, lesson plans, research, participant materials and professional development tools.
About SNAP-Ed ConnectionRecipe Cards for Educators
USDA. NAL. SNAP-Ed Connection.
Recipe cards, available to download, from SNAP-Ed recipes.
- Chicken Pozole Soup (PDF|1.3 MB)
- Easy Fruit Salad (PDF|897 KB)
- Jiffy Oatmeal Crunch (PDF|1.1 MB)
- Microwave Baked Potato (PDF|144 KB)
- Orange Banana Frosty (PDF|796 KB)
- Picadillo (PDF|1.3 MB)
- Pineapple Zucchini Cake (PDF|1.3 MB)
- Polenta with Pepper and Cheese (PDF|1.4 MB)
- Sensational Six-Layer Dinner (PDF|1.2 MB)
Note: The recipes listed are the only recipes for which recipe cards are available. Please contact us for high resolution versions of recipe cards.
The Food Stamp Nutrition Connection was established in 2001, by the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service with the goal of helping Food Stamp Nutrition Educators find the tools and information they need to provide quality nutrition education for low-income audiences.
On October 1, 2008 the Food Stamp Nutrition Connection became the SNAP-Ed Connection.
SNAP-Ed Connection is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service and maintained at the National Agricultural Library's Food and Nutrition Information Center (FNIC) in collaboration with the University of Maryland.