PCC Healthy Kids
PCC Healthy Kids is a multi-year initiative to improve local children's health through nutrition.
With childhood illnesses and obesity on the rise locally and throughout our nation, it is vital that our youngest generation makes the connection between what they eat each day and their health. We believe this can be achieved through awareness, education and, of course, consumption and enjoyment of healthier food choices.
PCC reaches out to children, parents, schools and our community in multiple ways with the goal of boosting awareness of the value of good nutrition. Our dedicated staff, vendors and key partner organizations including Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Children's and Solid Ground are teaming up to teach healthy habits and to improve the diets of local children through numerous programs and events.
PCC, in partnership with ParentMap, is inspiring families to have fun in the kitchen with a huge array of kid-friendly recipes and a cool new video series called Healthy Kids Cook. Watch PCC Chef Jackie Freemen create fun recipes with the aid of some little helpers in the kitchen. Watch this month's video »
A free serving of a fruit or vegetable of their choice every time they visit PCC. Children 12 and younger
PCC Kid Picks is a unique product-sampling program that allows kids to taste and discover for themselves that natural and organic foods taste great.
We're here to help! Our nutrition educators are available to help find the answers.
Join the fun, PCC sponsors and hosts dozens of exciting family friendly happenings and events throughout the year.
Kids from ages 2 to 15 have fun making their own meals in hands-on classes, working together in groups to learn kitchen skills and techniques appropriate to their age.
Whether it's a dish filled with familiar flavors or recipes by kids for kids, below you'll find mealtime selections geared for tiny tastebuds.
Put together a balanced and delicious meal to keep your child fueled and focused for the day.
Fun projects to do with kids, including crafts that call for ingredients you most likely already have in your fridge or pantry.