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15 Brooklyn Public Schools Now Offer ‘Meatless Mondays’

15 Brooklyn Public Schools Now Offer ‘Meatless Mondays’

Following suit with meatless elementary schools in New York City, 15 public schools in Brooklyn have signed on to adopt “meatless Mondays” as part of their regular lunch rotation. An adorable, polo-clad child named Andy Salas announced the decision recently during Mayor Bill de Blasio’s visit to the already-meatless school P.S. 1.

The mayor is enthused about the pioneer idea, stating that, “At Gracie Mansion we are now going to be instituting Meatless Mondays as well,” referencing his own home, “and that will be for our family meals and for the events we have at Gracie Mansion and when we have guests over for dinner.”

While this will be a challenge for the mayor himself, his two children, Chiara and Dante, are already “strict vegetarians” and have been since middle school. It makes sense that this change is being made in New York, decidedly the best city for vegans — and proponents hope it will inspire change in other regions.

The mayor made the announcement as kids hungrily chowed down on their meatless meal of bagels, toasted cheese, tomato, and a side of potato wedges.

“Even if you had a bacon, egg, and cheese this morning, you still should want to see more and more of our diets go to a plant-based approach,” de Blasio said, explaining to the attending children that plant-based options have immense benefits for the environment and nutritional value of meals. “It’s good for everyone.”

The borough’s president, Eric Adams, is on board with the swap, having endured his own health-related drama from poor nutrition. Adams recalled being afflicted with blindness due to complications from diabetes. Since that time, he has reversed the symptom through his exercise and diet changes.

“We are digging our graves with our knives and forks,” Adams insisted.

But apparently, the next generation is ready to make a change. The “Meatless Monday” initiative was student-driven, rather than imposed on kids from the outside.

“I am very proud of all the students,” de Blasio told his young audience in the cafeteria announcement. “They made a decision based on their own experience and their own values that they wanted to live healthier and they wanted to do something that they thought would be good for the earth as well.”

Though these Mondays’ trays won’t be filled with chicken nuggets or hot dogs, we’re confident the students of these schools are in for some delicious meatless meals.


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


Chef Elle’s Dorm Room Recipes

In just a few short weeks, moms and dads will fight back tears as they wave good-bye to college bound students.

One less thing to worry about is what they’ll eat. Chef Elle returns with two recipes: one to start the day, and another for late-night studying.

Give both a try. They’re delicious and as always, she’s kept it fresh and easy.

Allie’s Oatmeal (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

medium bowl, medium pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, sharp knife, mixing spoon

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Add milk, maple syrup, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt and vanilla to a heavy, medium saucepan and allow to boil. Add oats and stir over medium-high heat until oats are softened and very thick, about 5 minutes.

Reduce heat to low. Stir in chopped apples and dates. Cook for an additional 5 minutes and remove from stove.

(yields approximately 4 servings) Store unused portion in the refrigerator to be consumed later. If planning ahead, simply double or triple the ingredients and store in the refrigerator or freezer in an airtight container.

Homemade Pizza Rolls (courtesy of Chef Elle’s Mom)

10 T shredded mozzarella cheese

heavy wide pot, measuring cups, measuring spoons, small bowl, slotted spoon, spoon, paper towels

Old School Translations

T = tablespoon t = teaspoon c = cup

Place flour and water in a small bowl. Stir until it becomes a smooth paste.

Stack 2 wonton wrappers on work surface. Brush all four sides with food glue. Place 1 tablespoon cheese in the center. Layer one tablespoon of marinara sauce and two pepperoni slices.

Fold each vertical side to the center, making sure they do not overlap. Fold the bottom wonton wrapper end to the center. Brush the top with food glue. Roll wonton wrapper closed. Set aside, seam side down. *See video tutorial.

Using a heavy-wide pot, heat 1 inch cooking oil to 350º F. Gently place 3-4 pizza rolls in oil and cook for 3 minutes or until brown.

Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a paper lined platter. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.

(yields 10) To accommodate a larger crowd, simply double or triple ingredients.

Fresh Followers can access marinara sauce recipe by visiting www.chefellegreen.com and signing in.

Easy Solutions: Allie’s Oatmeal: Dates and apples can be replaced with fresh peaches or even apricots. Pizza Rolls: Sautee mushrooms, bell peppers and onions to offer vegetarian options. And for quality assurance and optimal results, Chef Elle suggests following the recipes as written and using products mentioned.

Live At 9 cooking segment is sponsored by Double Door Marketing and Whole Foods Market.

© 2014 Elle Green All Rights Reserved. Chef Elle appears courtesy of Simple Conceptions. Recipes developed by Elle Green’s Mom. Credits: Food Styling: Chef Elle Photography: Hillary Rosenberg Copywriting: Hillary Rosenberg Home Cook Recipe Testers: Hillary Rosenberg, Alice Maloney, Hillary Maloney, Sister Eddie Mae and Glenda Byars


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