In celebration of National Nutrition Month, we’ve put together a sampling of easy-to-make recipes that are packed with flavor. These dishes make satisfying meals for everyone, and it just might inspire the younger ones in the family to spend more time in the kitchen — and eat their vegetables.

Chipotle Chicken Bowls with Cilantro-Lime Quinoa

The smoky chicken, tangy quinoa and fresh tomatoes make this a tasty and colorful meal. Ask the kids to help put the bowls together for an extra dash of fun.

Foil Packet Cajun Shrimp Boil

Jazz up your shrimp with Cajun seasoning, cayenne pepper, oregano and other herbs and spices for this easy surf-and-turf recipe. The potatoes and corn make satisfying sides.

Southwestern Quinoa and Egg Breakfast Bowl

This recipe packs a healthy punch. Have your eggs scrambled, over easy or poached and get creative adding avocados, tomatoes, cucumbers — the vegetable combinations are limitless.

Kid-Friendly White Bean and Avocado Wrap

This vegetable wrap, with a hint of sweetness, is ideal for a picnic or as a snack. Use whole wheat tortillas to make it extra healthy.

Korean Vegetable Pancakes

A healthier alternative to the sweet breakfast staple, these savory pancakes are a good option for a light dinner. Or change up your morning and have them for breakfast.

Vietnamese Broiled Cod with Asparagus, Peas and Water Chestnut Stir Fry

For a break from other meats, go for this cod recipe. The water chestnuts give the vegetable stir fry a tasty crunch.

Ranch-Chive Popcorn

Staying in for a movie? This is a perfect snack.

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