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10 Tips for Improving Your Scout’s Diet

Are you tired of battles and bargaining with your kids to eat “just two more bites” of their veggies? If they prefer soda to milk, or would rather snack on cookies than an apple, all hope is not lost. The following tips can help get your scout’s diet back on track. Download

RECIPE: Oatmeal Pecan Waffles or Pancakes

This recipe is delicious, easy to follow and approved by Cleveland Clinic Preventive Cardiology nutrition experts. Click here


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Book: The One Pan Gourmet

Don Jacobson has come up with ways (175 of them!) to spice things up with fresh food on the trail, along with how to plan for, pack for, and prepare delicious outdoor meals with less gear and fewer hassles. Click here

Book: The Scout’s Dutch Oven Cookbook

Featuring full-color photography, this book includes step-by-step, clear, and specific instructions for each Scout-tested recipe, eliminating the need for guesswork. Great Scout anecdotes about camping and food adventures accompany many recipes. Click here

Book: The Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook

Authors, and avid hikers, Christine and Tim Conners have collected and compiled recipes and tips from Boy and Girl Scouts and leaders all across the country representing the best in campout cooking for Troops large and small. Each tasty recipe is accompanied by easy-to-read information about cooking method, basic essentials, and instructions. Everyone can enjoy healthy eating balanced by a little bit of indulgence with this lay-flat paperback book. Click here