University of Maryland Extension

Maryland SNAP-Ed

Part of University of Maryland Extension, the Maryland SNAP-Ed program provides nutrition education to help low income individuals and families make healthy food choices, develop food preparation skills, handle food safely, improve food shopping skills, and increase physical activity.

Here are a few helpful links:





With less family gathering for holiday meals this year, you may have a lot of food left over and do not want to eat the same meal over the next few days.  Click here to access the Maryland SNAP-Ed EastSmart blog for some creative turkey, stuffing, potatoes, green beans, and squash recipes. There are many different ways that you can use the leftover foods to create all new dishes that your family will love!





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