Recipes are popular vehicles in nutrition education. Significant time and resources are devoted to identifying, developing and distributing recipes in Extension nutrition education programs. A qualitative review of existing recipes found some recipes to be lacking in standardization. The authors review previous work about recipe development for limited resource audiences and present a comprehensive recipe checklist for Extension staff to better assess whether a recipe will be effective in programming.
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Reed, D. B., & Schuster, E. (2002). Recipe Checklist: A Tool to Aid Development of Recipes for Audiences with Limited Resources. The Journal of Extension, 40(6), Article 21. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss6/21