ChopChop for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)


ChopChop offers Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education providers an innovative tool to foster nutrition education in target communities.  Four-time winner of the Parents’ Choice Award and James Beard Foundation “Publication of the Year,” ChopChop is filled with nutritious, great-tasting, ethnically diverse recipes that will inspire families to make healthy choices within a limited budget. Each quarterly issue offers:

  • 40-page magazine filled with beautiful photography and inspirational design
  • Delicious, diverse, affordable, and kid-tested recipes to teach SNAP-eligible recipients to cook real food together as a family
  • Fun food facts, gardening activities, games, and puzzles to promote nutrition education
  • Games to keep kids moving
  • Available in English and Spanish

Get ChopChop and give SNAP-eligible recipients the recipes, cooking tips, and nutrition information they need, for healthy habits to last a lifetime. Click the ORDER NOW link to order the magazine for your program. For more information on custom programs and pricing, please contact Evilee Ebb at 508.269.9346 or send an email to


Download this best practices guide and get the latest thinking on the benefits of cooking and eating together. 


"Oklahoma State University Extension Agency conducts a nutrition class for 4th grade students. Their representative gave me your magazine. I LOVE it. Thank you for putting together kid-friendly, healthy recipes." --Tessa Russell, Oklahoma

"Our state’s collaboration with ChopChop reaches thousands of families with fun and innovative recipes. Kids all around Maryland have a great time trying and enjoying healthy foods." -- Joshua M. Sharfstein, MD, Secretary, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

"I am a pediatrician working in an underserved underinsured community. My patients have told me that they love the magazine and adore the recipes. The parents too express their gratitude. Best of all, I have seen reductions in BMIs!!!" -- Yvonne A. Essandoh, D.O. Austin, TX