FONDY5210 promotes the same healthy choices message as the Y5210 program run in 3rd grade classrooms. FONDY5210 takes the message out to the whole community to promote 5 fruits and vegetables, 2 hours or less of screentime, 1 hour of physical activity, and 0 sugar sweetened drinks. Look for more ways to use FONDY5210 at home, your workplace, and our community in upcoming months!  Download these one page printable messages to share at your worksite or with your family!


FONDY5210 Flyer    FONDY5210 Flyer B&W                FONDY5210 Poster         FONDY5210 Poster B&W


FONDY5210 Promotes:

  • Eating a healthy diet based on MyPlate Guidelines from the USDA, making subsitutions where needed.
  • Every day is different just like everyone's healthy may look different from the outside. Some health factors we can change, genetics we cannot. Do the best you can.
  • All foods can fit into a healthy diet - there are no good or bad foods.
  • Living an active lifestyle leads to a positive attiude. 
  • Cutting down on screen time allows for more engagement in life. Be aware of what you eat, aware of what is around you, and enjoy your food and exercise.


FONDY5210 Recipes 

These recipes will be distributed at the Fond du Lac Farmers Market each week at the market managers booth. Feel free to print the recipes below and try your hand at being a healthy chef!


5 A Day Salad                                   Apple Coleslaw          

Asparagus Radish Salad                     Asparagus with Gremolata Sauce          

Broccoli Alfredo                                Brussels Sprouts with Mushroom Sauce       

Couscous with Peas and Onions          Crock Pot Vegetable Stew        

Cucumber Yogurt Dip                        Eggplant and Pepper Dip      

Farmers Market Salsa                        Herbed Lentil's and Rice Casserole

Kale with Nuts and Raisins                 Kohlrabi Bread     

Louisiana Green Beans                       Pink Party Salad

Rhubarb Salsa                                   Roasted Root Vegetables

Smothered Greens                             Squash Pancakes

Summer Squash Medley                     Vegetable Stir Fry

Zucchini Bread


Veggie Bites provide information on the selection, storage, uses, and nutrition facts of vegetables. Recipes are included! Thank you to University of Wisconsin - Extension for the Resource.

Apples                           Asparagus

Basil                              Beets

Broccoli                         Brussels Sprouts 

Cilantro                          Cucumber

Dill                                 Eggplant

Garlic                             Greens

Kale                               Kohlrabi

Peas                               Radishes

Rhubarb                          Squash

Tomato                           Wax Beans