9 Favorite Kid Recipes


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Cooking for the kids can be very satisfying when you know they're going to enjoy the food. Treat them with these 9 favorite kid recipes.

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9 Favorite Kid Recipes

  1. 1. 9 Favorite KidRecipes
  2. 2. No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese Not only is this ultra-creamy version of mac-and-cheese nearly as fast as the boxed variety, but your family will be able to pronounce every ingredient. If they aren’t broccoli fans, substitute a frozen vegetable of your choice.Click here to view recipe: >> No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese
  3. 3. Baked Ravioli It’s possible to save time in the kitchen without sacrificing the ability to give your kids a meal with a personal touch. Use frozen ravioli in this dish, but add your own herbs or spices for a meal personally suited for your loved ones.Click here to view recipe: >> Baked Ravioli
  4. 4. Crispy Chicken Nuggets It will be hard to go back to store-bought nuggets after you’ve tasted these. You can skip the marinating stage if you don’t have time, but it does add a delicious flavor to the chicken.Click here to view recipe: >> Crispy Chicken Nuggets
  5. 5. Pizza Top pizza dough or prepared pizza crusts with leftover cooked chicken, tomato sauce, fresh herbs, and shredded mozzarella for a simple weeknight dinner.Click here to view recipe: >> Pizza
  6. 6. Sloppy Joe Sliders An already kid-friendly classic just got kicked up a notch. Kids and adults alike will love these pint-sized sliders. Make the sauce ahead of time, if you like. Just reheat it and toast the buns to finish the sliders.Click here to view recipe: >> Sloppy Joe Sliders
  7. 7. Ham And Cheese Crescent Roll-Ups Ham and cheese crescents are an easy and delicious weeknight dinner, ready in just 25 minutes.Click here to view recipe: >> Ham And Cheese Crescent Roll-Ups
  8. 8. Beef Taquitos Like tacos, only neater to eat, taquitos have plenty of kid appeal. In Mexico, they’re often deep-fried, but baking them works well too. It’s easier and healthier, and the tortillas still turn golden brown and crispy around the edges. Served with salsa and sour cream, they make a quick and satisfying lunch or dinner.Click here to view recipe: >> Beef Taquitos
  9. 9. Chicken-Veggie Quesadillas With Ranch Yogurt Sauce This is a great kids’ meal, or cut each quesadilla into eight pieces for an appetizer.Click here to view recipe: >> Chicken-Veggie Quesadillas With Ranch Yogurt Sauce
  10. 10. Chicken Parmesan Wheels Kids love shapes and colors; cutting these into pinwheels exposes the beautiful green spinach and gooey cheese.Click here to view recipe: >> Chicken Parmesan Wheels