Kid Friendly Food
Kids can be notoriously tough to please. Try this mom-tested advice to turn them around, then make some of our favorite kid recipes that will lead to fuss-free dinners in no time.
When you have to supply the munchies for your kid's class or team, go with one of these smart picks.
Feel like going out to eat tonight? Parents polled more than 50 of the largest full-service or buffet-style restaurant chains to see which cater best to families and to find out what they're feeding the kids.
In this new twist on the all-in-one meal, the ingredients for a complete dinner are cooked together, resulting in big, bold, perfectly melded flavors. Minimal prep and easy cleanup make these feasts a stress-free solution for busy weeknights.
See how to make mini versions of this pizza-parlor staple. Tiny stromboli for tiny hands!
These soft-shell tacos are filled with a saucy mixture of chorizo sausage and ground chicken. Ready in 20 minutes, they are a Mexican meal with family appeal.
Strawberries, string cheese, and the fun of mixing it up help the lettuce go down.
The key to getting through a takeout-free workweek: creating a menu and doing some prep work on Sunday. Check out these recipes from Sara Haas, registered dietitian nutritionist and spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Perfect as a snack or as part of a larger meal, store these yummy bites in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
See how to make these refreshing virgin pina coladas. All you'll need is pineapple juice, coconut milk beverage, frozen pineapple chunks, & lime juice. Cheers!
Roasted veggies are naturally sweet, so babies and toddlers tend to love their flavor. Here's a step-by-step guide to simple roasting, plus tips for making sure that the final texture is easy for your little one to manage.
Crisp taco shells offer a pleasant contrast in texture to the creamy chipotle and chicken salad. Add the typical taco toppings of cheese, lettuce, tomato, and green onion.
Kids can help cook these yummy recipes by Top Chef alum Antonia Lofaso.
To reheat leftover quesadillas warm them in a dry frying pan.
This 5-ingredient dessert tastes decadent, but is actually made with protein-rich Greek yogurt.
These miniature sandwiches are great party fare. Serve them for a kids' birthday party or when you invite the gang over to watch a football game on TV.
Fresh tangy blueberries make a splash in these citrus-flavored pancakes. This yummy recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
These crowd-pleasing bars make a wholesome option for bake sales and lunch boxes.
Whether you're baking for a class party, a play date, or a bake sale, these nut-free goodies will make everyone happy.