Quick & Easy
We know busy moms need quick meal solutions that work. Try these recipes to make feeding your family easier any night of the week.
FamilyFun and four of our favorite mom and dad food bloggers share our best back-to-school recipes. Here, we offer simple, fresh, and fantastically delicious ideas for feeding your kids breakfasts and lunches they'll look forward to eating.
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.
Delicious meals for hot summer nights -- no stove required.
Eating outdoors is special for kids, but packing up the food and keeping it safe in the heat can seem a little tricky. Don't let that stop you. With our menu suggestions and food safety tips, your picnic will be a walk in the park!
Is your child's cafeteria failing to provide healthy, nutritious food?
School mornings are hectic, but there are some things you can do to help pack lunches a little faster (without resorting to processed foods).
Skip the store-bought stuff - this super easy hummus recipe requires just a few basic ingredients and takes only minutes to prepare!
Try this kid-friendly twist on a classic Greek salad. It's like summer in a bowl!
Up all night with a colicky infant or cranky toddler? Dinner's probably the last thing on your mind. Food writer (and Parents contributor) Debbie Koenig has some sanity-saving tips for frazzled moms and dads. Read our interview; then check out recipes from Debbie's cookbook, Parents Need to Eat Too.
This 5-ingredient dessert tastes decadent, but is actually made with protein-rich Greek yogurt.
Even breakfast-phobes won't mind eating the most important meal of the day if they can have these hearty, sweet and moist cookies. They boast the flavors of carrot cake with the nutritional goodness of quinoa, dates, carrot, pecans and oats.
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.