Mini turkey meatballs add low-fat protein to this hearty pasta and veggie soup.
Heating these sandwiches in a skillet gives them a warm and crispy shell that's appealing to kids.
If your kids can't handle a lot of spice, just leave out the chiles and use plain canned tomatoes.
These seasoned cheeseburgers are just perfect for little hands.
A sprinkle of bacon tops off this rich and creamy soup, which is the perfect match for grilled cheese.
Your kids may actually eat their veggies when they're formed into these cute mini burgers.
This quick-fix soup goes great with most any sandwich. Or serve with crackers and cheese and some sliced fresh fruit.
Instead of serving up a plain turkey sandwich, turn that deli turkey into a fun and flavorful salad. Dried cranberries add color and sweetness.
A rich Italian soup that's ready in under 20 minutes? This is it—and it's one your kids will eat.
The pork shoulder gets tender enough to shred when you make it in the slow cooker.
With ground beef and black beans, this low-fat recipe is like a taco in a bowl.
The cheese is mixed in with the burger instead of going on top for these simple sandwiches.
You can use your family's favorite vegetables in this soup to make it even more appealing.
Using whole grain bread boosts the fiber in this favorite sandwich, which gets a flavor twist from fresh basil leaves.
Kids will love the tiny pasta in this Italian-style soup. And you'll love that it's so easy to make.
The brisket gets moist and tender in the slow cooker. And the recipe makes enough for 12 so you can serve it to a crowd or freeze any leftovers for another meal.
You know they love mac and cheese so this soup is sure to be a hit, even with the added veggies.
A hot chicken and tomato mixture is combined with cool cucumbers and avocado to make this handheld sandwich.
A yummy homemade peanut sauce flavors this handheld sandwich. Rotisserie chicken makes it quick and easy.