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A balanced chicken and vegetables recipe that cooks together in one dish. Use leftovers as fun finger food for lunch tomorrow.
Hide zucchini in yummy pulled BBQ chicken sandwiches and use leftovers in our zucchini muffin recipe that be perfect addition to their lunch box.
Make it a meatless Monday with two delicious vegetable recipes: cheesy vegetable lasagna for dinner and grilled veggies with creamy dip for lunch.
Make these easy, interactive chicken lettuce wraps for a dinner the whole family will love. Then serve leftover chicken with a yummy peanut sauce for lunch tomorrow.
Whip up dinner in a flash with our chicken and white bean pasta recipe. For lunch tomorrow, try a sweet-and-savory pear and avocado sandwich the kids are sure to love.
The first day of spring calls for something fresh and green (but still kid-friendly!), like this pesto-ricotta pizza. Use the leftover ricotta in sweet sandwiches for tomorrow's lunch.
Need dinner on the table now? Try our 15-minute Moroccan Chicken (made with a store-bought rotisserie chicken). Then use the leftovers to make the ultimate kid-pleaser--baked chicken nuggets!--for lunch.
For dinner tonight, jazz up baked potatoes with a fun cheeseburger filling. Then whip up a quick grilled peanut butter & banana sandwich for lunch tomorrow.
To celebrate National Pi Day, try this broccoli quiche for dinner and the cheese tart recipe for lunch tomorrow.
The weather may still be cold, but this beef chili recipe is hearty enough to warm you right up. Serve it for dinner and use leftover black beans to whip up some lunchtime burritos.
Tech blogger Jeana Lee Tahnk and our team of editors share the coolest new apps, games and gadgets for families. Plus, we’ll help you set limits on screen time and learn more about internet safety.