Easy, kid-friendly snacks they can eat with their hands
With these barbecue food ideas, you can take the party anywhere (no silverware needed!)
Thses meals are an easy way to turn leftovers around while saving money and the dishes
Need an easy dinner with fewer dishes to wash? These all-in-one dinners mean no sides -- and no fuss!
- Need an easy dinner with fewer dishes to wash? These all-in-one dinners mean no sides -- and no fuss!
- Kids can help by sprinkling cheese and spreading the corn muffin batter on top
- With these barbecue food ideas, you can take the party anywhere (no silverware needed!)
- These are perfect for small mouths. You could substitute ground chicken for either the veal or pork, or use just one type of ground meat.
- Cranberries and chunks of apples give this holiday staple a tasty kick
- Kids tend to love things with bacon, and these mini tarts -- manageable for small hands -- are no exception. Serve them warm with salad and also cold for lunch boxes or picnics.
- If your child likes crunchy foods, try this nutty tasting, high-protein dish that makes the perfect appetizer, snack or side dish
- These cute cupcakes are manageable mini mouthfuls for little ones. Adding some yogurt and citrus fruit keeps them lovely and moist and gives them a deliciously refreshing flavor. They would be great for birthday parties.
- A healthy "Partridge in a Pear Tree" salad recipe that is super-fun for kids to eat
- White chocolate popcorn with sweet craisins makes the perfect holiday snack for kids that won't spoil Christmas dinner
- Even picky eaters like salmon, and this holiday recipe makes it fun to eat and perfect for your Christmas dinner
- Kids can help by stirring the dip and snapping the ends off the beans
- One dish two ways: chicken nuggets for kids, chicken croquettes for adults
- One dish two ways: Mac'n'Cheese for kids, Mac'n'Cheese with Mushrooms and Red Peppers for adults
- Make everyday mornings special with this quick-prep breakfast
- Kids can help by mixing the batter and spooning jam onto the cakes
- Kids can help by mixing the filling and spreading it onto the tortillas
- Kids can help by scooping out the yolks and mashing with the mayo and spooning yolks into the whites
- Kids can help by mixing the ingredients for the sauce
- Doctor up your rice krispies treats in a flash with these kid-pleasing desserts