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10 No-Sauce Foods

  • Berry Mini-Meat Loaves
    Quick tip: If the kids aren't crazy about gravy, skip it

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  • Chicken and Fruit Kebabs
    Time-saver: Don't feel like soaking skewers? Use metal.

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    Picky eater? Nix the peas and onions for applesauce.

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    Rice-and-Fruit Salad
    This festive salad blends seasonal fruits and flavors.

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    Roasted Potato Wedges
    An easier alternative to mashed potatoes, these are crisp and flavorful. Prep Thanksgiving morning

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  • For Kids: Chicken Nuggets
    For Adults: Chicken Croquettes

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    Maple-walnut muffins

    Make everyday mornings special with these quick-prep breakfasts

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    Egg Sausage Muffins

    Serve this dish warm, so the cheese is lusciously gooey.

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    Pumpkin Pancakes
    Warm up chilly mornings with some classic pancakes. For a seasonal twist, add some pumpkin puree.

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  • I Heart Turkey
    A plain ol' turkey sandwich gets a little love with this Thanksgiving-inspired, heart-shaped version. (Kid not a heart-lover? Stars or dinosaur shapes work, too.) Spread a thin layer of cranberry sauce on two pieces of whole wheat bread. Layer two slices of roasted turkey breast and sliced cheese. Use a cookie cutter to cut the sandwich into the shape of a heart.

    Serve with:
    Baby carrots with ranch dressing dip
    Squeezable applesauce tube

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