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10 Delicious Dinner Recipes for Picky Eaters

  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Healthy Baked Polenta Fries and Ketchup
    Healthy gluten-free polenta is made kid-friendly thanks to the full, sweet corn flavor dipped in tasty homemade ketchup

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Asparagus and Gruyère Pizza
    A healthy pizza recipe that's so yummy your kids will be begging for their vegetables

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Macaroni and Cheese Muffins
    A fun new way to eat this classic kid-friendly dish.

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Mini Meat Loaf Recipe
    Fun-sized mini meat loaves are easy to dip in ketchup and perfect for packing for a school lunch or picnic

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Candied Baby Carrots
    A kid-friendly veggie recipe perfect for pretty baby carrots or any colorful root vegetable

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Easy Asian Fish Cakes
    Light, zesty Asian-inspired fish cakes that are easy to make and perfect for a quick family dinner

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Cheesy Spinach Squares
    Get your kids to eat (and love) their spinach with these cheesy, nutrient-packed spinach squares

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Chopped Salad for Kids
    A healthy vegetable-packed chopped salad that's kid-friendly and easy to whip up

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Frozen Fruit Pops
    Easy-to-make fruit pops that are extra light and refreshing with a hint of herbs

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  • The Supper Club by Susie Cover, Weldon Owen, 2011

    Easy, Kid-Friendly Brownie Recipe
    Crunchy, crispy rice cereal makes these brownies an irresistible dessert for kids. You're going to want seconds!

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    Try white foods your little one won't turn his nose up at.

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