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!
- Use cheese and english-muffins to create a cute snack
- Wrap hot dogs in crescent rolls to make a creative, yummy snack
- A week of dinners for the whole crew
- Rice Krispies make a tasty coating for fish, and these finger-sized snacks cook quickly and can be easily cooked from frozen. (Another good coating: crushed cornflakes.)
- The red, yellow, and green of these fruits make for an attractive presentation that will appeal to children, but you can use any combination of fruits that your child particularly enjoys.
- A simple holiday side dish recipe that picky eaters will gobble gobble! down
- If your kids like chicken nuggets, try this version that makes the perfect Thanksgiving side dish
- Use store-bought pumpkin muffins and let your kids have fun transforming them into these fun (and healthy) snacks
- Reindeer-shaped cinnamon rolls that picky eaters will love. Bonus: they're perfect for a holiday breakfast or brunch
- This tasty. kid-friendly Italian recipe is fun to eat and perfect for your holiday dinner
- If picky eaters snub their noses at stuffing, bake them into these yummy muffins with a tasty apple twist
- Hot dog buns are just right for baby panini, and the deliciously creamy Taleggio cheese in this filling melts beautifully. You could use fontina or mozzarella instead.