Your picky eater will never guess these cute foods are healthy, too
Pasta, pizza, tacos — make one dinner two ways with adult and toddler recipes
Sneak nutrition into your picky eater's diet with these fun toddler recipes
New takes on grilled cheese and PB&J for your picky toddler
- This savory dish is hearty enough to satisfy any vegetarian
- We used turkey sausage, but pork also works well
- An easier alternative to mashed potatoes, these are crisp and flavorful. Prep Thanksgiving morning
- A summer classic made main-dish hearty with diced ham and broccoli. The richer flavor of regular mayo is worth it; if you want to cut back on the fat, use fat-free sour cream.
- Veggies are delicious served warm or at room temperature.
- Line pan with foil and coat with cooking spray for easy cleanup.
- Making sure your child gets his fill of this important food group member
- These are best with mild fish, such as cod or tilapia
- Tired of the same PB&J? Revive your child's lunchbox with one of these recipes. Printable grocery lists, too!
- Use cheese and english-muffins to create a cute snack
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- Easy tips to bring out the seafood lover in your child
- Who knew making this frozen kid treat was so easy? Go beyond orange juice too: Try apple, grape, cranberry, or a combo.
- This is part sandwich, part dessert, so you may want to pack fruit or vegetable sticks in your child's lunch box as well.
- A lighter take on traditional chicken salad. To reduce the prep time, pick up some ready-made fresh fruit salad at the market.
- Kids will love the zesty taste and the fun of assembling their own lunch.
- Let the ice cream truck pass right on by-your kids will be happy making their own frozen treats. All you need: a bowl, a potato masher, an ice-cube tray, and a few ingredients. The sorbet takes about 90 minutes to reach the right consistency, so make it before lunch and eat as an afternoon snack. Use this recipe as a template for creating new flavors by mixing and matching other fruits and juices.
- The beloved kids' combo tastes even better when baked in a buttery cookie.
- Delicious aloneeven better with sweet barbecue or tangy yogurt dipping sauces, below.
- These bar cookies pack best in layers separated by waxed paper.