Kids Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
I modified Stephanie O'Dey's version of this soup. I went through sparks and didn't find the same recipe. I changed Tobasco to Worcestershire Sauce. I used 2% Milk Velveeta & increased the onion & added mushrooms. [To bad Velveeta doesn't come in Swiss.] Serve with slice of Italian Bread or with Taco Chips. Increase or decrease ingredients such as the ground beef or potatoes according to how many people being served.
Mine would be lower sodium because I used homemade chicken broth. You can also reduce the amount of W. Sauce and the amount of the Velveeta to reduce the sodium.
Low in Calories and Super Delicious TOO!
There is no reason to feel deprived. You'll get all the satisfaction of pizza with this one and feel full with out all of the calories. Enjoy!
This is a recipe my grandmother used to make all the time. This is the only way I can get my husband to eat cabbage. These are great for kids because they can eat them with their hands. Also, runzas can be frozen and reheated for a quick meal on the go. (I like packing them in lunches.
(This recipe has been copied from cooks.com
I have 4 boys, who always seem to be STARVING. Plus we homeschool all of them. So I make as much food in advance as I can manage. With this mixture, you can make meatballs, meatloaves, min-meat loaves and use them as a main dish, with pasta, on sandwiches or grinders - and the smaller portions defrost quickly! I usually make one full-sized meatloaf, a 5 - 7 dozen meatballs, and a couple dozen mini-meatloaves - we eat the big meatloaf the first night, and I freeze the rest after cooking, to be used later.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COOKING TIME LISTED IS FOR MEATBALLS ONLY