Kids Recipes (Most Popular)
A crisp, lemon-pepper fish with a golden crust, made tender with buttermilk and spiced with pepper and basil. An egg white holds it all together!
Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Fruit? No Weigh!
Healthy, moist, and delicious banana muffins!
This delicious meatloaf in the shape of cupcakes with colorful "confetti" vegetable pieces is a great way to sneak more vegetables into your child's diet! Vary your ingredients and spices in this cook once, eat twice recipe and you're sure to create a recipe your family will love Plus, freeze your leftovers and you'll have an easy, microwave-reheatable dish for a busy night!
WAHOO for fresh juice!!!! this is my favourite staple juice blend. Buy a big bag of carrots, a couple bags of apples a couple of cucumbers and some fresh ginger, turn on the juicer and BINGO...Juice for the WEEK!!!
Whether a start-up to your morning or an afternoon snack, this shake is a delicious way to get healthy.
I love the Disney family quick and easy dinner recipes. This was a huge hit with myself and my spouse
Zap your chocolate craving in minutes with this single-serving brownie in a mug! We love adding chopped walnuts for extra crunch.
This is a low-cal take on the Sloppy Joe, using turkey and vegetables. Turkey provides the low-cal protein and lots of veggies make this healthy.
found this on Kellog's site
This yummy salad includes kidney beans, to help up the nutrition. My kids and hubby love it!
A delicious simple strawberry pie that requires no cooking!
Quick and Easy - Kids love it!
Fun, fast meal
This sweet dish is low in sugar.
My kids love this smoothie even though it has artificial sweetener in it!
You haven't had Rice Krispies like this before! These peanut-buttery treats are a fun twist on a childhood favorite.
One of my favorite occasional snacks with only 200 calories!
Alternative to Your 'Usual' Tuna Melts- Low Carb with a twist!
A variation of the Self-rising Pizza Crust found at hillbillyhousewife.com
Nutrition given is just for the crust!!!
Easy and good for you!!
These flourless, sugarless cookies are potassium powerhouses!
quick meal idea
Nom nom nom. This recipe is delicious and amazingly healthy for how it tastes! Adapted from http://www.instructables.com/id/Mug_Browni
This recipe works great with any type of bean. Beans can be soaked overnight, the water drained and changed and the beans will last for approximately 10 days in the refrigerator. The soaked, yet uncooked beans, can also be frozen so they are ready to use another day. It takes about 1/2 cup of dried beans to make 1 cup of soaked beans.
When you are out of brown sugar of trying to reduce the sugar...
Ground turkey and pasta and cheese... So good it feels like cheating!
I make this for my husband and me--but I'm sure to put the other 4 servings into 1 serving sized Tupperware containers first (perfect for lunch the next day!).
My DD6 is not a big breakfast eater. Most morning I can get her to eat only a piece of fruit. I threw this together to get her through the mid morning munchies.