Kids Recipes (Most Popular)
Just one serving of this creamy soup contains 1 serving of vegetables, 1 serving of milk, 4 grams of fiber, 17 grams of protein, and more than a day's supply of Vitamin C. One serving equals just 2 Weight Watcher's points. It can also be made to fit a Zone 40-30-30 diet plan*.Submitted by ELMNOP
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.Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
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!!!Submitted by WILDFIREWENCH
Make it sour or sweet depending on your taste! This is the PERFECT remedy to those heavy dessert temptations, a great way to get in some extra fruit as a snack, or yummy for breakfast. It's an easy way to spruce up not-quite-fresh fruit and perfect for summer, too!Submitted by WOLFKITTY
This is a simply amazing dessert fix for when you’re trying to shed the holiday pounds but love dessert! Here's the magic part - after the dessert sits long enough, the crackers taste exactly like a thin layer of phyllo dough! It’s important to get the salted kind of crackers, though – it makes a difference!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This is a delicious alternative to lasagna, and a more "user-friendly" version of spaghetti with sauce. Baking the sauce into the pasta makes it slightly less messy for kids, and there's no long skinny noodles to gag on if they aren't cut properly. The mozzarella cheese adds calcium, and using multigrain pasta with omega 3's makes this dish oh-so-healthy!
Oh, and for all you vegetarians: check out the protein in a single cup of this delicious pasta dish!