Kids Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
Really yummy recipe which impressed the whole family. Something different to cook if your a taco lover whos a bit sick of tacos. Can vary the heat by adding more or less chillis and top with different toppings or none to personalise.Submitted by BIGEARS2
Yummy, healthy kid pleaser with the dieter in mind.Makes 2 large pizzas or Can be made in singles pizzas (makes about 6) and frozen either cooked to microwave, or uncooked to bake later. Camembert cheese in the crust makes it that the kids will eat the whole slice, but can be omitted to make the pizza lower in fat. Much more satisfying than a thinner crust variety. Can also add other things like drained small pineapple pieces or sliced black olives, but have omitted these to keep cals lower. Recipe can be doubled or halved. Can also cook the singles in a camp oven if placed on appropriate sized tray and kept of the bottom of the camp oven. Hang on tripod over flames. Don't have fire to hotSubmitted by BIGEARS2
This one-pan meal has a full serving of veggies, plenty of lean protein, and lots of Asian flavor all in one dish. Serve this in your favorite tortilla (I like my grain-free Golden Flax tortillas, which you can find on this website!) with some broccoli and peanut sauce on the side. Yummmy!
For a vegetarian version, use seitan or tempeh instead of pork.
I'll often make this as a quick lunch pasta for my hungry boys. It is highly flexible. Depending on what I have in I'll sometime use olive oil or a blend of butter and olive oil instead of margarine; whatever leftover cooked meat I have in the fridge (or make it without meat);and the veggie is whatever frozen veggie I've got in the freezer that everyone will eat. My kids all love broccoli, so that's the most common addition.Submitted by METTAM
The original recipe called for 28 ounces of pork & beans. But the calorie amount was so high that I decided to only use half the beans and then cut down a little on the bbq sauce accordingly. With the beans, it's a way to get more fiber into your sandwich.
My 18mo old daughter LOVES this, and its good for her. Very versatile & it keeps well in the fridge for a couple of days. Typically, I use dried oregano, chopped, fresh garlic and I grind my cumin seeds. Paprika, just a sprinkle. Salt & pepper to taste. You can substitute beef stock/broth for water for a deeper flavor, substitute turkey for beef to make it leaner, add veggies like: frozen peas, chopped zucchini, chopped fresh spinach; I add whatever I have, this is just a basic recipe. Kind of like Minestrone, but with beef.Submitted by REBECCAS40