Kids Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Steph2003' Sloppy Joe's
Steph2003' Sloppy Joe's

Basic recipe, just to help me track everything.

Submitted by STEPH2003
Baked Italian Amore (HEB Primo Picks)
Baked Italian Amore (HEB Primo Picks)

HEB Primo Picks Recipe - This is higher in calories, so I use it as a special occasion recipe.

Submitted by FIZZLESTIX
Mac & Cheese with Ham
Mac & Cheese with Ham

Whole Wheat Ronzoni Elbow macaroni with Ragu cheese sauce and cubed ham pieces.

Submitted by KCFEMME
Friccadillies
Friccadillies

My whole family loves this recipe, it tastes a lot like salsbury steak but much more tender. I counted each patty as one serving. I think two makes a nice serving but my boys think 5 sounds more like it.

Submitted by COVEREDNPRAYING
Breakfast Cupcakes
Breakfast Cupcakes

My kids are in love with this one!

Submitted by STACEY96
Non-traditional Meat Pie
Non-traditional Meat Pie

I have no idea what goes into a traditional pastry-based meat pie, so instead I just make this. It's tasty -- what else matters?

Submitted by BTVMADS
Moo Shu In Minutes!
Moo Shu In Minutes!

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.

Submitted by BTVMADS
Easy Italian Sloppy Joes
Easy Italian Sloppy Joes

This is an easy week night supper that most kids (both little and big) will enjoy. Serve with fries, chips, fruit, vegetables, or any other finger foods.

Submitted by SKINNYMOM383
Pat's Spaghetti Sauce
Pat's Spaghetti Sauce

Easy Spaghetti

Submitted by MJWSTERILE
Bolognese Beef,Olive & Mushroom Sauce
Bolognese Beef,Olive & Mushroom Sauce

Beef Bolognese with Sliced Olives and Mushroom - serve over pasta or on toast.

Submitted by JETDESIGNS
Down Home Shepard's Pie
Down Home Shepard's Pie

What's more comforting than a warm casserole topped with creamy, cheesey mashed potatoes and full of hot vegetables and meat in a rich gravy? Maybe the knowledge that it's actually GOOD for you, too!

Submitted by BTVMADS
Sausage stuffed potatoes
Sausage stuffed potatoes

A lovely waming dish, great for the kids

Submitted by MERALO
Homemade Pizza 1
Homemade Pizza 1

Today's version of homemade pizza (11/02/12).

Submitted by SELDOMBITES
beef stir-fry
beef stir-fry

New twist to a simple stir-fry recipe. 1

Submitted by BGAIL4
Cabbage stuff
Cabbage stuff

This is an entree, and makes enough for a large family, with leftovers.

Submitted by NARNIAFANIAM
Crescent burger
Crescent burger

quick easy meal

Submitted by ARGUABLESTORM
Shipwrecked (Gally Slop)
Shipwrecked (Gally Slop)

A tasty classic family meal made healthier, so it won't "shipwreck" your new lifestyle!

Submitted by LADYBAILEY
BBQ CUPCAKES
BBQ CUPCAKES

THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO GET KIDS TO EAT MEAT AND VEGGIES

Submitted by MOLOS2003
Fast and easy sloppy joes
Fast and easy sloppy joes

Always hated manwich growing up then my hubby showed me how to make this and fell in love!

Submitted by PJBAILEY713
Mom's Spaghetti Sauce
Mom's Spaghetti Sauce

Trying to Track homemade spaghetti sauce

Submitted by LETTHISBEIT
Ham and Cheese Hashbrown Casserole
Ham and Cheese Hashbrown Casserole

quick, easy and kid friendly

Submitted by JBM4MOM
Open-Faced Pizza Burgers
Open-Faced Pizza Burgers

Taken from Allrecipes.com; part of Taste of Home recipe collection. Hasn't been altered to be more healthy.

Submitted by CATSRUL
Low Fat Sloppy Joe's
Low Fat Sloppy Joe's

I like to serve these on Arnold's Select's Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins which are only 100 calories but do a great job of sopping up the extra sauce.

Submitted by MAMATRAUMA
Tater Tot Casserole
Tater Tot Casserole

Dinner Casserole

Submitted by VENUSB1
Chili
Chili

This is a simple chili recipe that was a real crowd pleaser in the middle of a busy day at elementary school in February! Can be adapted to a vegetarian diet by omitting the beef, adding a variety of beans and grain. Local beef was used and the beans were pre-soaked and prepared ahead of time. Enjoy!

Submitted by NYLARK
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