Kids Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
This recipe can go down in calories if you replace the ground beef with ground chicken or turkey. You have to calculate the bun or cheese in aswel. It is sooo tasty tho! Make sure you keep the ground pork in there because it gives the hamburger so much moisture!Submitted by EVICLAGG
This is something I make that the kids love and is quick and easy. I have 4 kids. :) Has great protein too. Sub nonfat Sour Cream to reduce fat. Also use leaner ham or turkey ham to reduce calories further. I don't because I exercise a TON and am nursing. :)Submitted by BABYANGEL141
This is an all-time favorite of my family. I've made it healthier by using ground turkey instead of beef and nonfat skim milk. Sometimes I double up on the veggies since this is one of the few ways my kids will eat them. You can even make it without the cheese, but I wouldn't because cheese is so yummy.Submitted by ANGILAM4
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.
This is a good alternative to opening up that good ol' can of "stuff" the next time your kids are craving the Chef! You can make this vegan by swapping out the beef for 3/4 cup TVP granules soaked in a little more than 1/2 cup hot water or vegetable broth if you like.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This makes two round pizzas. I prepare one with just pepperonis and cheese and the other with vegetables and cheese.Submitted by SHARLOTTE57
A simple, fairly cheap and filling dinner I made up today for the 60 Evening Program participants at the Club: I put together the sauce in the morning and let it simmer for two hours while I made their dessert (ricotta-cherry turnovers!), then layered it with freshly cooked pasta and pressed, "dry" cottage cheese, popping it all into the oven for an hour and a half so it would be perfectly done by dinnertime!Submitted by JO_JO_BA