Kids Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Shreaded Beefy tacos
Shreaded Beefy tacos

These tacos are a favorite for my kids and allow me to eliminate the fat from traditional tacos.

Submitted by MISTACI
Bolognese Sauce
Bolognese Sauce

A family favorite that gets THREE veggies into my kids! Carrots, onions and tomatoes!

Submitted by TDICOIO
Beef and Rice Taco Skillet
Beef and Rice Taco Skillet

Super Easy, Kid Friendly, One Pot

Submitted by DEANARRCA
Taco Bell Taco Dinner
Taco Bell Taco Dinner

Homemade tacos quick and easy

Submitted by REBAREBA
Yummy Meatloaf
Yummy Meatloaf

This recipe for meatloaf uses no bread crumbs and no egg, and is surprisingly lower in calories then I expected. I get requests to make this all the time!

Submitted by KENTJAVA44
Mini meatloafs
Mini meatloafs

Even my very picky 5 year old will eat these!

Submitted by NIKHOP41
Taco Pockets
Taco Pockets

Not an overly healthy dish but great for kids or anyone who likes taco based foods.

For the GT Xpress Redi-set-go and GT 101 food cookers as seen on TV.

Submitted by DELBY68
Baked eggplants with bolognese
Baked eggplants with bolognese

From webpage: http://food-4tots.com/2010/06/06/baked-egg
plants-with-bolognese-sauce/3/

Submitted by SFTULIP
JSCV wrap pizza
JSCV wrap pizza

Partial-whole wheat wrap, misc. toppings.

Submitted by CVIRTUE
Beef & Bean Sloppy Joes
Beef & Bean Sloppy Joes

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.

Meatloaf Muffins
Meatloaf Muffins

Combine ingredients, pack into muffin tins, should yeild 8 total, top with extra ketchup and bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

Submitted by SUSIEQZ999
Cheezy Herby Meatballs
Cheezy Herby Meatballs

This twist on an old favourite can be served with spaghetti, placed in a pita or burger bun, or just picked up and eaten. Yummy! I bake them in the oven on a rack to keep the fat down and you could also use lower fat meat and cheese to really bring down the calories and fat.

Submitted by OMAHONNELLY
Braised Beef with carrot, parsnip & sweet potato Pureed
Braised Beef with carrot, parsnip & sweet potato Pureed

This is a dish for my toddler who can only eat pureed food. Wanted to get some more protein and iron in her diet. She loves this. Smells like heavenly beef stew.

Submitted by LAURAP100805
Sweet Pepper Pork Chops & Rice
Sweet Pepper Pork Chops & Rice

You could probably use any combination veggies here.

Submitted by ITISSPARKTIME
Lisa's quick pasta
Lisa's quick pasta

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
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
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