- Healthy Family & Kids Dinner Recipes - EatingWell
- 117 Kid-Friendly Vegetarian Recipes
- 13 No-Cook Summer Pastas
- The secret to perfect homemade kale chips
This group of recipes is a fantastic way to encourage your kids to try kale and even love it! Jill Mills is a mom of 3 little boys that love to get crafty in the kitchen.
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Her blog encourages kids to get involved with creating their own recipes and having fun in the kitchen. She also comes up with fun food ideas for several brands and has been featured in Family Fun, Parenting, and other magazines. Jill and her family reside in Atlanta, GA. Empty comment. You seem to be logged out. Refresh your page, login and try again. Sorry, comments are currently closed. Shaved Squash Salad. No boring greens here.
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Iain Bagwell. Pasta with Walnut Pesto and Peas. Quick Summery Veggie Tart. Store-bought piecrust is the shortcut secret to this savory tart. Summer Squash Salad with Herbs and Quinoa.
Use all the summer produce while it's in season. Sweet Pea and Mint Stuffed Shells. Creamy Farfalle with Ham and Peas. Creamy pasta with ham and peas in 15 minutes! Brian Woodcock. Skillet Chicken and Spring Vegetables.
Upgrade the classic chicken dinner with spring veggies. Spring Pasta Carbonara. Veggies are a fresh update to this classic pasta dish. Tina Rupp. Spinach Mac and Cheese.
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117 Kid-Friendly Vegetarian Recipes
Broccoli and Cheddar Rollups. Second, the texture of greens can be tricky. Raw kale is really dense and it takes a lot of commitment to chew it up enough to comfortably swallow it. There is a lot of kale in each of these bites, so your little one might only want one, but they are really packed with nutrients for growing bodies. I have been eating these for lunch myself lately, which marks the only way besides green smoothies that my pregnancy taste buds can tolerate kale and I love how easy they are to reheat!
This baked kale recipe has protein, calcium, Vitamins A and C, so they make for a nicely balanced snack all on their own. We particularly love dunking them into salsa for a nice mild flavor boost. You can let the Kale Bites cool and store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days and reheat them for about 15 seconds in the microwave or a few minutes in a degree oven until warmed through.
13 No-Cook Summer Pastas
You can also freeze them in a zip top freezer bag for up to 3 months and heat from frozen. We like these with a simple side of fruit and maybe crackers or a roll as a simple toddler meal , or on their own as a snack. You can also make them slightly smaller using a 1 teaspoon portion and toss them with marinara sauce and pasta as a vegetarian take on meatballs!
These bites store well, so you can make them ahead and store them in the fridge for up to 5 days. Heat briefly for 15 seconds in the microwave before serving. If they are, blitz them quickly in the blender or food processor so they more closely resemble the size of bread crumbs. You can store them in the freezer for up to 3 months. Warm briefly in the microwave to serve.
The secret to perfect homemade kale chips
Thank you! Let them cool after you bake them and then freeze them in a zip top freezer bag. Warm them for 15 seconds in the microwave or for about minutes or until warmed through in a F oven on a lined baking sheet. Let me know if you have any other questions!