Our Kids’ Favorite Foods

  • Our Kids Favorite Foods 1 of 9
    8 "happy meals" from the Family Kitchen bloggers
  • Kelsey | Homemade Pancake Mix 2 of 9
    "This is our family’s favorite pancake mix, which always results in an awesome breakfast with my daughter. You will just love our secret ingredient — it’s a tip my brother picked up from the chef at a hotel he worked at one summer during college!"
    Make pancake mix »
  • Julie | Fun Food Faces 3 of 9
    "My 5-year-old’s current favorite book, Food Play, is a compilation of photographs of playfully carved fruits and vegetables. On a recent rainy weekend, we spent a chunk of afternoon carving hilarious faces out of the fruit and veggies in our fruit bowl."
    Make fun food faces »
  • Shaina | Whole Artichokes 4 of 9
    “While I can think of several adults who wouldn’t jump at the chance to eat a whole artichoke, my 4-year-old is over the moon when they appear on the dinner table. It’s the ultimate finger food for him.”
    How to prepare whole artichokes »
  • Brooke | Simplest Pasta Salad 5 of 9
    “This is the most ridiculously addictive pasta salad I’ve ever eaten. My kids will tell you the same thing. Magic happens when you make this pasta salad. Magic.”
    Make the simplest pasta salad »
  • Kathy | “Smart” Hot Dogs 6 of 9
    “I’d like to plead my case for the classic American hot dog as the happiest of happy kids foods. Hot dogs are the quintessential 'outdoor' sunny-day dish, and my kids love being outside.”
    Make "smart" hot dogs »
  • Angie | Chicken Nuggets 7 of 9
    “My son isn’t a picky eater, but he sure does love chicken nuggets. And what kid doesn’t? Even I can’t turn down deep-fried crispy chicken!”
    Make chicken nuggets »
  • Brian and Elizabeth | Spaghetti with Meatballs 8 of 9
    “This is one of our daughter’s favorite meals. Easy steps like tearing up bread and messy steps like mixing eggs into ground meat make this a pretty fun dish for her.”
    Make spaghetti with meatballs »
  • Paula | Turkey Tacos 9 of 9
    “We love tacos in our house. An added benefit is that they’re gluten-free. Our middle son is gluten-intolerant, and we’re always looking for recipes that our whole family can enjoy together. This is one that our kids ask for on a regular basis.”
    Make turkey tacos »

Article Posted 7 years Ago

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