Are you suffering from the dinner time blues?
Then you’ve come to the right place.
I know meal times can be frustrating & there’s a lot of info out there about eat this & don’t eat that but the real problem you’re tackling is just getting your kiddos to eat anything, right?!
This page is for you! The following recipes are kiddo approved, mom tested & sure to make your dinnertime a happier place (not quite like the ‘happiest place on earth’ but, ya know what I mean)!
Are you looking for a make ahead dinner where you have the option to prep in the morning & then stick it in the oven when you get home in the evening? Check out my Stuffed Peppers with Ground Turkey.
Want a popular soup that is a winner from husbands to toddlers? You need my Sausage & Kale Soup. One reader told me her kiddo’s pretended the soup was a pond & they were eating frogs, lily pads & fish. Hey, whatever works, right.
And for all your crock pot lovers out there, I’ve got an Easy Chicken Soup for the Crock Pot recipe that’s so yummy, my kiddos will eat it for breakfast.
Who needs a recipe? Not you! This Quick & Easy Baked Chicken & Veggies is so simple and versatile, you can fix it up with any veggies you happen to have on hand!
Maybe you’re just looking for some new & interesting ways to make your veggies.
Let your kiddos play with knives…
Ya know, as you do. But seriously, I think getting your kiddos in the kitchen with you is the best weapon in your arsenal of healthy eating (& we are fighting a war here, moms)! Teaching your kids where their food comes from, teaching them that healthy meals do, in fact, take some time to prep, cook & enjoy is all part of revolutionizing your kitchen to the healthy eating machine you want it to be! Let your kiddos be part of the creating & hey, maybe one day, they can just take care of all the cooking for you!
Ready to get started on some knife lessons for kids? Check out 7 Tips for Teaching Your Kids How to Use a Knife.
Looking for how to get started introducing your kiddos to the kitchen? See 7 Tips to Get Cooking with Your Kids.
Take each day as it comes & remember, healthy family meals aren’t just about food, they’re also about the love you share with your family so leave the stress behind & just feel good about the food you’re giving your family today.