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Question by Trisha K: New dinner recipes to try, kid friendly?
I am a gourmet cook. All my meals are very appealing to adults, because ya know, the spices, the steamed veggies, the flaming hot fish with sauces glaore, ect. ect.
My husbamd also loves it to. But unfortunantley kids arent as out going with meals as adults are. They don’t like anything I cook, and I have never made just plain spaghetti, or plain mac & cheese. It’s just not me. But thats what my 4 and 6 year old seem to want. I’ve been doing it now for a while, but it just feels weird, cooking somthing not by me, that boring and plain. I don’t want to continue to cook like this forever for my kids,because i’ve heard when kids get older they want new food, and if we have kind of a schedule of always eating plain stuff, I might not want to get home from work and then cook somthing gormet again. So what can I make thats creative and kid friendley? And for all meals:
Dessert ( occasioanlly)
Answer by Stephanie C Keep it simple, maybe if your making a “gourmet” dish for dinner with chicken, set some aside toss it in crumbs and serve them chicken tenders, etc…? Vegetables on the other hand are tricky, try hiding them, or add cheese to them!
Question by brite_one: Does anyone have any quick easy kid friendly dinner recipes..?
I have 3 little ones..ages 8, 5, and 1….I’m tired of making the same old stuff for dinner…any suggestions are appreciated..thanks… 🙂
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Question by lil middy: What are some tasty, healthy, kid friendly inexpensive meals I could make for my family?
I know kids love hot dogs and sloppy joes and they’re cheap but they aren’t very healthy. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Answer by teamkimme Easy Chicken Tetrazzini
1 lb boneless chicken breasts or a whole chicken cut up
1 lb spaghetti
1 can rotel tomatoes
1 can cream of chicken soup
In a large pot of boiling water seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic power and onion powder place (or use fresh garlic and onion minced) place chicken and cook gently til done (about 20 minutes)
Remove chicken from water and return water to a boil.
Add pasta and cook til aldente
Cool chicken and cut into bite size pieces
In a small pot put soup, cheese and Rotel and melt slowly together
Drain pasta and place in a large casserole dish and mix in chicken and cheese mixture. Bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes til bubbly and serve with some crusty bread. This freezes exceptionally well so make a double batch and freeze one without baking. When cooking later be sure to defrost before baking. Yummy!!! a family favorite.