This is a "fancy" version of that classic combination with a couple additional ingredients that add some protein and extra delicious flavor. You can serve this as a super simple main course with a green salad or use it as a side dish -- it pairs really nicely with chicken.
2. How to Make Healthy Oatmeal Bars On-The-Go
These oatmeal bars are different from the brand name bars you'll find in the stores. They are essentially oatmeal in bar form, but they are equally delicious. Just prepare a batch and keep them in the fridge for several days. All you have to do as you're heading out for the day is grab a few bars for you and your kids and you're set. For all of you "on-the-go" moms, this bar's for you.
3. Pumpkin Waffles For Kids!
Pumpkin waffles are a great way to make use of the flavors of the season. Save a few to make into sandwiches for a fun school lunch twist!
4. Homemade Chicken Soup and Rice
One of the easiest recipes to make when you are not feeling good or it is cold outside is Chicken Soup with Rice. This soup is delicious and nutritious!
5. Spaghetti Pie For Kids
A simple fast fusion of Kids favorites dishes, Spaghetti and Pie! Try this recipe that will have your kids asking for seconds!
6. Sausage Kale Pasta
Are you out of ideas to introduce healthy vegetables to your kids? Expert Food Blogger Joanne Choi has an excellent way of introducing Kale to your kids. This Italian sausage and kale pasta has a creamy and sweet taste, and kids will enjoy the small sized pasta! This Grokker Premium video is part of Expert Joanne Choi's series Easy Home Cooking for Busy Families.
7. How To Make Breakfast Quesadillas For Your Kids
Looking to really wow your kids with breakfast in the morning with simple ingredients that you've already got in the fridge? Breakfast Quesadilla's will become a everyday recipe in your repertoire after watching this video!
8. Asparagus Torta
This kid-friendly lunch item serves up protein and healthy green veggies in a pizza-like package. Asparagus can be substituted for any dark green vegetable in season. It's a fantastic way to introduce your children (or those picky adults in your life) to vegetables, and hey, it happens to be gluten-free!
9. Cooking with Kids: How to Make Fish in Parchment Paper
The name of this recipe may sound fancy, but it's actually my 1, 2, 3 super-easy, super-fast, no clean-up dinner. It's extremely healthy and fun to make because you can tailor it to you or your little ones favorite tastes and flavors.
10. How To Make Healthy Chicken Tortilla Soup For Your Kids
This Chicken Tortilla Soup is an answer to prayer! With just a little bit of effort, you'll be able to get this flavorful soup on the table for your family without spending hours in the kitchen preparing it.