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Parents Magazine Quick & Easy Kid-Friendly Meals: 125 Recipes Your Whole Family Will Love (Better Homes and Gardens Cooking) Paperback – April 10, 2012
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Making healthy foods kids will love is a challenge for many busy parents. In Parents Quick & Easy Kid-Friendly Meals, the editors of Parents magazine offer 125 simple, nutritious recipes for every meal of the day, as well as snacks, drinks, and treats. This book provides just what you need to make mealtime fuss-free and satisfying.
Look inside for delicious recipes including:
Tasty, healthy breakfasts: Fast Frittata, German Pancake with Berries, Peaches & Cream Smoothie
Fun, hearty lunches: All-Star Sliders, Ravioli & Meatball Soup, Greek Kabob Salad, Kiddie Cobb
Satisfying suppers: Butterfly Shrimp Skewers, Pecan-Crusted Fish Sticks, Nutty Noodles, Taco Casserole
Nutritious snacks: Fun Focaccia, Mini Nacho Cups, Pear-Bear Muffins, Cheese Fondue
Sweet treats: Peanut-Butter Cookies, Monkey Business Cupcakes, Warm Fruit & Cake Cups, Pixie Cakes
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Top Customer Reviews
The cookbook has lots of color photographs to inspire any cook, and offers recipes for breakfast, lunch, supper (including side dishes), snacks and drinks, and treats/desserts. I liked the suggestion that most kids wake up hungry and aren't as likely to be fussy about what they eat so breakfast is a good meal to introduce new foods. The other thing I liked about this cookbook is that "kid-friendly" means the recipes use basic healthy ingredients that can be found at any grocery store and very few processed foods, which makes it adult-friendly as well. The emphasis is on using whole grains, lean meats, lower sodium ingredients, and fresh fruit and vegetables.
Lunch recipes geared to get out of the peanut butter and jelly, mac and cheese rut include a great Kiddie Cob Salad featuring diced turkey, cheese, chick peas, grapes, avocado, and red leaf lettuce that can be enjoyed as finger food. Other recipes encourage ways to include vegetables and fruit in a dish such as Butternut Squash Casserole that is a version of macaroni and cheese with a healthy twist, and Pumpkin Penne that has canned pumpkin added to the pasta. Some of the salads include the addition of fruit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thanks, I can use these recipes at home and with my students at school:) Thanks for a good book of recipes.Published on May 22, 2013 by Mary
This is the worst recipe book I have ever read/purchased. I am so upset. Just about every recipe is more like cheap gourmet recipes, not easy at all. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Bonnie J Peterson
The recipes are delicious, easy to make, relatively quick to make, and healthy. I am looking forward to making meals for my twin infants from this cookbook as they get older.Published on August 3, 2012 by RW