3 Favorite Recipes from How to Feed a Family

Dinner,For Moms
May 6, 2014

We picked three fantastic recipes from the new How to Feed a Family cookbook to share.

How to feed a family
Maya Visnyei

Some of the world’s harshest critics vetted the recipes in Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh’s new cookbook—their kids. While wading through conflicting information on kids’ nutrition, the former fashion magazine journalists created an online forum for parents called Sweet Potato Chronicles. And they started tinkering in their own Toronto kitchens. The result of their capers is How to Feed a Family, with more than 100 recipes that are kitchen-tested, kid-approved, and with a whole new sensibility about what kids should eat and what moms will cook.

Here are three recipes from the book that we find ourselves making again and again…

Herbed Chicken Tray Bake

Herbed Chicken Tray Bake

Chicken breasts and thighs mingle in a stunning poultry and potatoes dinner.

Carrot and Fruit Smoothie Recipe

Carrot Juice and Fruit Smoothie

Healthy and simple, this smoothie blends fresh fruit with carrot juice.

Banana and Greek Yogurt Smoothie Recipe

Banana and Peanut Butter Smoothie

Quick and easy, this banana smoothie features healthy and filling ingredients.


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