Kid-friendly food used to mean homemade vegetable soup and cake—these days parents have fast food and vending machines to compete with. It can be tough to get kids to eat a balanced diet; our kid-friendly recipes make it easy.
A sweet-and-salty mix that’s sure to please even the most voracious of snackers on Halloween.
Creepy Candy Bark for Halloween
Halloween is all about the candy. Get a double dose with this super-festive Halloween bark recipe.
Corn, Tomato and Mozzarella Pizza
Fresh corn and ripe tomatoes make for a vibrant flatbread pizza, perfect for late summer gatherings.
Brie and Peaches Pizza
Brie and fresh peaches form the ultimate sweet and savory flatbread combo. Add a balsamic drizzle for a special-occasion touch.
Ham, Spinach and Cheddar Pizza
Ham, cheddar and spinach mingle atop store-bought flatbread for a super quick and easy appetizer—or main dish for two!
Zucchini, Green Onion and Gruyère Pizza
Store-bought flatbread topped with fresh ingredients makes for a fantastic weeknight meal in a hurry.
Spicy Buffalo Pretzels
These perfectly spiced pretzels make for an irresistibly crunchy game-day snack.
Easy Chicken and Waffle Bites
Kids will love this quick and easy take on a classic southern favorite.
Thin Mint Milkshake
A milkshake made with hot fudge, thin mint cookies and vanilla ice cream—it’s basically a girl scout cookie in a glass.
Breakfast Tacos with Black Bean Spread
Fried eggs, homemade black bean puree and fresh avocado slices make these breakfast tacos shine.
Homemade Chicken Nuggets
Homemade chicken nuggets are a healthier, better-tasting alternative to the frozen, kid-friendly staple.
Apple Pie Energy Bars
Dates, walnuts, and dried apples form a bar that is both a sweet and healthy snack.
Molasses-Ginger Waffles with Roasted Pears
These spiced waffles topped with roasted pears and pomegranate seeds are ideal for a cozy Saturday morning.