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.
Bacon and Egg Stuffing Cups
Put leftover holiday stuffing to good use in these bacon, egg and cheese breakfast cups.
Broccoli and Cheese Stuffed Potatoes
You can’t go wrong with a broccoli/cheese combo, and these stuffed potatoes are no exception.
Artichoke and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Potatoes
Twice-baked potatoes stuffed with plenty of Swiss cheese and savory artichokes.
Chocolate-Orange Monkey Bread
A favorite on any brunch table, this pull-apart bread is studded with chocolate, almonds and orange.
Snack Attack Monster Mix
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.