Cooking Method: Non-Vegetarian
Recipes containing animal products, such as poultry or beef.
The most delicious meatballs you will ever have--period. My twins are at a picky age right now, they refuse most everything I make them. I was ecstatic when my son ate 4 of these, and my daughter had 3. The only problem was my husband kept wanting to eat them, and I had to keep reminding him we were saving them for the kiddos!
My toddler lived off some variation of this for about a year of his life. This is great for all kids and a nice way to get some veggies in. I found it worked great for him because he had issues with textures. We often made a vegetable soup and boiled pasta at the beginning of the week and would have it on hand to make this meal in a bind all week. Also could serve the soup alone, and it was also a good adult meal.
This thin, flaky crust pizza is soo good and easy to make you won't even want to go back to regular pizza! Our gluten free toddler can finally enjoy pizza, and even the adults will love it too. Although you can include any toppings, the pizza in this picture is topped with spinach and turkey pepperoni.
I am a pumpkin fanatic. I love any recipe that includes it, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin enchiladas, pumpkin pie, you name it. So when I first started making risotto for the kids, I naturally thought I have to make them a pumpkin version. I scoured the web for a recipe, but all of them included either too many ingredients, or fresh chopped pumpkin--which can take too much time for a busy mom's schedule. So this recipe is a simplified and kid-friendly version of pumpkin risotto.