There’s nothing kids love more than mac and cheese, but this butternut squash mac and cheese packs some serious veggie power without turning off picky eaters.
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There’s no better way to get kids to want to eat healthy food than to make it look fun! Check out these fun toddler snacks that are healthy too!
There’s no better way to use a bunch of squash and other garden vegetables than a yummy soup. This hearty squash soup for summer is the answer to your squash overload.
I LOVE lasagna, there’s no better comfort food, but many people can’t eat tomato sauce. I wanted to create a nightshade-free vegetable lasagna using zucchini noodles that was gluten-free too.
Fresh homemade strawberry pie is so yummy. I am not a fan of jello and I don’t like pie crust, so I came up with this strawberry pie without jello in a graham cracker crust.
Tomatillo pork verde recipe
Pork roast is a versatile and delicious meat. You can cook one and make multiple meals. Try this mind-blowing crock pot tomatillo pork verde recipe.
Pork chop tacos
Pork chops are so quick and easy to cook. It’s a great idea to cook up a bunch and use them to make different things like these spicy leftover pork chop tacos.
Tuna salad recipe with egg is full of flavor and you can use what you have around the house to make it. Canned tuna is a wonderful staple to keep on hand.
I love it when I find a recipe combination that my daycare kids are crazy about. This tuna bake for kids is an easy dinner idea, can be made ahead, freezes great, and pleases a crowd.
How many times have I heard a parent or daycare provider say my toddler won’t eat anything? More times than I can count. These toddler meals for picky eaters can help!