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  • easy chicken alfredo with linguine
    25 min
    Homemade alfredo on a weeknight? Yes! You can have this super kid-friendly Chicken Alfredo on the table in 25 minutes. Rotisserie chicken makes it a snap, or you could use leftover chicken.
  • Sheet Pan Pizza with Pepperoni
    45 min
    This sheet pan Meat Lovers' Pizza is easy to prep - just press it into the pan, add your cheese, ham, sausage, and pepperoni, and then stick it in the oven. Delicious pizza will soon be yours!
  • Best Add-Ins for Mac and Cheese
    Macaroni and cheese is the ultimate blank slate and delicious as is. Sometimes, though, you want to gussy it up a bit. Mac and cheese is happy to oblige.
  • Pork Rice Bowl Recipe herbs in center of bowl with pork and carrots on side
    35 min
    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy
    This Ginger Pork Rice Bowl is just so good! You can't go wrong with savory, garlicky pork mixed with rice and loads of crunchy veggies. Your kids will love it, too!
  • Misha and Vicki Collins with their kids and Emma Christensen making gnocchi
    1 hr, 40 min
    Vegetarian
    How do you raise an adventurous eater? One who loves veggies and trying new foods? We've got 5 great tips from Vicki and Misha Collins and their new cookbook The Adventurous Eaters Club, plus a VIDEO of making beet gnocchi together!
  • Vegetarian pot pie on white plate.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Vegetarian
    Make a comforting bowl of savory vegetable pot pie, topped with a flaky crust. This version is loaded with tender vegetables and baked with a puff pastry lid for a hearty, individually portioned meal.
  • Corn Off the Cob Gnocchi Skillet - corn gnocchi skillet on blue plate with fork
    35 min
    Vegetarian
    It's sweet corn season! Make the most of it with this sweet and creamy Sweet Corn Gnocchi Skillet. Fast, filling, and kid-friendly—it's a win for everyone!
  • Cooked green lentils in vegan sloppy joes ingredients
    40 min
    Vegan, Vegetarian
    These Vegan Sloppy Joes are made with green lentils and a spice blend so good you’ll be licking the plate. You won't miss the meat! Great make-ahead or freezer meal, too.
  • Crispy crust and cheese on a pepperoni pizza made at home
    25 min
    This Homemade Pepperoni Pizza has everything you want—a great crust, gooey cheese, and tons of pepperoni. The secret to great pepperoni flavor? Hide extra under the cheese! Who needs delivery?
  • Horizontal view of a white bowl with rotini and kale pesto inside. Walnuts and basil are in the background.
    30 min
    Healthy
    Bright green kale and walnut pesto makes this a kid-friendly dinner into a nutritional powerhouse. Boost the protein by adding lemon pepper chicken.
  • Fish Sticks Recipe for Kids
    30 min
    Hello, homemade Panko Fish Sticks! Say goodbye to soggy fish sticks from the freezer! These fish sticks are ready for the table in about 30 minutes and are sure to please the whole family.
  • Meatloaf Bites Baked in Oven
    45 min
    Check out these BBQ Meatloaf Bites! Foods in miniature tend to go over well with kids, and our Eat Your Food! columnist Nick Evans found that to be true with these mini meatloaf bites baked in muffin tins. (We bet grown-ups will like them, too!)
  • Leftover turkey pot pie in a large casserole dish with serving spoon
    45 min
    Leftover Turkey Pot Pies are a great way to use Thanksgiving leftovers like turkey, carrots, onions, celery, even pie crust. Make them whatever size you want; we like small ramekins for mini-size portions for the kids!
  • Chicken Pineapple Kabobs Recipe
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Food on a stick is a winner for both kids and adults! Chicken and pineapple are a perfect match for the grill. Top with lemony yogurt sauce for an easy summer meal.
  • Side view of a white plate and fork with homemade vegetable lo mein. A fork is on the plate and a second plate is partially visible in the upper right hand corner.
    35 min
    Vegan, Vegetarian
    This veggie-packed lo mein is a filling, super fast, super easy noodle stir fry. It uses staple vegetables like cabbage and carrots, with bell peppers for a pop of color. Use what you have on hand — lo mein is a great mix and match meal.

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