Top Ten cookingforkids Articles

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1. Frozen Banana 'Ice Dream' Bowl recipe
Cool yourself down with this delicious just-like-ice cream recipe! Frozen bananas are the base of this ice cream dream treat. Easy to make, yet so much healthier than full-fat dairy ice cream. Make a batch and freeze some for later!

2. Cleaned-up Chocolate Chip Muffins recipe
Who doesn't love muffins? Especially chocolate chip muffins! Here is a simple and healthy alternative recipe to bake for your kids. They will love these muffins and ask for them again and again! Make large batches and freeze them for up to 2 months. You won't believe they are healthy!

3. Apple Cinnamon Cream of Wheat recipe
When your kids are tired of cereal and milk for breakfast, try one of these delicious & healthy hot cereal breakfast recipes for a nice change of pace.

4. Summer Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps
Planning a fun summer meal with your kids doesn't have to be overwhelming on you or your budget. Simple salad wraps served with fruit and veggie kabobs are all of the ingredients you need!

5. Healthy Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
Here's a recipe that is sure to be a huge hit in your home, but without the guilt of sugar, fake sweeteners, or extra calories! If you love pumpkin, you'll love this! It doesn't need to be Fall to enjoy the taste of pumpkin pie! Share it with a friend!

6. Healthy Breakfast Fruit Pizzas recipe
This recipe will become your new morning friend! Your kids just might not even realize they are eating healthy with this protein and fruit-rich breakfast!

7. Sp'arghetti & Cannon Balls Recipe
A healthy spaghetti and meatball recipe for your little Pirates! This is a fantastic way to get them to eat their veggies and bring a little fun into dinner!

8. Healthier Mac & Cheese recipe
A great tasting & healthy macaroni and cheese recipe re-make, from my kitchen to yours. My granddaughters love this dish. I always serve it with a garden salad which the girls have helped me prep with fresh garden tomatoes, spinach, & cucumbers. Delicious & nutritious way to warm your kids tummies!

9. Healthy Sloppy Joes recipe
A new, healthy version of an old favorite! When choosing your ingredients for this recipe, make sure that you purchase low sodium, no sugar added, and nitrate/nitrite free products.

10. Chicken with Cilantro Lime Quinoa recipe
Quinoa is one of the latest discoveries in eating healthy. It is a great source of protein and can be enjoyed hot or cold. In this recipe, quinoa takes the place of rice or pasta as a side dish. We love to add veggies to our quinoa, and cook it in low sodium chicken broth for added flavor.



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