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Here are the top ten articles for the Cooking for Kids Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Nutty Frozen Chocolate Pie
This cold and delightful summer treat reminds me of many childhood summer evenings when I would sit out on our front porch with my neighborhood friends devouring pea-nutty Drumstick ice cream cones that only Nestle can make! Give your children a part of your childhood past & enjoy a slice with them!

2. Kid's fried lentil recipe
Lentils are not just for vegetarians. They are a fantastically nutritious food, which surprisingly most kids love. These days many people don't know what to do with lentils so here is a quick easy recipe that can be used as an accompaniment or enjoyed as a meal on their own.

3. PBJ Sushi Three Ways
Welcome to my Sushi for Kids recipes. Looking for fun ideas to get your kids to pack a lunch for school? Need portable snack ideas? Need something fun, colorful, and delicious for a party treat? Check out my super easy, super durable PBJ Sushi 3 Ways recipes!

4. Butterscotch Haystack Recipe
It wasn't a holiday at our house without my Grandmother's butterscotch haystacks. I have just as much fun making this holiday treat now as I did when I was a child!

5. Four Kid's No-dressing Coleslaw Recipes
As we head into spring it is so nice to be able to enjoy salads again. And don't we just love it when our kids eat salads. Even better the raw vegetables in salad. Here are some coleslaw ideas that don't require dressing and some interesting facts about cabbage you may not know.

6. Chicken Pasta Stir-fry
Chicken Pasta Stir-fry is a delicious and quick recipe that my step-daughter Kelly taught me how to make. It's healthy, tasty, and versatile. The small amount of pesto creates a healthy base that hold the ingredients together but does not over-power the dish. My granddaughters love this recipe!

7. Choco-Nut Chunk Cookies
A super easy, super healthy snack that your kids can help you make. They are Packed with nutrients, and your kids will never know they are clean cookies! You can have your cookie and eat it too. You'll want to make these over and over again!

8. Apple Pecan Pie Oatmeal
This hot oatmeal cereal recipe is so good, your kids will ask for it again and again!

9. Seven Day Meal Plan
Here is a seven day meal plan taking advantage of leftovers and buy one get one free sales at the grocery store.

10. 2 Dip Party Nachos
Nachos are a crowd pleasing favorite food for kids as well as adults. This is one of my favorites way to prepare them, because it's easy, budget friendly, and tasty!



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