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Make healthier eating a family effort with these kid-friendly recipes!
Hawaiian Turkey Sloppy Joes
Lean turkey, crushed pineapple, teriyaki sauce, onion, pepper, and ketchup come together in this new twist on a classic sloppy joe that kids will love.
Glorious July 4th S’more Sundaes
Let the kids toast marshmallows, then use them to garnish hot fudge sundaes made with rocky road ice cream and in a graham cracker crust.
Corn Tortilla Dogs
Instead of being dipped in batter and fried, these corn dogs are wrapped in tortillas and mozzarella. The result is a fun and tasty treat.
Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Cones
Waffle cones dipped in chocolate and filled with fresh fruit like strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries make this a wholesome and delicious treat.
Fruit Ice Pops
These bright pops are packed with fruit like plum, nectarine, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries.
In 10 minutes, tortilla wraps, turkey breast, hummus, Cheddar cheese, carrots, and alfalfa sprouts are transformed into a lunch for kids—or adults!
This kid-friendly, fresh fruit recipe made with a watermelon base and topped with kiwis, nectarines, bananas, and blueberries is so much fun and so easy.
Prego Grilled Chicken and Parmesan on a Farmhouse Bun
Grilled chicken, pasta sauce, and mozzarella in a bun is a yummy Italian sandwich, and ready in 20 minutes, this recipe is the perfect easy weeknight meal.
Sweet ‘N’ Heat BBQ Crunch Burgers
Coleslaw and potato chips add the perfect crunch to these spicy barbecue burgers, and they’re ready in just 20 minutes!
The secret to these flavorful steak fajitas? Cutting the meat into thin strips and marinating it overnight. Don’t overcook the meat—it will be tough.
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