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A classic kid-favorite to make and to eat!
Meal planning got you down? Get a dinner idea for every day of November with these 30 super suggestions. (And yes, we've got your T-Day turkey and ideas for leftovers covered!)
With easy-to-follow instructions, this collection of recipes is specially designed for budding bakers and kid chefs. From terrific desserts and breads to delicious dinners, find a cooking project for your family.
Great ideas to keep your kids fully fueled for the day.
Let your kids make their very own pizza with this easy recipe.
Trimmed with colorful bell pepper ornaments and feta snowflakes, this spinach pizza makes a savory holiday morsel.
Few of us have the time or inclination to make real apple Danish from scratch, but here's a pizza variation that's fast and simple.
Kids love these pizza-topped skins because they end up with two of their favorite dishes: mashed potatoes one day, potato skins the next.
This one is a little more involved than the other pizzas here, but worth the effort; you might want to make it when you're doing a little family-style entertaining or preparing a special weekend meal.
Chock-full of pepperoni and cheese, this bread is rolled into a big log, baked, and then sliced into small rounds just right for dipping in marinara sauce.
A stuffed calzone is a fun alternative to pizza. Broccoli and sausage make great fillings for this bread, but you can substitute just about any other veggie or meat you like.
No matter how you slice it, pizza rules. And although parlor pies are great, once in a while it's a real treat for kids to make one from scratch.
Pizza is one food that is capable of bridging generation gaps and cultural divides. For the sake of domestic peace, bake up one of these delicious pizza pies for your family tonight!