What family doesn't love tacos, and what mom doesn't love a good slow cooker recipe? This recipe is the best of both, and as a bonus, calls for less expensive chicken thighs that can withstand hours of slow cooking without losing their texture.
These tasty tortillas, stuffed with cream cheese, cheddar, veggies and avocado, will win over even the most committed carnivore.
A perfectly sized lunch for little hands, but hearty enough for big appetites.
A spicy Middle Eastern chickpea fritter, falafel can be served warm or as a nutritious sandwich filler.
When you don't have a lot of time to create a snack, look to this twist on an American classic. Sweet, tender apple slices nestled into two slices of bread create a handheld version of apple pie that's quick and easy to make.
Like tacos, only neater to eat, taquitos have plenty of kid appeal and make a quick and satisfying lunch or dinner.
Turn a roasted chicken into a delicious Chicken Pesto Wrap lunch; you can even make your own homemade pesto sauce. Adding cheese lends this simple recipe extraordinary flavor.
It's fun for kids to nibble these tender meatballs straight from the skewer or slide them off and wrap them in Boston or Bibb lettuce leaves along with slivers of cucumber, shredded carrots, and sprigs of fresh cilantro or mint.
Prepared pizza pockets are a kid-favorite, but they can be pricey and filled with preservatives. This homemade version costs a whopping 35 cents a serving. Prep-time is minimal and you don't need a lot of filling to make them work. Let the games begin!
Quick-to-make tacos are hard to beat for a weeknight dinner. This easy and flavorful Mexican recipe offers a wholesome alternative to the packaged taco seasoning you find at the store.
Leftovers don't have to be boring. Pair leftover roasted chicken with a winning Italian combo of sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella for an exciting lunchtime wrap.
Chef Andrew Zimmern shares an adventurous recipe for Korean Fried Chicken Fingers that your kids will love!
These flavor-packed savory scones make a great addition to your picnic menu.
Don't be intimidated by the detailed steps, once you get the hang of making these delicious treats, your kids will be begging for them all the time.
Get a little Southwest flavor going tonight - it's as easy as finding your favorite taco ingredients, adding tuna and filling the tortillas.
Kids love them because they're a vehicle for cheese, parents love them because they also contain nutritious vegetables.
This delicious chicken tastes better the longer it marinades. Consider letting it sit over night for the best flavor.
A kid-friendly yet adventurous recipe for Indian Hand Pies with Lamb from chef Andrew Zimmern.
Slow-Cooker Chicken Tacos
California Veggie Wrap
Leftover Chicken Pesto Wraps
Vietnamese Grilled Pork Meatballs
Pepperoni Pizza Pockets
Tasty Beef Tacos
Italian Roasted Chicken Wrap
Korean Fried Chicken Fingers
Apple Hand Pies
Tuna Soft Tacos
Quintessential Veggie Quesadilla
Indian Hand Pies With Lamb
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