Great ideas to keep your kids fully fueled for the day.
A quick and delicious variation on an old favorite.
Basil and mozzarella lend an Italian flair to this grilled cheese sandwich.
These savory turnovers are easy for kids to assemble and even easier for them to eat.
This cheesesteak is pretty true to the Philadelphia-born original. But we've made a few modifications, including adding peppers and using Provolone cheese rather than the more traditional Cheez Whiz.
Pulled pork or brisket that's close to barbecue-joint good.
How do you turn a sandwich into a fun snack? Make it a stick-wich!
A turkey-lover's alternative to a classic kids' meal, sloppy Joes.
These quick, flavorful roll-ups bring Mexican flair to on-the-go meals.
Make your kids' lunch too cool to trade with this fun sandwich.
Traditional Greek gyros (pronounced YEER-ohs) are made from minced lamb or beef that has been molded into a 20-pound cone and roasted on a spit. The meat is sliced, then wrapped in a pita with onions, tomatoes, and tzatziki, a cucumber sauce. Because roas
These odd-looking but tasty treats are an ingenious combination of two toddler favorites: hot dogs and spaghetti.
Versatile and delicious, this grill-top recipe created by food writer Judith Fertig is about as easy as they come.
This sunny pasta salad is a hit with kids and parents alike. Other fresh herbs, such as chopped dill or oregano, may be substituted for the tarragon.
Here's a treat hungry students are sure to dig: baby carrots planted in tasty dip.
Maybe you can't get away on a tropical vacation just now, but this juicy chicken sandwich, topped with a slice of pineapple, will make you feel as if you have. Once you make the sauce -- which can be done hours or even a day ahead -- this is a breeze to p
Oven-fried fish & chips is a quick, no mess way to get a great family meal on the table in minutes.
Chef Andrew Zimmern shares an adventurous recipe for Korean Fried Chicken Fingers that your kids will love!
Kids will be happy as clams to dine on Sandy Shells and Pearls.
"French fries are my favorite food," says the Food Network's Ellie Krieger. Here's how she gets that crisp, oil-fried taste without all the oil.
Cheese, pepperoni, olives, and other classic pizza toppings make this flavorful salad a sure hit.
A quick-to-mix peanut butter dressing makes the perfect complement to this whimsical combination of greens, bananas, and berries.
You and your kids will love making and eating these ravioli; because it's so easy to make, fresh pasta is a great family cooking project, and it has a wonderfully delicate texture you just can't find in store-bought varieties.
These delicious calzones are just like a folded over pizza. You have the delicious crust all the way around, and in the center is the delectable cheese, sauce, and other fillings of your choice.
Simple and fun to make, these fish sticks are bound to become one of your family's favorite quick dinners. We used fillet of sole, but grouper and cod also work well.
These rabble-rousers are a blast to make and eat!
Bring the incredible, edible alphabet to life for your little learner with these ABC-inspired foods that the two of you can talk -- or sing -- about before he gobbles them down.
Perfect for PB&J or French toast, this simple loaf is both soft and sturdy.
Think of this dish as southern barbecue with an Asian twist. The pork is slow-cooked in a blend of hoisin and soy sauces and can be made a day or two before your gathering.
For a kid-friendly lunch with a protein punch, try this lighter version of the midday classic.
Instead of being deep-fried, these flaky, golden fish filets are coated with crackers and panfried in a small amount of canola oil.
Get your kids to eat their veggies with this tasty sandwich.
Kids' First Mac and Cheese
Grilled Cheese Margherita
Ham and Cheese Empanadas
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich
Pork (or Beef) on a Bun
Sandwich on a Stick
Grilled Packet Potatoes
Pasta Salad with Fresh Herbs
Hawaiian Chicken Sandwich
Oven-Fried Fish & Chips
Korean Fried Chicken Fingers
Sandy Shells and Pearls
Ellie's Oven Fries
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Berry Salad
Say Cheese! Ravioli
Read It and Eat
Asian Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Tuna Fish Sandwich
Silly Face Sandwich