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Top Rated Kid Friendly Recipes

Raw beef short ribs
Try these decadent and flavorful short ribs that are inspired by writer Caroline Fitzgibbons’ favorite childhood dish.
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Tomato Sauce
When the weather is constantly miserable during the winters in New York, I am all about being cozy and versatile in my cooking and eating. Over the weekend, I made a delicious and uber-easy tomato sauce that is the perfect dish for keeping all my kitchen constituents happy: the kids always want a yummy pasta, check; my husband wants something healthy and different, check; and, I usually want to watch my waistline, but don’t always want not make two (or even three!) completely different meals, check and check!  I made this sauce in less than 30 minutes, the kids loved it on top of pasta, and I quickly broiled some filet of sole and topped it with the sauce for the adults.  Easy as pie for me and delicious for all!  Love that!  Note: This ages very well, so make in advance or get two meals out of it!  It’s delish on chicken cutlets as well!
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Kid-Friendly Margarita
While your little ones cannot enjoy a tequila-infused margarita, they can feel included with their own kid-friendly version. Have them hold the blender lid down and watch their faces light up as the blender whirs fresh lime juice, tart raspberries and ice together for a tasty drink of their own!
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Why have an ordinary brunch when you can have an extraordinary brunch? While you’re on your patio soaking in the sun and eating your waffles, the perfect drink to have by your side is a strawberry mimosa made with DAVIDsTEA.
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redheadwonder
This recipe is simple and kid-friendly. They are delicious........
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Go Gators
Kid friendly recipe from Womans Day magazine. The mix of spices and almond butter makes this rich and mildly spicy.
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Tish
Sara Moulton's kid friendly chef salad is really a charming way to get your child involved and possibly ready to eat a salad.
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Recipe Circus
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Sara 76
My kids love eggnog, and I came up with this altered version for them last year.
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ben@kaboose.com (Kaboose)
For all its flavor, Mexican food can be messy. But these bean burritos are perfect for little hands. We've simply stuffed flour tortillas with all the fixings and folded them into quarters, so there's no fuss, no muss.
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Queenofcamping
This is the only way that I can get my kids to eat Salmon. They beg for seconds and thirds(and sometimes fourths). Preparation time does not include marinating time. It is also very easy to make. Go easy on me, this is my first recipe to post on here.
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Maggielee4
I raised one of the pickiest eaters in America, and I couldn't believe she liked this dish! It's wonderfully simple and cheesy, made plain for children or jazzed up for adults. I actually made it the first time, with leftover turkey, and took out the fancy ingredients the original recipe. (to help it pass the kid test!) These days I almost always make it with chicken, with Italian bread and salad on the side.
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