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Quick n’ Easy King’s Hawaiian Back-To-School Recipes

Arm yourself with an arsenal of easy back-to-school recipes to serve your family

It’s hard to believe it’s almost time for the kids to go back to school. Lazy summer days will soon be replaced by routines. Good-bye jumping in lakes and chasing fireflies—serious studies are upon us again. The normal fast pace of life resumes.

Click here for the Quick n’ Easy King’s Hawaiian Back-To-School slideshow.

Shuttling kids from soccer to band to football to gymnastics can be exhausting. Who has time to cook? That’s when you need to arm yourself with an arsenal of quick and easy back-to-school recipes to get everyone fed fast—so you can be on your way in no time to the next activity.

Quick and easy doesn’t have to mean short on flavor, though! Just look at these Bacon Club Baked Sliders from Mrs. Happy Homemaker! That bacon-onion-cheese topping is so addictive, it could be eaten on its own without the sliders! And in about a half an hour, your whole family will have a hot and tasty dinner—totally manageable on a weeknight.

Or what about this Inside Out Grilled Cheese from The Country Cook? Mayonnaise gives them a nice little kick that you wouldn’t expect—and you save time by making them in batches. Sweet simplicity that will please everyone at the table.

Just because the kids are back in school doesn’t mean it’s time to put the grill away. In fact, we grill year-round here, even when there’s snow on the ground. And it’s worth trudging through the snow for Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Hot Dogs with Pineapple Salsa from Damn Delicious! It doesn’t get much fresher than this!

Dinner isn’t the only hectic time of day once school begins. Getting a healthy breakfast into the kids before they rush off to the bus can be quite the feat! That’s when you reach for Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups from Wonky Wonderful! You can pop them in the oven before you take a shower and they’ll be ready to eat by the time you’re done getting ready.

Check out the Slideshow for more ideas on how to get an A+ from your family for all the great new ways you’re filling their bellies while shuttling them around this school year!

Kalua Pork Sliders with Spicy Pineapple Relish

Aly Cleary, Cooking in Stilettos

Slow cooker meals are essential during the school year. By tossing the pork roast in the slow cooker in the morning for Kalua Pork Sliders with Spicy Pineapple Relish, you’ll free yourself up for a quick dinner before soccer practice in the evening! {photo and recipe by Aly Cleary, Cooking in Stilettos}

Best Poppy Seed Party Ham Biscuits

Jenni Field, Pastry Chef Online

Have a crowd of hungry kids on their way to your house? Feed the whole team with Best Poppy Seed Party Ham Biscuits from Pastry Chef Online! You can also prep these ahead and freeze them so they’re ready to go when you are! {photo by Jenni Field, Pastry Chef Online}

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