Foodie Kids

~ Peanut Butter Banana Roll-ups ~
Spread peanut butter on a whole wheat tortilla,
top with thin slices of banana, sprinkle with shaved
semi-sweet baker's chocolate (or mini chocolate chips),
roll up and serve to a very happy child.

~ Ants on a Log ~
Spread peanut butter on celery, top with raisins.

~ Ranch Dip and Dressing ~
The perfect way to get picky kids to eat their veggies.
Set a tray out for the kids to snack on while you get dinner ready.

~ 2-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream ~
No ice cream maker required.
The cheapest, easiest, all-natural ice cream ever.
Great for kids, babies, and adults everywhere.

If your kids aren't loving whole wheat pasta,
try mixing wheat and white until they get used to it.
Add more wheat and less white each time you make it until you are using all wheat.

~ The Dr. Seuss Special ~
Read "Green Eggs and Ham" first,
and your kids will love this, no questions asked.

~ Nutty Breakfast Cookies ~
Your kids will think you've gone crazy,
but the truth is these cookies are healthier than
a lot of "kids" breakfast cereals I see in the store.

~ Egg in the Hole ~
Use a biscuit cutter or drinking glass to cut a hole in a slice of sturdy bread.
Toss some butter in a pan and lay down the bread, and the circle you cut out.
Crack an egg in the hole. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes, flip, then cook for 2 more minutes.

~ Black Bean Cocoa Bars ~
Chocolate will hide just about anything.
Black beans replace the flour in this
amazing recipe for getting protein in your favorite picky eater.
(Your husband might actually eat them too!)

~ Pizza Quesadillas ~
Made with whole wheat tortillas, homemade tomato sauce, and a
sprinkle of cheese, these are a great pizza alternative that kids love.

~ Apple Pie Yogurt ~
Quick enough for a school day breakfast
and tasty enough to be after-dinner dessert.
With fruit, homemade granola, and some yogurt,
this is a wholesome dish you'll feel good about serving.
~ Mini Breakfast Pigs in Blankets ~
Make a bunch when you have time (when do moms ever have time??)
and freeze them so they are ready when you are.
Serve them with some maple syrup, and you're good to go.

~ Sneaky Muffins ~
Surprise Banana Muffins on the left and Sneaky Oatmeal Muffins on the right.
Baby food fruits and veggies make these muffins super tasty, super healthy,
and super sneaky. I have to make 2 batches every weekend because my
family can't get enough. I won't tell if you don't.

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