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When 9-to-5 days keep everyone busy, these simple recipes and time-saving tips make meals easy. Kids will also learn how to cook and bake with recipes designed just for them.
Spice-Rubbed Grilled Chicken Tenders with Slaw
A pantry-friendly spice rub flavors lean, kid-approved chicken tenders that take minutes to cook on the grill. Dress up store-bought rainbow slaw for a crunchy, colorful side.
Rotini with Eggplant and Feta
Serve this vegetarian pasta warm or refrigerate and let the flavors marry for a delicious pasta salad later.
Honey-Garlic Salmon with Steamed Green Beans
Win the weeknight with a salmon dish that feels fancy but is still quick, easy, and affordable. The best part: the broiler does all the work.
Grilled Steak and Farro with Herb Sauce
Thin skirt steak grills in under 10 minutes and pairs perfectly with a mint, cilantro, and garlic sauce. Microwave a side of frozen prepared farro for a complete meal in less than 30 minutes.
Mini Tater Bite Omelets(with video)
This easy, kid-approved breakfast is also balanced, thanks to protein-packed eggs, nutritious veggies, and hearty potatoes in the form of premade tater bites.
Mini Chicken Pot Pies(with video)
Shortcuts like rotisserie chicken, frozen veggies, and frozen puff pastry make classic pot pie easy and speedy. Use your muffin tin for mini pies that are golden and crisp on all sides.
Homemade Chocolate-Oatmeal Cookie Cereal
What better way to get the kids in the kitchen than with mini cookies eaten just like a bowl of cereal? They can help mix, roll, and shape the dough.
Freezer-Friendly Baked French Toast Sticks
Kids will love dunking these French toast sticks in maple syrup. Make ahead and freeze, then reheat in the microwave for an easy on-the-go breakfast.
Baked Beef Chimichangas
Ditch the deep fryer and lighten up classic chimichangas. Kids can help make these family-friendly baked burritos for an easy weeknight meal.
Stuffed Celery Sticks
This snack brings all the crunch for an afternoon pick-me-up. Sunflower seeds keep these nut-free, but you can top them with anything you like.
Chocolate and Almond Graham Crackers
Kids and grown-ups alike can make this 3-ingredient zero-guilt sweet treat.
Spinach Salad with Chickpeas
This anytime vegetarian salad is ready in just 10 minutes. A quick soak in cold water mellows the flavor of raw red onion while keeping its crunch.
Grilled Pork Skewers with Cauliflower Rice
White balsamic vinaigrette doubles as the marinade for grilled pork skewers and a dressing for quick cauliflower rice in a satisfying low-carb 4-ingredient dinner.
Grilled Pork Chops with Sweet Potato Salad
These smoky grilled pork chops pair perfectly with balsamic-tossed sweet potatoes and fresh corn.
Chickpea and Corn Cakes
Crushed croutons act as the binder for these vegetarian, protein-packed chickpea and corn cakes. Serve over fresh baby spinach and this 6-ingredient dinner is done.
Waffles with Maple Apples
A blender batter brings these fall-inspired waffles together in no time. Top off with maple-sweetened sautéed apples for a breakfast everyone will love.
Snickerdoodle Apple Scones
Crumbly, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth scones are packed with sweet apples and topped with a cinnamon-sugar sprinkle. This pastry passes as a breakfast, snack, or dessert.
Peanut Butter and Apple Snacking Cake(with video)
Enjoy this not-too-sweet cake for a mid-afternoon boost or after-dinner dessert. Substitute chocolate or butterscotch chips in place of peanut butter, if desired.
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