- Posted September 9, 2013 by
Recipes For Kids Also
Mothers are preoccupied on what to make for their children, most especially for dinner and after-school snacks. It could be because their kids are finicky eaters or they do not have the time to prepare food from scratch. That’s where easy recipes for kids should come in. In order to keep up with our children’s demands for mealtime, consider preparing food that are simple and easy to make.
The first thing to remember in making easy recipes for kids is to know what your child likes. While he or she may be finicky, it is a good idea to be in the know on what clicks and then revolve your recipes and menus around it. You can then incorporate other healthy stuff through sauces, side dishes, herb seasonings, and others so that should the child prefer too much of something (i.e. chicken fingers, peanut butter, chocolate, potato chips, and more), the nutrients will be compensated.
Subtly add in vegetables, fruits, nuts, and grains into the easy recipes for kids to make up for the usual stuff they ask. For the hot wings and easy tacquitos recipes, serve it with baked fries, roasted or gratinated vegetables (cream and cheese are good for them at this age), and sautéed spinach to make them as healthy and strong as Popeye himself. In making easy recipes for kids, always consider their health while pleasing them at the same time with yummy food.
Other snacks on the site, like the bread pizza and cheese sticks are both child pleasers while at the same time delivering nutrients like calcium from the cheese, carbohydrates from the bread, and vitamin C for the tomato sauce. Best of all, they are easy to make too. The bread pizza allows you to make this kid-friendly meal using what you already have on hand—bread! You don’t have to make a dough for the crust or buy ready made when you can already use bread instead. The bread is a good base for the sauce, toppings and cheese.
For an evening or after school snack, bake some fresh batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies. Serve it with whole fresh milk. For variation, try the almond milk if your child is lactose intolerant. Your little boy or girl will enjoy this classic combination, a really easy recipe meant for children. Join them in this ritual and make mealtime a chance to nurture your children nutritionally and physically.