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    Kid approved meals for dinner?

    **Jubes**
    Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:05 pm
    Forum Host
    I thought it would be a great idea to try some more weeknight dinner recipes that are recommended by other parents as being "kid-approved" by their family icon_biggrin.gif

    Both my daughters will try pretty much anything....but my youngest daughter isn't keen on warmer spices and chilli (I do manage to slip some into our meals though icon_lol.gif )
    Chef #1532755
    Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:31 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I have three kids who have inheirited their father's "picky eater" gene. I make sure that we have at least one kid friendly night a week where the kids get to pick what is on the menu. Ham and cheese rollups made with crescent rolls are a favorite and most pasta dishes go off without a fit. Anything in a tortilla seems to be a hit too so we often go that route too. I also give out "goodie" coupons to the kids for finishing what they don't like. Basically if they finish something that they don't want to eat they get a goodie coupon which they can turn in for various goodies after dinner or they can save up for an extra special treat later in the week. If they get 5 coupons in a week then they get something big like a trip to the ice cream shop. We also found that chili goes off better when we add macaroni noodles.
    nochlo
    Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:37 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    i have 3 kids and 3 foster kids ages are 5,4,3,2,2, and 8 months.
    4 of them will eat any of the recipes i have posted. they really love the balls of chicken...
    the one that is the pickiest has autism. he doesnt eat much at all.
    so check out my recipes and the kids will eat them all.
    **Jubes**
    Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:11 am
    Forum Host
    chicken balls sound definitely like something my daughters would enjoy icon_smile.gif
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