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    27 Reviews |  By Poker

    Take the challenge! Any flavor potato chip will work for your own taste buds! It will work for a meal or appetizer! I love to make it with the 2 flavors listed but I will try it next with BBQ chips! I saw this on the TV & tried it twice. It is so simple & easy plus tasty. I really enjoyed this & hope you will.

    Recipe #76517

    Something besides boxed macaroni and cheese! Very easy too because you don't have to sit and stir it on the stovetop!!!

    Recipe #38035

    This is a kid pleaser-very cheesy and topped with pepperoni. It makes 2 large (9x13) casseroles or 4 small ones; I often divide it in fourths and freeze 3. This originally came from TOH's Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #111734

    This is an adopted recipe! These freeze well, great for OAMC!

    Recipe #2816

    From the American Diabetes Association. Wonderful and healthy to-go breakfast for kids and adults! Freeze well in individual portions.

    Recipe #128810

    These are delicious! And much more cost-effective than buying chicken nuggets. Nice and juicy, yet crisp on the outside, too. Yummy, yummy! For an Italian twist, omit chili powder and substitute Italian seasonings. Makes two dinner servings, or 4 lunch/appetizer servings.

    Recipe #89503

    24 Reviews |  By Kishka

    Inspired by the classic (and kid-friendly) combo of apples & turkey, I concocted these tonight for my 9 month old and liked them so much I might end up eating them myself! Perfect for older babies and toddlers (serve with a fun dipping sauce), these make cute little "fingers" in perfect take-one-out-of-the-freezer-at-a-time portions. I used half an egg (if your child is over 12 mos. you can use more - I limited the egg white for infants) and unprocessed bran (for a nutritional boost) for binding. Enjoy, babies and grown-ups alike!

    Recipe #145212

    Very good recipe, I always make multiple loaves of this because it goes over so well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #121135

    This recipe was passed to me by a friend. It is simple to make and taste wonderful. It is just as wonderful right out of the oven or as a leftover. My family all love it.

    Recipe #8524

    This recipe was passed to me by my sister.

    Recipe #8486

    Recipe #4811

    I saw Emeril prepare this on The Rosie O'Donnel Show as a kid friendly recipe. I think it is grown-up friendly too!

    Recipe #46200

    A real kid pleaser or party food. Eat with anything, snack, meal,lunch you name it!

    Recipe #26135

    To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food. Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!

    Recipe #135350

    This is my meatloaf recipe, very simple, very quick after a long day at work.

    Recipe #15578

    Looking for something to eat during the "big game?!" Here's an idea...and it doesn't have to be just for kids! Feel free to let your imagination go to vary the filling! Prep time includes chilling or freezing time...You probably would want to make these the day before serving. (also makes 1 loaf French bread)

    Recipe #52636

    If you have ever wished you knew how to make homemade frozen chicken fingers, ready to pop into the oven straight from the freezer - here is a recipe for you. Make several batches of these and store them in freezer bags - you don't need to thaw them to cook them. The amount of servings varies based on how thinly your cut your chicken strips - usually about 3-4 strips per chicken breast half, and usually 3-4 chicken breast halves come out to one pound. To make these kid friendly, you may leave out the hot sauce.

    Recipe #63217

    11 Reviews |  By Andre!

    My Grandmother made this for us some 50 years ago. I have found it to be a great kid pleaser, even the fussy ones! It is affordable and simple to make. I like it better reheated for two minutes in the microwave and it freezes well.

    Recipe #114080

    37 Reviews |  By Tish

    This recipe makes 2 casseroles. One to eat right away and 1 to freeze for future use. Of course, you can freeze both or eat both!

    Recipe #70562

    81 Reviews |  By DDW

    We have given up all other meat loaf recipes for this one. I love the individual servings and every bite has the yummy catsup sauce where in "regular" meat loaf it's just a small strip on top! With the smaller loaves it also makes the cooking time a bit quicker. This recipe came from '99 TOH magazine but I added the rubbed sage for some extra flavor. Enjoy!

    Recipe #59056

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