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    From Annabel Karmel, cordon bleu chef/author of First Meals (a baby to toddler cookbook). These yummy meatballs are easy to prepare and are deliciously moist (it's the apple). They are even pretty good on their own or served with sauces (mushroom, spaghetti/tomato). I always make a double batch and freeze half for later use. (My hubby likes the texture of beef, so when I double the recipe I use 1 lb beef, 1 lb turkey). They are slightly sweet but still savory.

    Recipe #211789

    No one will be able to guess what healthy ingredient these brownies have in them! This recipe is from Parents magazine. I've made them a few times and my kids love them. I'd like to experiment and replace the vegetable oil with applesauce and see if it still turns out good. If you liked these, try my Spinach Brownie Bites Recipe #223677!

    Recipe #203210

    10 Reviews |  By ELS

    We made these all the time when I was a kiddo because it's easy and fun for kids to make and super fast. My mom liked it because it was a good use for leftover mashed potatoes (you can also use instant potatoes). I know it sounds like a totally weird recipe, but it is fantastic!

    Recipe #199468

    13 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Spicy, Tart, and Sweet Oven Dried Apples. I like Granny Smiths but use what firm apples you prefer. I made this with candies ginger just pulse in the grinder along with the cardamom. I like the uneven amounts of spices on each slice. This way those that like it can pick the more spiced ones.

    Recipe #73792

    This is a recipe that I jotted down years ago. Not sure where it came from but sounded like something my girls would like.

    Recipe #197753

    Okay, I probably didn't make this up, but I felt like I did. I was looking for something new to make that my kids would love. It was colorful and my 3 year old called it rainbow chicken. So easy and I liked it too! The amounts and times are not exact I didn't really measure as I was going along.

    Recipe #192542

    6 Reviews |  By Luci2

    I threw this together for lunch because I was tired of making sandwiches. It was really easy to make and my kids loved it. You can substitute different toppings or cheeses with whatever you have around the house.

    Recipe #195945

    A great one for the kids.

    Recipe #177037

    I always try to make meals as "healthy" as possible for my 1 and a half year old daughter. So, for breakfasts I've played around with ideas for pancakes. I decided to be adventurous and add carrots. Your first reaction might be "gross!" But it actually tastes rather good. My daughter loves them and eats them up.

    Recipe #184314

    Great for breakfast, picnics or just a snack.

    Recipe #94624

    A DELICIOUS alternative to Hot Chocolate. A guilt free drink with almost zero fat!

    Recipe #197195

    I shouldn't even be posting this, its so simple. I "created" it for two reasons: 1) my 18 month old daughter hates drinking milk. 2) she always wants eat yogurt by herself, and it just ends up on her shirt. The recipe calls for whole milk products, because that's what toddlers should eat. For older kids and adults, low fat or fat free dairy can be used instead.

    Recipe #190523

    Santa gave Amber the "The Wiggles" cookbook for Christmas!

    Recipe #107403

    These luscious morsels are a pure taste of heaven. I make these quite often, and my 11 year old nephew requests them all the time, and he even knows they are healthy. Once again, a wonderful recipe from Joann Lund. I am posting this for my wonderful friends at WLB2006. Each serving (2 doughnuts) is only 1 Starch Exchange. I don't know the exact calories, but a starch serving is 80 calories. Family and friends won't believe these are healthy. Yes, it is 1 cup and 2 tablespoons of reduced fat Bisquick, computer wouldn't let me put in 1 Cup + 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #179740

    A different type of cookie, very nutritious for your young litle ones

    Recipe #179934


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