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    For beginners, those with kids or who just like to start out mild. Pico de Gallo is a great condiment to serve along side spicy dishes or any meat dish that could use a kick of cool, fresh flavor. It is also a nice way to feed your family fresh vegetables. Typically Texan Pico uses serranos, however for the kids I use jalapenos (just cut up an extra serrano for daddy).

    Recipe #159078

    This popular appetizer or dessert is a great kid-friendly way to serve a range of fruits and veggies. For a truly kid-friendly treat serve this in individual plastic margarita glasses. It is more accessible to kids than a large serving bowl and no double dipping worries! You can also tuck a small container into a lunch box. The trick to this salsa is finely chopping all of the ingredients to get a nice even mixture. Add your favorite fruits or vegetables, finely chopped, and serve either with the sweet cinnamon crisps or whole grain crackers of your choice. Start the prep earlier in the day so the mixture can chill and flavors blend.

    Recipe #158806

    Kid and adult friendly low fat macaroni and cheese.

    Recipe #158674

    Icky, spooky kids' snack.

    Recipe #158266

    For anyone who has ever been out of crescent dough during an emergency....

    Recipe #158206

    Dip strawberries in a yummy cream cheese dip then roll in colored sugar to make a sparkly rainbow of strawberry gems!

    Recipe #158163

    Too cute to pass up. Good for them too!

    Recipe #158158

    Recipe #158155

    For dipping veggies in. Try broccoli florets, sugar snap peas, carrots or anything else your kids will eat.

    Recipe #158152

    A mild flavored, kid-friendly dip. Serve this warm with veggies to dip, or cooked chicken on skewers or bites speared with toothpicks.

    Recipe #158151

    One of my husband's favorite things to cook is smoked salmon. This is our favorite, it is a very moist smoked salmon. Start soaking the wood chips while the salmon brines. Plan ahead by 2 hours. My kids love this, go figure!

    Recipe #158149

    Mini corn muffins with pizza toppings are a great snack or tucked into a lunchbox. My kids love these. Can be frozen and reheated as most muffins. I have added garlic, spices, and cheese to the batter, also some fresh corn added to the batter would be nice.

    Recipe #158148

    Classic kids treat, which is not that bad for them! Keep them in the freezer or the fridge.

    Recipe #158147

    Get ready for summer by stocking the freezer with these easy and delicious ice cream bars. Substitute the nuts and toffee for sprinkles or other kid-friendly toppings as desired.

    Recipe #157484

    Use leftover chicken or pick up a rotisserie chicken on the way home. I have adjusted this recipe with the help of the reviewer.

    Recipe #157368

    For butter lovers, and those who don't like too sweet for breakfast. You can eliminate the milk if desired, it is mostly used to stretch the egg mixture.

    Recipe #157364

    This is how my Mother-in-Law taught me to make tortilla soup. It's a great use of leftovers and a very quick meal for a bunch! The serranos are VERY hot and will burn skin and eyes, so use caution.

    Recipe #156247

    FYI This works fine with no-boil lasagna noodles as well. Simply assemble as usual and then bake or freeze as desired.

    Recipe #156246

    Craft clay for the kids' handprints or homemade ornaments, etc...

    Recipe #155960

    My friend asked me to make these for a party. These didn't turn out for me, I would suggest Recipe #146371 instead.

    Recipe #155257

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