Say no to shaking heads and a refusal to eat with these awesome kid friendly recipes that the kids will love. Rather say hello to empty plates and full bellies. This article was published on Kidspot and you can get all the recipes there.
Chicken nuggets are a staple food for kids and this is a great way to make them yourself so you know they’re made from quality ingredients. These are so good that adults will be stealing them off the children’s plates. View the recipe here.
Apricot chicken is good old-fashioned comfort food. It is sweetened by the apricot nectar and the kids will love these familiar flavours. Click here to see the full recipe.
Chicken Satay Skewers
You can prepare these chicken satay skewers ahead of time by marinating the chicken breast pieces in satay sauce for at least 30 minutes. Whether you choose to make your own satay sauce or use a sauce out of the bottle, these skewers are delicious and really simple to prepare. Get the recipe here.
Honey Soy Chicken Noodle Stir Fry
Honey and soy sauce is a combination that all kids love – it must be something to do with the sweet-and-salty flavours! Coupled with chicken and noodles, this easy recipe will be a winner every time you make it. Click here to view the recipe.
3 Ingredient Mac ‘n Cheese
This 3 ingredient mac and cheese is so simple and surprising. It’s good old-fashioned comfort food to delight the kids and hungry grown-ups. Click here for this simple yet delicious recipe.
Easy Spaghetti Bolognese
Spaghetti Bolognese is a real family staple that makes a great midweek meal. This recipe contains tomato soup in the ingredients – it doesn’t get any easier than this! Click here for this awesome recipe.
Leftover Spaghetti Pizza
Got some leftover spaghetti? Then try this easy leftover spaghetti pizza recipe. This simple and tasty recipe is made with pantry ingredients so it’s cheap, cheerful and a sure-fire budget kid dinner winner! Take a look at the recipe here.
One Pan Chicken Alfredo
This one-pan chicken alfredo recipe has a traditional garlic and cheesy flavoured sauce that is paired with chicken and penne. Make it today and you’ll have more time to enjoy eating and less time washing up! Find the recipe here.
Ham and Pineapple Pizza Muffins
Pizzas made on muffins are a lifesaver for busy mums! These ham and pineapple pizza muffins are delicious and can even be popped cold into lunch boxes. Find out how to make them here.
Hidden Veggie Pizza
This mild mannered margarita pizza is packed with nutritious veggies and finished off with creamy mozzarella: what the kids don’t know won’t hurt them. Get the full recipe here.
Mini Lamb Burgers
These mini lamb burgers are perfect party food to feed the crowd. They are moist and flavoursome, poked into a teeny tiny bun with some great accompaniments. Serve them at your kids’ parties or grown-up cocktail parties. Check out the recipe here.
This taco recipe may seem more difficult than the simple boxed taco kits, but the taste is so much better and cuts down on all the preservatives in those little packets. And the kids just love taco night! Click here for the full recipe.
These chicken meatballs are really popular with kids and adults alike. Serve them on skewers, rolled in flat bread, pop them into lunch boxes or just eat them straight from the pan. Find the recipe here.
Healthy Shepherd’s Pie
This healthy shepherd’s pie recipe doesn’t sacrifice taste for calories. It gives you a balance of carbs, lean meat and vegetables all in the one dish plus it’s yummy to boot! Click here for the recipe.
Crispy Chicken Dippers
Skip the tuck shop and fill the kids’ lunch boxes with these delicious chicken dippers. Add a tangy sweet chilli dipping sauce and some salad for a really tasty lunch. Find the recipe here.
We hope your kids enjoy these awesome recipes. Do you have any great kid friendly recipes to share that your kids absolutely love? Please share them with us.