Include at least one of these kid-friendly recipes on your holiday menu and be assured that the children will eat more than
just a roll and a plain piece of turkey.
Best Table in the House
Make the "kids' table" the place to be this holiday season with delicious kid-friendly main dishes, desserts, and more. You may just find yourself pulling up a (tiny) chair to join the fun.
Broccoli, Cheese, and Rice Casserole
Although children typically turn their noses up when it comes to casseroles, this is one they may actually like. It has familiar
ingredients such as plain rice, Velveeta cheese, milk, and butter, all of which might help disguise the fact that they're
eating a green vegetable.
Mashed potatoes are a must-have on many holiday tables, so why not keep them plain and simple so the kids will enjoy them
as much as the adults? It's hard to beat creamy potatoes with nothing added other than butter, milk, salt and pepper.
The natural sweetness of sugar snap peas makes them quite appealing to children. With simple flavorings of butter, lemon juice,
salt, and pepper, this simple recipe is a great side dish to serve to kids who claim they don't like green veggies.
To keep the kids happy, it's a good idea to have at least one vegetable on the table that's not in casserole form. These simple
green beans get their flavor from a bit of lemon juice and the crumbled bacon that's sprinkled on top.
When it comes to kids and desserts, the fancy stuff just won't do, so go back to basics with a pie that features peanut butter,
a graham cracker crust, and chocolate sundae syrup. It's likely that the adults will want to have a bite or two as well.
These classic Christmas no-bake cookies are sure to be gobbled up quick at the children's table. Plus, since no cooking or
knives are involved, kids can make these themselves with little oversight on your part.