8 Recipes To Bring Them To The Table
Nothing helps kids spill secrets like comfort food. Scoop up a serving of this hearty dish and ask how today was. Then really listen.
Blackened Tilapia Baja Tacos
Taco night always makes everyone happy. Don't like tomatoes? Skip them! Love avocado? Pile it on! You can all have it exactly the way you like it while still sharing an amazing meal together.
Diner Meat Loaf 'Muffins'
Making the same recipes year after year lets your kids say fantastic things like, "When I was little." If only they knew! Luckily, you could make this recipe every week all year long and your family would still crave it.
Turkey Enchilada Casserole
Casseroles are ideal family food. They allow everyone to pitch in with prep, leave the house smelling amazing, and give you about 45 minutes to get life situated while they cook. Then everyone can settle in for a meal that's delicious and good for the soul.
Spicy Chicken Shawarma
Trying new recipes gives everyone in the family a chance to discover something about themselves, and each other! Like spicy? Maybe you'll love this. What's a Shawarma, anyway? Turn dinner into a conversation and eat it up.
Shay's Fall-off-the-Bone Baby Back Ribs
Ever watched yourself eat a rib? Make a rack or two and present dinner to the kids sans utensils. Offer fork-free sides like cut fruit, chips, or sweet potato fries. Lick your fingers, laugh, and repeat as needed.
King Ranch Chicken Mac and Cheese
Our most requested recipe turned into a one-skillet dish. What could possibly go wrong? Well, you could run out, but that's about the only problem we see headed your way.
Pumpkin Pie Cake
Dinner doesn't have to be all main dishes and nutrients. Sometimes it can be a quick, fresh sandwich followed by the adventure of frosting a layer cake. Bake the layers ahead of time so that you're ready for the fun part: Licking frosting off your fingers.