Some kids will eat anything and some kids (like my son) are incredibly picky. So I’ve been looking around and picked out eight kid friendly dinners that I hope all children will enjoy. You can even get your little ones in the kitchen with you to make some of them!
As parents, we all know that feeding kids can be a rewarding yet challenging endeavor. The eternal quest to find meals that not only nourish their growing bodies but also appeal to their discerning taste buds can feel like a huge challenge. Whether your child is a picky eater or a budding foodie, the key to mealtime success often lies in offering a diverse and exciting range of dishes.
Today, we embark on a journey through a handpicked selection of kid-friendly dinner options that are sure to satisfy even the most particular young eaters. From classic comfort foods to creative and nutritious twists on familiar favorites, our list is designed to inspire and simplify your family’s dinner choices. Say goodbye to mealtime battles and hello to delightful, stress-free dining experiences that both you and your children will cherish. Join us as we explore delicious recipes and strategies that make dinner a delightful adventure for the entire family!
Sloppy Joes From Six Sisters Stuff. How many of us loved sloppy joes as a kid? This recipe is given a face lift and uses chicken instead of ground beef!
Mini Corn Dogs From Mom On Time Out. These cute corn dogs are small, making them perfect for little hands. They’re also homemade so you know they’ll taste much better than the frozen ones! Give your kids lots of dipping sauces and veggies on the side!
Mac And Cheese from The Cozy Cook. Most kids like Mac and cheese, and it is easy to make. This recipe is creamy and delicious!
Garden Omelete From Ask Georgie. Omelets are great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, plus you can hide tons of delicious vegetables inside. This is a recipe for a garden omelet but you can make yours exactly to your child’s likings!
Pesto Mozzarella Grilled Cheese From Life Ambrosia. Grilled cheese sandwiches are easy, cheap to make and taste delicious! They require very few ingredients and you can add lettuce, tomatoes, or any other veggies your kids will tolerate!
Chicken Pot Pies From Lemons For Lulu. Not only will kids love eating this recipe, but they will love helping you make it!
Salad On A Stick From Barefeet In The Kitchen. How clever is this idea to get your kids to eat their salads? Simply stack them on a stick and they become a dinner the kids won’t be able to get enough of!
We hope you liked these kid friendly dinners recipes.