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Kid-friendly meals are hard to come by, especially if you have picky eaters. On top of trying to make meals kid-friendly, as parents, we try to make them as healthy as possible too and that can get overwhelming quick. If you don’t want to spend all your time in the kitchen, consider trying a kid-friendly meal plan to keep yourself on track. This Fun and Kid-Friendly Meal Plan features all kinds of delicious options for kids (even picky toddlers!) and also uses leftovers to lighten the load up for us parents!
Fun and Kid-Friendly Meal Plan
One of the hardest parts about following a kid-friendly meal plan is getting any type of nutrition into the food. Kids can be pretty picky when it comes to vegetables, so sometimes it’s better to sneak them in! At the end of the day, being healthy is important and so is finding the food your kids will eat. You have to find a happy medium so it might take a little trial and error! The most important part is making sure that your kids are happy and fed and this kid-friendly meal plan aims to help you do that!
For more kid-friendly recipes, there are tons of resources on Amazon and Pinterest to help you add more recipes into your kid-friendly recipe rotation. Consider buying a kid approved cookbook like this Taste of Home Kid-Approved Cookbook or The Best Homemade Kids Lunches on the Planet if you want to expand your recipe knowledge.
If your biggest struggle is getting your kids to eat vegetables, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the use of vegetables in this kid-friendly meal plan. Ranging from baked spaghetti with hidden veggies to chicken broccoli cheddar mac, you’ll find tons of ways to incorporate some healthy ingredients in each meal!
Feel free to print, bookmark, or pin this kid-friendly meal plan on Pinterest for easy access! As you can see, many of the recipes are notated on the meal plan and that means you can find them all linked below. Save this somewhere easily accessible so you can find all the recipes quickly!
Chicken and Apple Balls with BBQ Dip
Baked Spaghetti with Hidden Veggies
Fish On A Stick
Baked Sloppy Joe Cups
Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Mac
Skinny Cheeseburger Casserole
Pumpkin Ricotta Stuffed Shells
As some of you may also know my daughter is highly allergic to peanuts, so all of the recipes are peanut free!
Also, check out my 5 Easy Ways to Get Your Preschooler to Eat More Veggies and 50 Easy Prep Kids Snack Ideas or my Family Friendly Pinterest Board!
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How do you get your picky eaters to eat? Do you follow a kid-friendly meal plan? Let me know in the comments below!