That’s where these quick recipes come in. As a registered dietitian and mother of two, I know how important it is for your kids to eat well. Not only do these dishes take the guesswork out of what to make for dinner, but they’re so simple you’ll probably have them memorized after the first try.
Buy back a little time this week and throw together one of these delicious, healthy recipes.
Baked Taco Cups1 of 8
Taco night just got a new twist! This kid-friendly crispy taco recipe will soon be a favorite in your house, and it comes together in a matter of minutes.
Sloppy Joe Casserole2 of 8
Remember sloppy joes from the good ol' days? It's time to bring them back with a few healthy tweaks. Hint: pita bread.
Healthy Kids Mac and Cheese3 of 8
Are your kids craving comfort food? Put down the boxed mac and cheese and go with this equally easy homemade version that uses just one pot and sneaks in veggies.
Mexican Chicken Casserole4 of 8
Mix these simple ingredients together (we're talking jarred-salsa-simple), throw it all in the oven and let it cook while you cross off a few other to-dos.
Beet Green Pesto Pasta5 of 8
This nutrient-packed pasta recipe features an on-trend ingredient you may not have used before. Get ready to discover a new favorite!
Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup6 of 8
It's hard to beat a slow cooker on a busy night. Take five minutes to throw in healthy ingredients like beans, veggies and quinoa, and dinner is officially ready—plus leftovers!
Crustless Chicken Pot Pie7 of 8
Your family will fall in love with this tasty, satisfying meal, and with only seven ingredients, you will, too!