Fall Recipes for Kids

All the kids are back to school. Moms everywhere are looking for fun and different things to add to the kiddo’s lunch boxes. FamilyCorner has added quite a few fun goodies from their resident kid’s recipe expert, Tami Rose. Here’s links to a bunch of yummy goodies your kids are sure to love!

Sandwich Kabobs (pictured at right) – Kids will love finding these kabobs in their lunchboxes. They are the perfect size for little hands, making a lot less mess to clean up afterwards. Made from all of their favorite sandwich ingredients, moms can rest assured that their kids are eating healthy and not trading with their friends for something else!

Breakfast Pizza – Get the kids to the table in no time in the morning… tell them you’re making pizza for breakfast. Within 30 minutes you’ll be serving a warm, delicious breakfast that the whole family will enjoy.

Bite Size Zucchini Muffins – Serve these muffins as a quick, on-the-go breakfast, a lunchbox treat or an after school snack. There’s so much flavor packed into these little snacks that your kids won’t even know that they are eating something with a vegetable in them!

4 Favorite Kid Friendly Trail Mixes – I haven’t met a kid that wouldn’t gladly eat some dried fruit and nuts when it was mixed in among some of his/her other favorite snack foods. These trail mixes are easy to bag into single servings for lunches, after school snacks, or even for traveling.

30 Healthier Snack Ideas for Kids – It’s time for the kids to head back to school. When they come home each afternoon have healthier snacks waiting so that they don’t grab for potato chips or cookies. Our members shared their ideas for fun and tasty snacks that are much better than the prepackaged ones that are so easy to grab. A little forethought will get them eating better and they’ll thank you for it.

Cheesy Corn Dog Muffins – Packed into a lunchbox or eaten as an after school snack, these muffins taste just like your kids’ favorite corn dogs – without the awkward stick. They’re quick and easy to make and can be eaten hot or cold. Yummy!

Chewy Cranberry Oatmeal Raisin Cookies – The scent of oatmeal raisin cookies wafting through the house is a sure sign that fall is on its way! Greet your kids after school with a plate of warm cookies and a big glass of milk. This will surely put smiles on their faces.

There are quite a few more available here.

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  1. Wendy says

    Thanks for your comment at my blog — you have a wonderful one here, yourself! I love all your ideas and your creativity.

    I appreciated this post; healthy, yummy snacks are so important for kids. My little one is now a teenager, and I’m looking for healthy snacks for her just as much as I did when she was small. Maybe even more so!

    Thanks for all the good information.

  2. kristi says

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! I am actually in northeast Ohio. Great ideas you have and as a teacher (one who has no kids personally) I will definitely be back to see what you have! gotta luv this blogging world, but I need to sleep sometime!

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