Sliders are very popular right now and this version made with ground turkey and baked rather than fried is not only good, but good for you. My kids ate these like there was no tomorrow and even the pickiest of them finished his plate without a complaint. Served with baked Parmesan fries this was the perfect 'fast food' meal and the cost per slider is about 45 cents -- that's good, too.
This updated picnic potato salad gets subtle flavor from
smoked ham. If you can find them, small, thin-skinned early
potatoes are best in this salad.
Heres a salad version of Americas favorite
sandwich. We use shredded tomato as a base for the creamy
tomato-and-chive dressingadding great tang and flavor along
with extra vitamin C.
This banana muffin recipe is moist and flavorful, crisp-edged but tender, and with just the right balance of banana flavor and a wholesome graininess.Try this great variation on a classic recipe.
Fruit rolls are a healthy snack and a big favorite with kids. These rolls are 100% fruit with no sugar and cheaper than store-bought. Try this simple, affordable recipe.
This All-American bento with deviled eggs is super fast and a real favorite with my kids. Get more Bento recipes from Short Order Mom here.
This is one of those straightforward, inexpensive, one-pan meals that everybody loves and anybody can throw together. Use what you have in your fridge: ground turkey, if that's what you like, canned beans you have in the pantry, and feel free to skip the corn if you haven't got any. It makes a mildly spicy meal that is pleasantly smoky and tangy but not overly complicated.
These quick & easy sloppy joes get added deliciousness from their smoky flavor, and are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. Try Catherine Newman's tasty recipe today.
Here's another great way to use one of those rotisserie chickens sold at the deli in your favorite grocery. Lettuce wraps are like egg rolls without all the extra fat and calories. Kids love that they get to eat the wraps with their hands.