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"Picky" isn't always synonymous with "difficult."
If the cilantro is going to be a ~thing~ you can just leave it off. Recipe here.
Everybody wins here. Recipe here.
Maybe think twice about the arugula. Recipe here.
Eating spaghetti with jarred tomato sauce EVERY. NIGHT. will get old. Change it up, just a little bit. Recipe here.
Store-bought pie crust saves the day in this semi-homemade classic. Recipe here.
This is the grilled cheese that all kids will eat and all parents deserve. Recipe here.
Perfect for when it's the less kitchen-savvy parent's turn to feed the kids, you know? Also, note that the toppings can be ANYTHING YOU WANT. Recipe here.
Even kids that hate tomatoes will eat them when they're pureed and mixed with pasta and some cheese. Recipe here.
Always. Recipe here.
Change up the vegetables and the meat based on your family's personal favorites. Recipe here.
Egg haters are much more likely to broaden their horizons when there's pasta cooked in there. Out of curiousity, if nothing else. Recipe here.
The ultimate pasta casserole really isn't very hard to make. Recipe here
Obviously, the guac is optional. Recipe here.
Even kids who don't like fish (so, most kids) will eat fried fish. Recipe here.
Burgers are great vessels for hiding green vegetables. Recipe here.
Start with storebought pizza dough, then have the kids help you assemble and roll the strombolis. Recipe here.
Fun to eat, and deceptively healthy. Recipe here.
If you're being honest with yourself, you're even more excited about these than your kids are. Recipe here.
A 4-ingredient, surefire way to get kids to eat broccoli. Recipe here.
Salad can be a tough sell. Chips and cheese make it easier. Recipe here.
What's not to love? Recipe here.
I know lettuce wraps seem a little bit... adult. Just play up the finger food factor and you'll be A-OK. Recipe here.
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