Friday, December 31, 2010

Recipes For Kids And Kid Friendly Recipes

Enjoy with Delicious kid Friendly Recipes

Getting kids to eat healthy at a young age can set them up for a lifetime of healthy habits. It can be quite a struggle to build healthy eating kids in today's world of processed, convenience foods and busy schedules.

Provide your kids what they want to eat--yummy recipes that will have them running to the dinner table! We’ve included kid favorites like chicken fingers, tuna melts, and good old no-bake mac & cheese, but we’ve made them delicious and much healthier! We are teaching kids to eat healthy foods at a young age will help them develop healthy eating patterns for life, so we’ve included recipes with a variety of vegetables, using proteins that are naturally lower in calories and rich in vitamins and minerals. These delicious kid-friendly recipes will help your kids learn to love whole grains (most kids should be eating at least 6 ounces a day!). Calcium-rich recipes to build strong bones.

It's important to remember the life-long gifts you're giving your children when you continue to strive for healthy eating habits.

Recipes for Kids
* Awesome Applesauce
* Banana Bread
* Berry Tasty Muffins
* Blueberry Pancakes
* Confetti Quinoa
* Cream Cheesy Cucumber Sandwiches
* Disappearing Zucchini Muffins
* Fabulous French Toast
* Frozen Yogurt Pops
* Fun Fruit Kabobs
* Garden Chicken Wrap
* Homemade Peanut Butter
* Incredible Edible Veggie Bowls
* Lean Green Pita Dippers
* Oh-So-Delicious Oatmeal
* Peanut Butter Muffins
* Perfect Peachy Freeze
* Perfect Pineapple Pops
* Pizzadillas With Red Sauce
* Pretzels
* Simple Snack Mix
* Southern-Style Cornbread
* Strawberry Smoothie
* Super Strawberry Bars
* Tiny Pizzas
* Yogurt on the Go

Vegetarian Recipes
* Baked Apples and Ice Cream
* Berry Good Muffins
* Black Beans and Rice
* Confetti Quinoa
* Cream Cheesy Cucumber Sandwiches
* Crunchy Veggie Wrap
* Fruity Tofu Smoothie
* Hummus
* Italian Vegetable Casserole
* Lean Green Pita Dippers
* Peanut Butter Bars
* Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich
* Pizzadillas With Red Sauce
* Spicy Rice
* Spinach Salad
* Strawberry Smoothie
* Tomato and Cheese Omelet
* Vegetable Lasagna
Brain Diseases | Bone Diseases | Cancer |Skin Diseases | Blood Diseases | Respiratory | Eye | Childhood Diseases | Mental Disorders | Mental | Stomach | GIT | Digestive Diseases | Venereal Diseases | Tropical Diseases | Swine flu | Gonorhea | Infectious Diseases | Recipes For Kids | Hepatitis | Aids | STD | Nutrition