If your kids will only eat chicken nuggets, mac 'n' cheese or PB + J sandwiches, then cooking meals they'll actually eat can be a challenge. Encourage them to venture out a bit with these four recipes the whole family will enjoy. Better yet, get the kids involved in the cooking process so they know what's going to be on their plates tonight!
This recipe from the Food Network is a classic homestyle meal. Ask the little kids to get the veggies out of the refrigerator; older kids can help stir the meat and assemble the sandwiches. This is a great way to get some veggies in their diets!
Bubbly cheese, fluffy mashed potatoes, savory meat and veggie stew—what more could you want? The kids can help mash the potatoes and pile them on top of the stew before you put it in the oven. Recipe via Tastes Better from Scratch
Lasagna roll-ups are a fun way to make this traditional baked pasta dish. The kids can help you roll up the noodles and will love all the gooey cheesy goodness! Get the recipe from Cooking Classy.
The Modern Proper swears by this soup for a sure hit with the kids. A leftover rotisserie chicken works perfectly for this recipe. The kids will love piling crushed tortilla chips, cubed avocado and shredded cheese on top of their bowls of soup.