Breakfast kick starts your day and helps give you the energy to get things done and to be able to focus. Take a look at some new breakfast ideas.
The word “snack” makes a lot of people think of unhealthy salty or sweet options. But snacking is actually a very important part of your child’s eating habits. The trick is to be careful about why, when and how your children snack.
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Is it black magic? Maybe. We bet you'll be so enchanted with these burgers that you'll never miss the meat. Serve a platter to your family and watch them disappear right before your very eyesView Recipe
Sweet and tangy salad dressing makes an easy, but tasty dipping sauce for these crispy coated chicken piecesView Recipe
In this creamy chowder, tender cubes of potato simmer with golden corn, pungent garlic and refreshing chives.View Recipe
Kellogg’s® Crispix® cereal adds a crunchy topping to traditional egg and cheese casserolesView Recipe
Chili and macaroni skillet dinners have been part of the American food experience for decades, but this version is features extra lean ground turkey and whole wheat macaroniView Recipe
This refreshing version of chicken salad looks to the East for its flavorings of soy sauce and curry. Red grapes and green celery add crunch, flavor and color to the mix. Serve it on toasty waffles for scrumptious open-face sandwiches.View Recipe
Curry seasoned meatballs, sweet shredded apple and chopped peanuts are encased in whole wheat tortillas in this recipe.View Recipe
Get a jump on this one-dish meal. The saucy turkey mixture and cheesy potato filling can be stuffed into the potato shells up to a day before serving. When dinner time rolls around, just bake them and top with additional cheeseView Recipe
On busy weeknights, convenience is key. Here's a way to have steaming chili on the table in just 30 minutes.View Recipe
Warm, aromatic, ginger-scented meatballs complement the juicy sweetness of pineapple in this kabob recipe. They make a refreshing change for dinner.View Recipe
A terrific meal for chilly days. This soup features small meatballs, kidney beans, tomatoes, onions and carrots in a well-seasoned broth.View Recipe
These delicious croutons made with parmesan cheese and Italian seasoning will be a great addition to a salad.View Recipe
Mangoes make a delicious accompaniment to these chicken fingers, but if they’re not in season, use fresh or canned pineapple or orange sections.View Recipe
Crushed cereal is spiced with cayenne and dried herbs make this spicy, crunchy, New Orleans-style this dish. Use either catfish or tilapia fillets—both work great.View Recipe
Spicy peanut butter and curry chickpeas top these Asian-influenced waffles. Add a tossed salad to complete the meal.View Recipe
Keep a can of salmon and Rice Krispies® on hand and you’ll be ready to make these quick-to-fix salmon patties with a moment’s notice.View Recipe
Rediscover ever-popular stuffed peppers. They’re made over with ground turkey, diced tomatoes, corn and ripe olivesView Recipe
Chili powder and onion add lots of flavor to these easy-to-make bean patties. Serve them for dinner along with picante sauce or salsa.View Recipe
Looking for a vegetarian entrée that will please the whole family? This recipe fits the bill.View Recipe
A chilled black bean and corn salad topped with crisp cereal croutons gets wrapped in lettuce leaves for a beautiful and delicious presentation. For better flavor, refrigerate the bean mixture for 30 minutes to 8 hours before wrapping it in the lettuce leavesView Recipe
Surprise the guests at your next party with these crispy-coated, zesty, baked sweet potato slices. An easy mustard-yogurt dipping sauce completes the appetizer.View Recipe
All the flavors of a great taco are stirred into this easy-to-prepare, one-dish skillet dinner.View Recipe
For extra color, nutrition and flavor, add 1/2 cup frozen whole kernel corn along with the zucchini and carrots.View Recipe
Have fun while exploring new flavors. Give these recipes a try – they’re specially designed to meet the needs of busy moms.