MY KIDS REALLY EAT THIS! Turner Parents Cookbook 2013
Consider this cookbook to be a continual work in progress. If you have additional recipes to contribute, please email them to me at email@example.com. Read more...
Consider this cookbook to be a continual work in progress. If you have additional recipes to contribute, please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and bon appetite!
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Peanut Butter Bars
Cinnamon Roll Tortillas
Michael Pease’s Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
CousCous with Fish
Easy Baked Chicken Wings
Chicken Asparagus Pasta
Nonnie's New Orleans Red Beans and Rice
Stuffed Shells with Meat Sauce
Baked Shells & Winter Squash
Arlene's Favorite Chili with a Twist
Frozen Oreo Surprise
Leek and Potato Soup
Cheesy Chicken Strips
World's Fastest Pancakes
Easy, Delicious Roast Chicken
5 Ingredient Pumpkin Mini-Muffins
Grands!® Chicken Pot Pie Puffs
Italian DInner Soup
Butternut Squash and Peas
Pineapple Chicken Fried Rice
Jadan’s Fruit Smoothie:
Bonnie’s Chocolate Oatmeal Globs
Pan Asian Udon Soup
Arlene's Curry Vegetables
Arlene's Okra and Carrot Stuffed Chicken Breast
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese FrostingSubmitted by: Geraldine Moriba
This delicious, easy to make cake includes fresh carrots ! Unfortunately, it does not qualify as a vegetable at dinner....
Michael Pease’s Triple Chocolate Chip CookiesSubmitted by: Michael Pease
I think the cookbook is an amazing idea. I am submitting my chocolate chip cookie recipe that I make for my “family” on the 21st floor at CNN all the time. They seem to love them so I hope others will too.
CousCous with FishSubmitted by: Pallavi Gogoi
I have two kids and they are spoilt rotten because both me and my husband love to cook. I can share many recipes that they love to eat. But here’s an easy one.
Apple Koo-KooSubmitted by: Alice Cahn
When the kids were little, we made what they said was a "Kooky Apple" drink by watering apple juice with a little fizzy water...and the "apple koo koo" was born!
Easy Baked Chicken WingsSubmitted by: Alice Cahn
We moved to Virginia from California in the early 1990's and were introduced to amazing barbeque. This rub is foolproof!
Taco TuesdaySubmitted by: Alice Cahn
We get together with friends and neighbors on Tuesdays, kids love the tradition and so do we! I marinate the chicken Monday night after dinner, so Tuesday when I get home from work I just have to stick it in the broiler. The kids (middle and high school age) take charge of all the other prep work; makes for a pretty relaxed evening for everyone.
Pasta CarbonaraSubmitted by: Alice Cahn
Our kids favorite weekend breakfast - yeah, it's a bit carby, but it gets some morning protein into your non-egg eaters.
Lemon ChickenSubmitted by: Alice Cahn
A quick-ish, less cleanup, take on chicken piccatta. Perfect for a weekday dinner.
Chicken Asparagus PastaSubmitted by: Alice Cahn
I have no idea where this recipe came from but we've been making it forever. Even when kids say "I don't like asparagus" they like this pasta. I've amended this and made Chicken Broccoli Pasta ; it was good, but not AS good.
Nonnie's New Orleans Red Beans and RiceSubmitted by: Preuss Family, Adapted from Junior League of New Orleans
My wife (Nonnie) and I are from New Orleans and red beans and rice is a typical and traditional family meal on Monday’s. This recipe below was printed in the AJC in the days following Hurricane Katrina. We had lots of family evacuees in our Atlanta house and had to feed plenty of people. This meal goes a long way….and is nutritious and yummy. Our kids crave red beans and rice and have helped mom (Nonnie) make them many times. I can’t tell you how much I love the smell of a fresh batch of red beans on the stove – it reminds us of our hometown and family. Red beans also freezes well and is better on the next go around, kind of like chili gets better the next day. Enjoy! Andreas Preuss
Stuffed Shells with Meat SauceSubmitted by: Jyl Brown
We serve this dish with a small side salad, and a toasted wheat baguette with light butter spread. My children love to take about 1/3 of a cup of the remaining sauce and set it aside for bread-dipping purposes once the meal is served.
Arlene's Favorite Chili with a TwistSubmitted by: Arlene P. Beckles
This is my daughter’s favorite recipe; I can make this every day AND Sunday and she is happy!
Leek and Potato SoupSubmitted by: Shelley Espinosa
The trick with this soup is to get the proportion of potato-to leek-to liquid right. If you like a thick creamy soup, put more potatoes and just enough liquid to cover. You can also add water or broth as it cooks if it gets too thick for your taste. If you are a vegetarian, you can skip bacon . The soup goes well with a French baguette or grilled cheese sandwich.
Baked ZitiSubmitted by: Patricia Coddington
Classic comfort food that’s easy for kids to help fix. After all, what kid doesn’t like to help sprinkle cheese? Not to mention, my daughter asked for this every time she came home from college.
Cheesy Chicken StripsSubmitted by: Jennifer M. Gruber
This is one of my kids’ (4 and 6 years old) FAV recipes (and mine too….super EASY)….
Easy, Delicious Roast ChickenSubmitted by: Katia Hetter via Eatocracy
This is my daughter's favorite roast chicken!
5 Ingredient Pumpkin Mini-MuffinsSubmitted by: Corrie Howard via Joy Phenix’s Blog
One quick blast of cold air and I’m immediately in the mood for all things pumpkin. My first stop on this food train is a sweet snack that I nibble on with a warm cup of tea. If you’re looking for a tasty pumpkin fix, this little gem will get you off to a good start! Kids love these!
Grands!® Chicken Pot Pie PuffsSubmitted by: Chelsey McGee
My kid's current favorite recipe… and mine too since it's so easy!!
Italian DInner SoupSubmitted by: Meredith Vaughn
This recipe is super quick and comforting on a cold winter night – and my 5 year old son LOVES it!! Serve with warm garlic bread.
Jadan’s Fruit Smoothie:Submitted by: Eden Pontz
If fresh fruit is out of season-no worries—frozen fruit works just fine—and it’s already chilled for the smoothie!
Pan Asian Udon SoupSubmitted by: Pallavi Gogoi
I’ve been inspired by the Korean udon and the Vietnamese noodle soups for this one. To make it a vegetarian soup, just omit the protein and use a vegetable broth.
Arlene's Curry VegetablesSubmitted by: Arlene P. Beckles
We eat anything curry! My daughter fell in love with a Curry Vegetable Roti and to encourage her to eat more veggies...I just add curry!
Arlene's Okra and Carrot Stuffed Chicken BreastSubmitted by: Arlene P. Beckles
We are not fans of okra, but I found a way to get them in! Stuff them in chicken breast!
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