3.07.2014

Picky Eaters


If I hear one more complaint about what's for dinner this winter I just might lose my mind.  I need help, people!  Share your favorite recipe that everyone in the family actually likes...pretty please?



8 comments :

  1. http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2012/08/buffalo-chicken-bread.html http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2011/06/have-heart-attack-on-fathers-day-aka.html
    http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2011/04/how-to-get-your-kids-to-clean.html

    I don't have a recipe, but I made eggrolls the other night and baked them instead of frying them and they were a huge hit and didn't make my house smell like a greasy dinner.
    You didn't say healthy, but here are my kid's top 3. I am checking back, bc I am in the same boat sister. However, our house went on the market yesterday, so I suspect a lot of frozen will be in our future.

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  2. The only things my whole family will eat is pizza and hamburgers. My situation is a bit more difficult because my son has Autism, and only eats a handful of things.

    My husband, daughter, and I will all eat:
    chicken alfredo (jarred sauce)
    meatloaf (follow instructions on the back of the mccormick meatloaf seasoning, except I use ground turkey. I also form them into big meatballs so they cook faster and get a nice crust.)
    beef stew (lightly browned stew meat, sautee'd onions and mushrooms, beef broth, 2 brown gravy packets, potatoes, carrots, and some flour to thicken. All tossed in the crock pot on high for 5-6 hours.)
    spaghetti
    tacos
    sloppy joe's.

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  3. http://cannaryfamily.blogspot.com/2012/07/mealplan-monday-16.html (scroll past the meal plan to get to the recipe)

    Dr. Martin's Mix by Peg Bracken is the all-time favorite at my house. All FOUR kids gobbled it up every time I made it, and it's super simple. I serve it with a veggie and sometimes, a freezer veggie or a salad. Never any leftovers!

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  4. Here's the link to my Recipe Page http://www.stonecottageadventures.com/p/recipes.html Something I learned, though, is if I go the same grocery store over and over, I tend to buy the same things over and over. I make it a point to rotate thru four different grocery stores. Each one gives me a different set of ideas. 'Probably just the way they display stuff, but it really make a difference in how diverse our meals are! You might give it a try! ;-) -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  5. This thing? Is LEGIT.

    http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/main-courses/easy-stromboli/

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  6. And this....I just use regular rice, not fried.

    http://life-in-the-lofthouse.com/baked-sweet-and-sour-chicken-with-fried-rice/

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  7. And this one too. I bake it at 350 for 40 minutes (turning halfway) instead of grilling. I don't use the coriander and serve it with rice.

    http://www.ourbestbites.com/2008/06/spicy-honey-chicken/

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