As a busy mom, I always like to have easy, delicious recipes on hand. I’ve rounded up my top 20 kid-friendly dinner recipes, just in time for back to school.
As part of my health journey, one takeaway continues to ring true: Harness the power of flavor. When the school season starts up for my two boys, you can find me starting to whip out easy, yet flavor-packed dinner recipes.
If you’re a parent too, amid busy school weeknights, sometimes you might feel like you’ve slipped into a recipe rut. That’s ok — we all need a little bit of inspiration sometimes — like these baked chicken taquitos. YUM!
One of my favorite cooking methods during the school year is the slow cooker. It’s a convenient way to cook a wide variety of foods and to feed hungry kiddos coming home from a busy day at school. All you have to do is throw fresh ingredients into a crockpot while you do other tasks and it’s ready four or five hours later for dinner.
I’m also a fan of using my oven for sheet pan recipes. What about you? Do you have a recipe that’s an absolute hit with your kids?
A healthy spin-off of the Tex-Mex classic, these baked chicken taquitos are not fried! Packed with juicy chicken and topped with cotija cheese, these hand-held taquitos are crunchy, crispy, and oh-so-delicious.
Hey there, I’m Liz Della Croce and I’m thrilled to have you here! My aim is to motivate and ignite your passion for cooking amazing meals for your loved ones. I believe in the power of real, wholesome ingredients that are bursting with flavor and won’t break the bank. Whether it’s a traditional Lebanese recipe from my family or a culinary creation from across the globe, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover that nutritious food can be exciting, affordable, and easy to prepare.