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1.10-minute Tostadas: Bake corn tortillas in the oven until they are crispy. Then
top them off with your fave toppings, including refried beans, cheese, lettuce
and chopped tomatoes. Get the
recipe at Yellow Bliss Road.
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2. Rainbow Fried Rice: Kids love this dish. It's probably because it's so colorful.
Speed up the process by using leftover rice from last night's meal. Get recipe
at The Garden Grazer.
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3. One Pot Tomato
Basil Pasta: Toss all of the ingredients – noodles, basil, tomatoes – into
a pot of boiling water. Minutes later, dinner is ready. Get the recipe at Yankee Kitchen.
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4. Ham and Cheese
Tortellini: In 15 minutes, you can make this scrumptious dish. Best yet,
it can be made in one pan so you don't have much cleaning to do after dinner.
Score! Get the recipe at Kevin and Amanda.
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5. Cilantro Shrimp
with Honey Lime Dipping Sauce: Change it up a bit and add some seafood to your kid's
repertoire. Mixed with a honey lime dipping sauce, your kids will devour
dinner. Get the recipe at Love Grows Wild.
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6. Pizza Quesadillas: Pizza + quesadillas = one happy kid. You can whip this easy
supper up in a snap. Get the recipe at Snixy Kitchen.
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7. Taco Casserole: Change up Taco Tuesday with a casserole dish instead. Same
flavor + different format = Change is good (but you'll still satisfy your picky
eaters). Get the recipe at My
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8. Italian Baked
Chicken: Bake your chicken, tomato and cheese all at the same time.
You can include pesto on yours only in case the kids haven't developed a taste
for it yet. Get the recipe at The Pinning Mama.
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9. Chicken Kebab: Since kids love to play with swords, they will love kebabs.
Skewer veggies and meat onto a stick and bake. Get the recipe at Well Plated.
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10. Unstuffed Peppers: Stuffed peppers are delicious. The only problem it takes too
long to cook, especially for a weeknight meal. Get the recipe at Two Healthy