They’ve got a special place to sit for the Thanksgiving feast, so why not serve the kids a few special dishes, too? These seven recipes will keep the kids happy while you’re enjoying the adult table. And you just might catch the grown-ups sneaking bites of these, too.
Turkey that you can pick up and eat with your hands? Kids will be saying, “Yes, please!” to these tasty little pies. And they’re a great way to use up leftover turkey post-feast, as well.
Kids hate cauliflower. But they loooove a big, fun bowl of purple, orange and green confetti. Roast up this simple dish and you’ll love watching them scarf it down.
Mashed potatoes — yawn. Mashed potatoes baked into cheesy-on-the-inside, crispy-on-the-outside little balls of happiness? Yay!
You’ll look like a world-class pastry chef when you set these flaky, delicious twists on the table. You don’t have to tell how easy they are to make. And you don’t have to tell how many you ate in the kitchen.
Two all-time kid favorites: mac 'n' cheese and ranch. Put them together and what do you get? Deliciously happy kids, of course. Ok, let’s be honest, we grown-ups love this recipe, too.
Go ahead, eat with your fingers. These savory stuffing muffins are hearty, full of flavor, packed with protein and veggies, and just plain fun to eat.
Is dinner ready? Is dinner ready? Is dinner ready? When they just can’t wait any longer, set out a bowl of these tasty snack crackers to hold them over. But don’t let them fill up — you’re about to serve all the tasty recipes above, right?