Enjoying pasta is something that has long been a tradition in my family. My brother even requested that my Mom make her spaghetti for the rehearsal dinner for his wedding and my Gram made her own homemade pasta on more than a few occasions.
15 Kid Friendly Recipes: Appetizers and Treats for New Year’s Eve
Does your New Year’s Eve party involves kiddos? We thought about trying a Noon Year’s party – where you count down to noon instead of midnight for Bubbles tomorrow instead of staying up for the ball drop tonight, but then we laughed. Bubbles is getting better, but she still doesn’t ever go to bed much before midnight.
Here is a list of 15 kid friendly recipes for appetizers and other tasty treats to make your spread a smash hit. Most of them are bite-sized or have a fun theme – some even work great as party favors. And they all look delicious!
DIY S’Mores Kits – Views From the ‘Ville (pictured above)
Crunchy Chicken-Stuffed Waffle Pops – Snappy Gourmet
Mini Corn Dog Muffins – Kraft Recipes
Homemade Mozzarella Sticks – Chew Out Loud
Mini Chicken Chimichangas – Views from the ‘Ville (pictured above)
Pizza on a Stick – Artisan Bread in 5
Pigs in a Blanket – Save a Lot
“Sparkly” Celebration Popcorn – Laura Kelly’s Inklings
Mini Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Bites – Play. Party. Pin.
Party Popcorn – Bombshell Bling
Banana Nutella Smoothies – Views From the ‘Ville
Individual Dessert Pizzas – Home Cooking Memories (pictured above)
Gumdrop Cupcake-Tinis – Growing Up Gabel (pictured above)
New Year’s Eve Cakeballs – Formula Mom
Confetti Cake – Spoonful
What are your favorite kid friendly recipes for parties?
Kid-Friendly Chicken Recipes: Chicken Broccoli Mac & Cheese and BBQ Chicken Pizza
Quick and Healthy Chicken Recipes With Tyson Grilled & Ready Chicken
Bubbles is a lot of things: sweet, loving, kind-hearted. (The list goes on but I won’t; I’m pretty sure you didn’t stop by today to read 300 words on why I love my sweet pea.) Two things she is not, however, is a very good sleeper or a very good eater. She does pretty well at breakfast (yogurt and a fruit pouch or yogurt and toast, usually) but lunch and dinner are a different story. When you ask her what she would like to eat her response mashed potatoes, pizza, or mac and cheese. These foods can be very healthy but I wish they had more protein.
I was trying to think of ways I could dress up her favorites to be even more healthy and protein-packed. I make her homemade white cheddar mac and cheese about once per week and I decided that I could mix in broccoli (a veggie she likes) and cooked chicken. Honestly if it’s covered in cheese she’s probably going to eat it (let’s not lie: if it’s covered in cheese I’m probably going to eat it, too). Continue reading »