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Delicious Recipes

Delicious Recipes

Healthy, nutritious and tasty meal recipes to save you time! Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Recipes, including snacks. Take the stress out of meal planning with these wonderful recipes.

  • Complexity: easy

A Fool's Dinner

Plate up a deceptive April Fool's Day meal.

  • Complexity: medium

Asian Chicken Slaw

Part chicken salad, part coleslaw, this unique dish features a prepared mix, so it comes together quickly -- especially if you buy a roasted chicken. Serve it as a salad, as shown here, or in a sandwich wrap.

  • Complexity: easy

Bacon and Spinach Quiche

Filled with eggs, cream, and bacon, quiche has been a popular dish for hundreds of years. What makes it such a particularly good recipe for aspiring chefs, besides the fact that it tastes great, is how versatile it is.

  • Complexity: easy

Bake Your Own Bagels

There's no mistaking the difference between packaged store-bought bagels and ones that are fresh-baked. So although it takes a little time, making a batch from scratch can be quite rewarding and fun.

  • Time: 1:20 min.
  • Complexity: advanced

Banana Cream Pie

Sweet graham cracker crust piled with layers of vanilla pudding, sliced bananas, and whipped cream -- the very sight of one of these homemade pies can tickle a kid's taste buds. Plus, making one is practically a rite of passage for young pie chefs. The only challenging part can be waiting for the pudding filling to chill (it takes a few hours) so that you can pile on the bananas and whipped cream and dig in.

  • Complexity: easy

Beef Stew

A hearty stew can sure hit the spot on a blustery day, and this recipe offers lots of fun, hands-on work for kids learning to cook.

  • Complexity: easy

Blueberry Pancakes

Here's our favorite recipe for blueberry pancakes along with some tips to help your young short-order cook griddle them to perfection. Just remember, hot pancakes wait for no one. So have everything else (juice, milk, softened butter, and syrup) ready to go so you can enjoy them right out of the skillet.

  • Complexity: easy

Boiled Eggs

Don't laugh. A properly boiled egg is one mark of a good cook.

Broccoli, Ham, and Cheese Omelet

What fillings to put into an omelet is a decision that can really bring out an aspiring chef's creativity. So while this classic combination is great for first-timers, once your child gets the hang of omelet making, encourage her to experiment with other.

  • Complexity: advanced

California Sushi Wrap

Introduce your kids to the art of sushi rolling with these easy sandwiches. The tortilla does double duty as a rolling mat and a tasty wrapper.

  • Time: 1:20 min.
  • Complexity: medium

Caramel Apple Pie

This apple pie recipe is super easy, but is unusual in it's construction. It contains no flour or other starch in the filling to bind it together. The filling is basically caramelized apples, glued together with the natural pectin from the apple skins, and a glossy, clear, just thick enough, apple syrup.

  • Complexity: easy

Cheese-stuffed Meat Loaf

A delicious meal to make ahead of time, and save for a day when you are short on time. Just pop it in the oven and in no time you have a homecooked meal.

  • Complexity: easy

Cheesy Corn Casserole from Paraguay

This Latin American dish is less dense and more soufflé-like than similar versions made in the American South, but still has a flavor that's sure to please a crowd.

  • Complexity: easy

Chicken and Biscuit Pie

Topped with mini biscuits instead of pastry crust and amply filled with a saucy mix of chicken and your family's favorite veggies, this potpie is sure to warm you up on a wintry evening. Just don't count on leftovers.

  • Complexity: easy

Chicken Not-Pie

Trick your family this April first with a sweet dessert that looks just like a savory potpie.

  • Complexity: easy

Chinese Checkers Cake

Familyfun reader Jane Gurr's sons have an ongoing Chinese checker tournament with their grandparents in Lewiston, New York. To celebrate their game, Jane developed this creative cake with gumball checkers.

  • Complexity: medium

Chinese Chicken Salad

This Asian-style chicken salad, made with a delicious peanutty vinaigrette, is provided by In the Night Kitchen of San Francisco and is popular with adults and kids alike.

  • Complexity: easy

Chinese Peanut-Sesame Noodles

As a child in the early 1970s, I couldn't get enough of the cold peanut-sesame noodles I first tried at the famous Uncle Tai's Hunan Yuan restaurant in New York City. The dish is now one of Noah's favorites. I've found that kids adore its peanut butter goodness, while parents are pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to make.

  • Time: 50 min.
  • Complexity: easy

Chocolate Brownies

Few kids can pass up a chance to bake a batch of brownies, and this Best Fudge Brownies recipe is especially irresistible. Made with generous measures of chocolate, butter, and sugar, it yields the fudgiest bars we've sampled yet.

  • Complexity: easy

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Chocolate chips give this classic bread an especially nice touch. The addition of yogurt makes this favorite especially moist and delicious!

Christmas Morning Breakfast

Prepare this sausage-and-egg dish on Christmas Eve while the kids are setting out milk and cookies for Santa. Refrigerate it overnight, then pop it into the oven on Christmas morning for a quick and easy holiday breakfast.

Cool Cake for Mom

Surprise Mom with this yummy, easy dessert that needs no baking.

  • Time: 25 min.
  • Complexity: very easy

Cranberry Muffins

A recipe for cranberry muffins with orange peel and pecans. This cranberry muffin recipe is made with walnuts or pecans and makes about 15 to 18 muffins.

  • Complexity: easy

Creamy Mushroom and Chicken Soup

This comforting recipe, fortified with cream and chicken, is a flavorful alternative to a basic mushroom soup.

  • Complexity: medium

Curried Chicken Salad Sandwich

Here's a variation on chicken salad that has a bit of a kick, and a couple surprises, too -- grapes for a sweet accent and cashews for crunch.

  • Time: 20 min
  • Complexity: very easy

Dessert Nachos

Fresh fruit puts a sweet spin on this Mexican-style treat.

 

  • Complexity: easy

Deviled Egg Upgrade

Take hard-boiled Easter eggs to the next level with deviled eggs, a classic party snack and the perfect recipe for chefs-in-training.

  • Complexity: easy

Ducky Desserts

Make a splash on a rainy day by scooping up a flock of these ice-cream ducklings..They're delicious, fun to make and take no time at all. Just follow these five easy steps.

  • Complexity: easy

Easy Egg Rolls

Almost everyone likes egg rolls, everyone can make them as well.

  • Complexity: easy

Egg-fried Rice

Not only is this dish delicious, but your child will think it's cool to cook scrambled eggs right in the middle of the other ingredients. For the best results, refrigerate the rice for several hours beforehand to keep it from turning mushy when you make the finished dish.

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