Our favorite family-friendly recipes
Published January 05, 2023
A major part of meal planning is compiling a list of recipes you and your family love. Here is a list of some of our family's favorite recipes.
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In a recent article, we focused on how to start meal planning in the new year since many of us are thinking about New Year's Resolutions. One of the key steps in that article is to compile a list of your favorite recipes. We believe our online meal planner is the best way to store and organize meals and recipes from anywhere on the Internet, so if you haven't tried it yet, try it free for 30 days.
No matter how you choose to organize and store your recipes, starting to compile a list can be a daunting task. That's why we wanted to help you get started by sharing a list of our family's favorite recipes. These recipes are tried-and-true favorites that even our kids love. Enjoy!
The best buttermilk pancakes ever. You can’t go wrong!
This is a great blog post on how to make easy, delicious overnight oats. Our kids love overnight oats!
We love including hard boiled eggs with our oatmeal for added protein.
This is my favorite weekday lunch between two slices of homemade sourdough. I often sub apples for grapes.
We sub beef for turkey because we prefer the taste of beef or to save money we omit the meat altogether and get our protein from the beans. If you top your chili greek yogurt with instead of sour cream, that adds a good amount of protein as well.
This recipe has helped our kids start to like salmon. It’s sweet, tangy and delicious, however sometimes I use a little less brown sugar to make it a bit healthier.
What is better than a one pan meal with sausage? Nothing!
This is hands down our kids’ favorite meal. Our 6 your old will eat two plates full. You can also make this as allergy friendly as you want by using gluten-free pasta.
This recipe makes enough beans for multiple meals and is so affordable! I sub bell pepper for jalapeños because our kids can’t do spice.
This is the best chicken pot pie recipe I have tried. I use shredded chicken from a whole chicken and homemade bone broth. I omit carrots, celery and peppercorns for the bone broth. I also use a homemade pie crust and it is absolutely the best chicken pot pie you will ever have!
This is a delicious weekend meal for grilling out. Make sure to use a meat thermometer to know when the bratwurst is done. Pork has a tendency to appear pink even when fully cooked.
A delicious meal to use up any veggies in the fridge.
We used to make burgers a lot at home, but now we live near In-N-Out so we don’t make them as often. Our oldest son devours burgers and all of our kids love roasted sweet potato fries.
This Half Baked Harvest Recipe is the best.
Such a simple staple!
These are meals to get you started with compiling recipes for your meal plan. Don’t be afraid to schedule easy dinners like hot dogs and pasta and marinara sauce that you know most everyone will like. We always try to have a veggie with every meal as well even if it’s just steamed broccoli. Easy meals help make eating at home more sustainable and prevent burn out.
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