5 Easy (and Healthy) Dinners for Fussy Kids


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Kabobs

The best thing about kabobs is you can customize them for each child.
The best thing about kabobs is you can customize them for each child.
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We should label this one: If you put it on a stick, they will come. There's something tantalizing about eating finger food. It makes kids curious and more likely to take a nibble or two when otherwise the ingredients would be a turn off. Kabobs are also as mom friendly as they are kid friendly. You don't even have to fire up the grill to prepare them unless you want to. Our pineapple turkey kabobs are cooked in the oven, and nothing could be easier. You can devise variations using meatballs, chicken and even turkey hotdogs. Just soak the skewers and load them up with your kids' nutritious favorites (if they've got any) and you'll have a meal that's a sure winner -- and who couldn't use one of those every once in a while