Updated monthly, here are the all-time 50 most popular recipes and birthday party ideas for kids on Foodlets:

    1. Chicken Pot Pies (A Barefoot Contessa recipe makeover)
    2. 2-Ingredient Banana Bread Cookies
    3. 8 Simple Updates to Get Kids Eating Better, Instantly
    4. How to Pack Awesome and Easy School Lunches
    5. Pumpkin Spice Mini Muffins (A Paula Deen recipe makeover)
    6. 10 Kid-Friendly Ways to Cook with Quinoa
    7. Baked Apple Chips with Cinnamon Sugar
    8. A Dinosaur Themed Birthday Party
    9. Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Tex-Mex
    10. A Rainbow Spa Theme Birthday Party
    11. Flourless Black Bean Chocolate Cake
    12. Coconut Milk Chia Seed Pudding. A No-Cook, No-Sugar Pudding
    13. Jamie Oliver’s 30-Minute Parmesan Scalloped Potatoes
    14. Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
    15. Sweet Shop Birthday Party Ideas
    16. Broccoli and Cheese Pasta Cups
    17. How to Make a Boxed Brownie Mix Healthier in Seconds
    18. 10 Rules for Kids Who Eat Healthy at Home
    19. 4 Ways to Make a Boxed Brownie Mix More Nutritious (and Still Delicious!)
    20. 2 Favorite Ways to Make Kale Chips
    21. Oven Roasted Broccoli
    22. Low-Sugar Cranberry Oat Muffins
    23. Finally, a Chili Recipe My Kids Will Eat (Chili-Cheddar Cheese Parfaits)
    24. A “Cupcake Wars” Inspired Birthday Party Theme
    25. Blueberry Muffins Sweetened with Only Honey
    26. Mini Meatloaves (a Barefoot Contessa makeover)
    27. 15-Minute Homemade Macaroni & Cheese
    28. Strawberry Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
    29. 5 Italian Foods Kids Love
    30. Homemade “Nutrigrain” Bars with Strawberry Filling
    31. No-Sugar Strawberry Fruit Roll-Ups
    32. Frittata with Spinach, Pancetta & Ricotta (a Barefoot Contessa recipe makeover)
    33. Strawberry-Banana Frozen Yogurt Pops
    34. No-Fry French Fries from Gwyneth Paltrow
    35. Raisins: The Constipation Solution for Toddlers
    36. How to Make Chickens Out of Hardboiled Eggs
    37. Healthier Plum & Blackberry Crisp (a Barefoot Contessa Makeover)
    38. Why I Traded the Kids’ Plastic Dishes for Porcelain
    39. Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Chicken with Quinoa in Mustard Sauce
    40. Easy Brownie Birds’ Nests
    41. Baby Carrots “Growing” in Terra Cotta Pots
    42. Orange Pound Cake Muffins (a David Lebovitz recipe makeover)
    43. One-Pot Roasted Chicken with Green Beans and Potatoes
    44. Chicken Vegetable Stir-Fry with Whole-Wheat Noodles
    45. Baby Food Recipe: Roasted Sweet Potato and Apple
    46. Low-Sugar Banana Cake (a David Lebovitz recipe makeover)
    47. Roasted Turkey Breast with Rosemary-Mustard Marinade
    48. Baby Food Recipe: Roasted Zucchini
    49. Toddler-Friendly Asian Noodles and Veggies
    50. Snack Ideas for Kids


    • charityc says

      Hi Melissa! I hope the recipes are working out for you guys. Let me know if you ever have any questions or success stories to share! Thanks for stopping by.

  1. Lori says

    My twin one year old boys will eat anything, but lately one of them has been insisting on only feeding himself. So, now I’m running out of ideas for finger-food meals and they’re getting bored, so I turned to Foodlets!! Today, I made mini meat loaves, zucchini muffins and broccoli and cheese cups (the nanny was here on my day off!). Caleb LOVED the zucchini muffins and really liked the meat loaf (Levi ate everything, too, but he’d eat cement if you put it on his tray). And I was very pleased about the nutritious food they were having– plus I kind of felt like I was cooking with an old friend; thanks, CCM!!! Tomorrow they’ll have the broccoli cups. Phew, we can move beyond bananas and toast!

    • charityc says

      That’s so great Lori! Love that you’re trying so many new flavors for them (and God bless Levi!) Try the new orange pound cake muffins too. Estelle is a huge fan. And maybe we CAN cook together some time… Some time?

      • Lori says

        The orange pound cakes are on my agenda for today. They sound delicious! flavors and variety are our goals! Keep the yummy, nutritious ideas coming, Char!!


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