Sweet Potato Crunch
Sweet potatoes can be a hard sell to the under-10 set. Try sweeteningthe superfood with orange peel and pumpkin-pie spice, then top with acrunchy layer of corn flakes, brown sugar, and pecans. You just mightwin a few converts. Click here for full recipe from Parents.com.
On first look, your kids might turn up their noses at this corncasserole. With a base of corn, French onion sour cream dip, and cornmuffin mix, what it lacks in appearance it more than makes up for increamy decadence. Click here for full recipe from parents.com
Dad’s Famous Broccoli Dish
my kids favorite side dish at every holiday and birthday is Dad’s famous broccoli dish – just don’t tell your kids what the ingredients are
2 10-oz. packages frozen, chopped Broccoli
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 cup pure mayonnaise
2 eggs well beaten
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese
1/2 cup sliced almonds
salt and pepper to taste
2 packages of Ritz crackers
Defrost/thaw Chopped broccoli
Mix together in large bowl: broccoli, cream of mushroom soup, mayonnaise, eggs, cheese, almonds, salt and pepper.
Butter a 9×13 casserole baking dish and pour mixture into dish.
Crush the Ritz crackers in a zip lock bag, then pour over top of broccoli mixture
Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes
This make-ahead potato dish is the ultimate comfort food for the wholefamily. To make it even more kid friendly, swap Gruyere for Cheddar oranother cheese your kids like. Click here for full recipe from Parents.com