Spring Break is nearly here and that means lots of extra meal planning! Keeping the kids active and entertained during the day might wear you out, which means it’s the perfect time to fall back on some simple family favorite recipes that your kids will be sure to gobble up. These kid-friendly dinners are time savers that make those little bellies happy without a lot of work on your part, so spring break can be more enjoyable on all fronts.
Chili Cheese Enchiladas
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BLT Chicken Braid
Everyone loves the classic BLT, but this updated version is packed with protein from the chicken. The bread gets swapped out for refrigerated crescent dough.
Barbecue Chicken French Bread
Imagine chewy french bread topped with barbecue chicken, red onions, and melted cheese and you’ll be drooling for dinner tonight! This dish can be on your table in just 20 minutes.
Crescent Pizza Rolls
Whether you make these little pizza stuffed crescent rolls for a snack or for a quick dinner, they’re sure to be a hit with any pizza lover in your house. Serve them along side a big salad for a new twist on pizza night.
Taco night is always a go-to on busy weeknights for our family. Add a little variety and skip the seasoning packet with these quick chicken tacos that are ready in 25 minutes!
Lemony Fettucine Alfredo
With just a handful of ingredients, you can have restaurant quality fettuccine alfredo on the table. This recipe has a lemony twist that will wake up those taste buds!
Easy One Skillet Lasagna
Who would have guessed that you could have lasagna on the table with minimal prep and just 30 minutes? This one pot skillet lasagna not only saves time on cooking, it makes clean up a breeze!
Hot Italian Sandwiches
My family won’t usually go for cold sandwiches at dinner time, but they’re happy to eat them hot! These hot Italian sandwiches come together quickly and are packed with flavor!