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Family Dinners

Kid-friendly recipes and family meal ideas everyone will love!

Green Bean Fries: These crunchy beans coated with Parmesan and panko are as addictively tasty as the french fries that inspired them.

Get extra #vegetables in your diet with these #StuffedPeppers. #vegetarian

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Easy Pizza Dough: A food processor takes the effort out of making this perennial kid favorite. Try it with our recipe for Chicken, Bacon, and Parm Pizza or simply top with your family's favorite ingredients.

Pumpkin Streusel Tart: Capture the sweetness of the season with a dessert inspired by pumpkin pie. The buttery, nutty topping and thick crust make it heartier and crunchier—and dare we say, more delicious?—than the traditional finale to a Thanksgiving meal.

Sweet Potato Patties: Mashed sweet potatoes play the starring role in these savory, panfried cakes.

Turkey-and-Stuffing Bites with Cranberry Dipping Sauce: The best flavors of Turkey Day are rolled together in these super-moist meatballs. Because of their soft consistency, they should be served with forks rather than toothpicks.

Parsley Pesto Veggies: Beans and carrots get dressed up with fresh herb flavor in this simple side dish. Using parsley yields a pesto that's milder than the basil version but equally nutty and rich.

Butternut Squash and Apple Bake: Our healthier version of a veggie casserole allows two of the season's most popular offerings to shine. A flavor boost comes from onion and herbs (no heavy cream sauce here) plus a just slightly decadent crumb topping.

Parsnip and Potato Pancakes: We've revamped the classic potato pancake by adding shredded parsnips to the mix. The result is a dish that's a bit sweeter, but with the same homey, hash-brown flavor you'd expect from a potato-only version.

California Sushi Rolls: If your kids are craving sushi for dinner, skip the Japanese restaurant and show them how to roll up a batch at home.