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Our Favorite Kid-Friendly Food Blogs

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Favorite Kid-Friendly Food Blogs

I'm no cook. I'll say it again. I am no cook! So, when I get tired of making the same four dishes over and over, I like to turn to a few truly inspirational food blogs for much needed ideas. I'm looking for a meal for my picky kids and for me and my hubbie. And we don't want to eat mac and cheese for dinner. Here are a few of my favorite kid-friendly food blogs and the recipes that I think my whole family would enjoy.

Chicken Fried Rice by Food for My Family sounds ideal because my two-year-old and five-year-old like chicken and rice. The sprouts and mushrooms will be a problem, so I would take them out and replace with carrots. I think the recipe look scrumptious (sprouts and all). Shaina does a fabulous job showing us with photos and description how to make this easy dish. (Top photo via Food for Family)

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Andrea Meyers' Banana Apple Grits looks divine. I love grits, but I've only made the quick kind. She uses stoned ground grits, which I bet are a lot yummier. I would be happy to eat this for dessert or breakfast. My kids would agree. (Photo via Andreas Meyers)

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The No Work Chicken recipe on Weelicious had me with the name. And the tasty looking photo. The marinade is made with honey, mustard and ginger and I think my older daughter will say, "Mommy, this is spicy, but in a good way" which is what she says when food has flavor! (Photo via Weelicious.)

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I've never made granola before and haven't even bought it since college, but Shelly from QuickQuickYumYum describes her granola as healthy and a quick well-balanced breakfast (with yogurt) that her kids adore. If I layer it like this in a glass, my girls will think it's a fancy treat.

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Shelly makes all her recipes sound so delicious. And doesn't this granola look easy to make? (Both photos via QuickQuickYumYum.)

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Puttanesca Baked Cod from The Naptime Chef (the best name for a food blog ever) is right up my alley. Will my kids eat it? I think fish with tomato sauce with fish could work. (I've tried fish without tomato sauce and that didn't work out so well.) If the kids don't like the fish, I could give them the couscous with sauce and cheese and my husband and I will happily enjoy it. Done! (Photo via The Naptime Chef.)

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