Zucchini Lasagna

Cooking for Families Many people are following low carb diets and enjoy zucchini lasagna. Zucchini has a lot of water in it so making zucchini lasagna is a longer process than making lasagna with noodles made with wheat flour. Zucchini lasagna doesn’t taste like wheat noodle lasagna. But it’s delicious. Grilling works best to remove […]

Deep Dish Pizza

Cooking for Kids Here is a Chicago-style deep pan pizza recipe I found on the epicurious web site. The pan in which it is baked gives the pizza its characteristically high edge which provides ample space for large amounts of cheese and a chunky tomato sauce. Don’t forget to add any pizza toppings the children […]

Chicken Milanesa with Maggi Ranch Sauce

Cooking for Families My Mom Boss asks for this both crispy and creamy chicken recipe over and over. I let the kids choose whether or not they want the creamy sauce on the crispy chicken. The parents like the radishes but I don’t serve the radishes along with the cucumber for the children. You Will […]

Chicken Paillards with Clementine Salsa

Cooking for Families Who doesn’t love clementines? Clementines make a surprising, refreshing, colorful addition to this chicken dish. I recommend doubling the salsa since it’s so good. The salsa is so delicious and can be used with halibut, mahi mahi, and other fish as well. You Will Need: 4 5-ounce chicken breast halves 4 clementines, […]

Barbecue Chicken Legs Over Yellow Rice

Cooking for Families My Nanny Kids love chicken legs and dark meat. So it is smart to serve them family full chicken legs that include the dark meat with the thighs rather than chicken breast all of the time. I found this amazing barbecue sauce recipe at greedygourmet.com.  Simply adding frozen mixed vegetables to yellow […]

Udon Chicken Peanut Butter Noodles

Cooking for Kids My Nanny Kids love Asian udon noodles. So I whipped up this easy lunch for them this week. Be careful when using chili sauce when cooking for kids. You may need to use less or not use any at all if the children don’t like spice. I added cucumber to the dish […]

Bacon Ranch Garlic Parmesan Pasta

Cooking for Kids One Pan Bacon Ranch Garlic Parmesan Pasta is an easy and satisfying one pot pasta meal that your whole Nanny Family will love. Creamy garlic parmesan pasta is loaded up with even more mouthwatering flavor with the addition of crisp bacon and savory ranch. I found this recipe on The Salty Marshmallow. […]

Bacon-Wrapped Beef Filet

Cooking for Families This is my youngest Nanny Kid’s favorite dinner. It’s savory, looks impressive, yet is so quick and easy to prepare. I make one beef filet per person and this recipe that I found on the Foodnetwork by Ree Drummond. The recipe is written for one serving. Just increase the ingredients per person. […]

Orange Ginger Drumsticks

Cooking for Families My Nanny Kids love chicken drumsticks and mandarin oranges so I adapted a recipe I found in Eating Well magazine for chicken thighs that’s not on their web site. Searing the chicken before roasting it at a super high heat ensures a super-crispy skin. You Will Need: 2 Pounds Drumsticks 1/2 tsp. […]

Tater Tot Casserole

Cooking for Kids My Nanny Kids like chicken pot pie and they love tater tots. So my Mom Boss asked to try making this recipe she found on the epicurious web site that is essentially a chicken pot pie with tater tot crust instead of pie dough. Although you won’t need all the tater tots […]