Dinner

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Mama Mato!

Ages: 1-2 years Makes two tomato faces 1 medium tomato, cut in half 6 tablespoons breadcrumbs 5 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese, divided Pinch of garlic powder 2 slices black olive,…
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Apple and Cheese Quesadillas

By Kim Galeaz, R.D. Sweet and salty, gooey and crunchy, this easy, nutritious snack is delicious when made with Gala, Golden Delicious, McIntosh or Cortland apples. Ingredients 2 tablespoons apple…
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Salmon Burgers

By Kim Galeaz, R.D. Switch up your burger routine with salmon for a brand new flavor and loads of omega-3s (which are great for kids’ brain development). For younger toddlers,…
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Sweet and Sour Shrimp

By Kim Galeaz, R.D. Craving Chinese? This protein- and veggie-rich dish is ready faster than you can pick up takeout (and it’s healthier, too!). Cut shrimp and pineapple into smaller…
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Confetti Potato Frittata

By Stacy Whitman with Kim Galeaz, R.D. The really great thing about this quick-cooking frittata? It makes the perfect meal for tots and grown-ups morning, noon, or night. Ingredients 1…
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Meatloaf Mini-Muffins

These yummy mini-meatloaves have all the flavor of their full-sized counterpart—in a fun shape that’s just right for little eaters. Ingredients 1 cup finely chopped cauliflower 1 cup finely chopped…
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Pasta with Veggie Purée

Recipe by Christina Stanley-Salerno Read her blog, Take Back Your Table, for more yummy recipes. My little man just turned 10 months and he is quickly going from a teeny…
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Wagon Wheels With Spinach Pesto

PHOTOS: SARA REMINGTON; FOOD STYLING: TIM MOSBLECH 20 minutes Recipe Cook 8 ounces of wagon wheel pasta according to package directions; drain. In a food processor or blender, puree 3…
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