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Baked Honey Mustard Chicken

Chicken’s loaded with lean protein, something active, growing kids need lots of. Up the flavor of boneless, skinless chicken breasts with this sweet and tangy sauce. Ingredients 6 boneless, skinless…
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Sweet Potato Mac & Cheese

Little kids (and grown-ups) can't seem to get enough of mac and cheese. So it's a good thing making a healthier, more nutrient-packed version of the beloved dish is so easy.…
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Cowboy Supper

By Kim Galeaz, R.D. Meat, especially beef, is a great source of iron—something many toddlers don’t get enough of. Opt for ground beef with no more than 10% fat. Ingredients…
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Very Veggie Pasta

This high-fiber pasta sauce can be used over pasta or meatloaf, or even as a pizza sauce; 1- to 2-year-olds can eat it on pasta as finger food. Ingredients 1…
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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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