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Old 08-07-2008, 02:16 PM   #11
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my friend feeds her 2 (1 1/2 & 6) morningstar & boca.
also leaves goldfish crackers, chex, cheerios, eggs, & cannedveggies out fer them to snack on. they usually eat that stuff & more fer din din.
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:10 AM   #12
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How bout hobo dinners/tin foil dinners.

Take a large piece of tin foil
1 hamburger patty
sliced onion
sliced carots
sliced potatoes
peas
salt and pepper
butter
lay down a thin layer of onion and potato on the foil. Place the patty on top of the onion and tatos. place carots and peas ontop of patty with salt and pepper along with butter. seal up foil tightly and place in fire pit. Times will vary because a open fire pit will have different temps based on wood. or you can place them in hot charcoal or the oven for 30 minutes at 400* if cooked on fire, be careful when checking doneness. if not cooked all the way, reseal and place back in fire

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also try other seasonings as well. Post your results
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Old 08-24-2008, 03:29 PM   #13
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Dee,
I have no idea how I missed this thread dear. I have tons of Disney recipes that kids love! I will begin to type them for you and PM them. Your little one will love them just as much as my kids do.
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Old 08-24-2008, 05:33 PM   #14
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oh before you go to any trouble they aren't the same as these are they??
http://family.go.com/food/pkg-dinner...kg-casseroles/

found this site like a week ago....great recipes with or without kids!

But if you have any others I would love them! Thank you so much!
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Old 08-25-2008, 03:08 AM   #15
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Pizza, it`s pretty easy and allows for creativity at almost all stages, from shaping/handling the dough to what and where you put on the top.
I make mini pizzas with my daughter all the time and she`s only 3.
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Old 08-25-2008, 09:55 AM   #16
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Quote:
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oh before you go to any trouble they aren't the same as these are they??
http://family.go.com/food/pkg-dinner...kg-casseroles/

found this site like a week ago....great recipes with or without kids!

But if you have any others I would love them! Thank you so much!
No Dee. These are not the same. The ones I have are authentic recipes that are served at Disney World. Some are: Cinderella's Pumpkin waffles, Goofy's Smart-Start Oatmeal, Teasure Muffins, Rafiki's Fruit Kabobs, 101 Dalmation Puppy Chow (sort of like Monkey Munch), Jimmy Cricket's Sandwich, Kanga's Marvelous Melon Shakers, Pluto's Bar B Que Beans and Dogs, Elephant Stew, etc. There are all sorts of rice recipes, sandwiches, corndogs and lots of yummy stuff the kids love. Let me know if you're interested.
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:22 PM   #17
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Chicken In a Sleeping Bag always makes me smile:

http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/sho...aspx?rid=13902

You could use fish sticks or cocktail hot dogs in place of the chicken.

I always liked fish sticks & mac & cheese, tuna melts or grilled cheese & tomato soup.

How about:

Turkey meatballs & spaghetti

Mini meatball calzones (w crescent roll dough)

Tortelini kebabs - tortelini, salami (cut in small chunks), halved cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, csmall chunks of cheese. Place on skewers & drizzle with zesty Italian dressing.

Fish Tacos

One dish meals you could make ahead:

Baked ziti (w ground beef, chicken or turkey), sneak in some chopped green peppers or spinach & mushrooms

Ravioli lasagna

Enchiladas

Stuffed shells or Manicotti - sneak in veggies like spinach or broccoli

Here's a tasty-looking Mini Manicotti recipe:
http://www.bhg.com/recipe/poultry/mini-manicotti/

Tuna burgers/patties - combine tuna, egg, bread crumbs, chopped onion, lemon pepper seasoning, form into patties, sprinkle with flour & fry. Serve on whole wheat buns w lettuce & tomatoes.

Tacos - ground turkey, chicken or beef

Pinwheel sandwiches or tortilla wraps w chicken or turkey breast, lettuce, tomatoes, avocado

Cream cheese on walnut raisin bread & fruit salad

Tuna Dogs:
Prepare your fave tuna (or chicken) salad & place in hot dog buns. Sprinkle with shredded cheddar etc. Put under the broiler till cheese melts.

Homemade Hot Pockets - you could use crescent roll dough & fill with shredded chicken/bbq sauce/cheddar, ham & cheese, chicken, brocolli & cheese - or make pizza pockets.

Keep lots of fruit on hand for snacks - apples, oranges, grapes, bananas, etc.
Raisins
Fruit salad
Frozen yogurt pops
Pudding cups
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Old 08-25-2008, 08:16 PM   #18
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wow so many great ideas thank you so much Amy!

And Dina those sound wonderful, is there a websight that has those or are they only in a cookbook? I would hate for you to have to type too much out. Maybe if you want to post one or two every now and then that would be wonderful thank you!
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Old 08-25-2008, 09:40 PM   #19
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Some of my son's favorites include...babaganoush, hummus, edamame, egg salad, (fresh baked not canned) tuna or wahoo salad, cheese, match stick carrots, guacamole, mango, raspberries, bananas, apples, quasadillas, chicken, toasted pine nuts, tortellini, spanakopita, scrambled eggs, all soups. I use a tray with separate compartments & put something different in each one. He feels like he has so many things to choose from.
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Old 08-25-2008, 09:53 PM   #20
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well sounds like you don't have a picky eater in your house! Lucky you!
I've tried to avoid using the trays with different compartments too much to serve my DD's food since I have actually met a handful of people with phobias or very strong dislikes of allowing their food to touch AT ALL! I thought it was so strange the first time someone told me that if anything she is eating touches something else on her plate she will NOT eat it! I thought maybe she was a strange cookie but then I kept hearing others say the same thing.... So I just wanted to try and avoid the same strange phobia starting in my DD....it most likely would not but just to be on the safe side!
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