Last one! Let's compile a list of supper foods for our children so we can refer here for a quick idea!

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asked 10 Nov '09, 06:47

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Do you mean dinner? ;) You must not be a native Californian. hehe

(14 Nov '09, 10:32) Sabrina

Pizza buns are good and relatively fast. Take English muffins and top with your favorite pizza ingredients then bake. If desired, you can make them more healthy by using whole wheat English muffins. These have the added advantage of being easy to tailor to specific food preferences or dietary requirements.

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answered 10 Nov '09, 18:32

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They are also good, because the kids can help assemble them with whatever toppings they want to try. Then you don't have to go through the argument of what toppings go on the pizza if no one has to share their pizza.

(10 Nov '09, 18:43) mkcoehoorn

Chicken Nuggets with Fruit and vegetables.

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answered 10 Nov '09, 06:48

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Tonight we're having pork and apple stew with mashed potatoes and green beans.

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answered 10 Nov '09, 14:07

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My kids LOVE black beans, corn and cheese enchiladas.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Take two cans tomato sauce and one can of paste, season with creole and your favorite spices and mix.
Warm corn tortillas, place one side in the mixture, add cheese, beans, corn and whatever else you like.
Roll and place in a greased pan.
Spread the rest of the mixture on top.
Add more cheese and onions.
Bake for about 15 minutes with foil then about 5-10 minutes without foil.

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answered 10 Nov '09, 16:07

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edited 11 Nov '09, 23:50

What are cheese beans?

(11 Nov '09, 13:43) Meg Stephenson

Sorry, I fixed that :)

(11 Nov '09, 23:50) Lisa C

Compiled answer:

  • Pork and apple stew with mashed potatoes and green beans (Meg Stephenson)
  • Chicken Nuggets with Fruit and vegetables (Melissa)
  • Black beans, corn and cheese enchiladas (Lisa C - linked to answer with recipe)
  • English Muffin pizzas (Kiesa)
  • Frozen pizza (mkcoehoorn)
  • Cheesy rice (mkcoehoorn)
  • Grilled cheese sandwiches (mkcoehoorn)
  • Spaghetti (mkcoehoorn)
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answered 10 Nov '09, 18:47

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Frozen Pizza, Cheesy Rice, Spaghetti, Grilled Cheese Sandwich

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answered 10 Nov '09, 15:02

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