Kid Approved Menu, { Menu Plan }

Ultimate Kid Approved Menu – Kid Friendly Meals – A Week of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snack Ideas

These recipes are my most-loved by the kids at my school.  There are a ton of opportunities to add more veggies to your kids diet in the meals that they love the most!  What is your kids favorite meal?  

Want more kid-approved meals?  Scroll down for free printable kid-friendly one-month meal plans with a grocery list and recipes that will keep both your stomach and your wallet full!

Breakfast – granola, yogurt and berries
Lunch – grilled cheese, tomato soup and peaches
Dinner – beef stroganoff and green beans
Snack – string cheese and crackers

Breakfast – french toast and sliced apples
Lunch – chicken nuggets, broccoli and pears
Dinner – spaghetti with marinara sauce and mixed veggies
Snack – graham crackers and peanut butter

Breakfast – mini bagels, cream cheese and bananas
Lunch – macaroni and cheese cups, buttered peas and apple slices
Dinner – chicken fried rice and broccoli
Snack – animal crackers

Breakfast – oatmeal and clementines
Lunch – english muffin pizzas, corn and strawberries
Dinner – sloppy joes and sweet potato fries
Snack – pretzels and apple slices

Breakfast – scrambled eggs and melon
Lunch – tacos, corn and bananas
Dinner – cheesy chicken, broccoli and rice casserole
Snack – apple sauce

Breakfast – cereal and bananas
Lunch – pb&j, carrots and dip and clementines
Dinner – pierogies and mixed veggies
Snack – goldfish and raisins

Breakfast – pancakes and apple slices
Lunch – ravioli, green beans and peaches
Dinner – tatertot casserole, corn and peas
Snack – cheese and crackers

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41 thoughts on “Ultimate Kid Approved Menu – Kid Friendly Meals – A Week of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snack Ideas”

    1. My son went through that stage. I always gave him just what he would eat and a small spoonful on his plate of soemthing new to try. Making sure that the food is separate and doesn’t touch seemed to help for me. If you’re looking for some more ideas, shoot me an e-mail. I deal with feeding kids daily that do not like to eat! lindsie@momsbistro.net

  1. Nacho Wednesday is almost holiday in our house. My boys love to get creative with toppings. If I manage chicken or vegetables from meals a few days before, I’ll offer them as topping and make use of left overs!

  2. Ladies, have any of you received your copy of the recipes? I have been having issues with my account which has not allowed me to send any mail 🙁 If not, please send an e-mail to lindsie@momsbistro.net and I will send you your kid-friendly menu planner right away!

  3. I Just found this site and I love it! Great menu ideas. Next year I am ging to (finally) be a stay at home mom and this is exactly what I have been looking for!

  4. My kiddo’s favorite is pizza bites. We found the recipe on Pinterest. You can find a version of them here http://therecipecritic.com/2012/08/stuffed-pizza-bites. I have to admit, they are really good! But they aren’t terribly healthy, so I usually pair them with 2 veggies and a fruit. My son’s favorite veggie is frozen shelled edamame just barely defrosted. We get the seapoint farms ones in our freezer aisle and then run them under hot water for a minute.

  5. I have found all of the recipes – I apologize for the delay. Switching to a new computer and I lost all of my files! You should all have them by the end of the week!

    Lindsie 🙂

  6. My kids love chicken tacos! Marinate your meat in McCormick Chicken Taco Seasoning mixed with orange juice, cook it up, add some refried beans, put in a tortilla with all your favorite toppings-my kids eat it up!

  7. My boys like the whole wheat waffles with nutella or peanut butter then top with sliced bananas. Their fav is hot dogs cut up and scrambled in with their eggs, my 5 year old put ketchup on this. we also do whole wheat tortillas with nutella or peanut butter wrap a banana in the tortilla then slice into bite size pieces.

  8. I have been looking everywhere for this
    this is everything my kids eat and it helps so much cause my son is going to school now . My son loves sushi

  9. Anything that gets the kids involved in the cooking/preparing process are the best! One of my favorites I like to do with the kids I teach is sushi! I let them smash the bread, slice up the veggies or fruit (depending on the type), assemble, roll, and eat! We also do a dessert sushi using rice krispies and fruit roll-ups!

  10. My LO loves her ‘redneck sushi’ and applesauce . Simply mac and cheese with hot dogs that I cut in half and then cut 8 “arms” into it and boil. She eats it everytime.

  11. Oh Wow I wish I had found this earlier please keep me posted because I was spending so much money on junk food that I want to put my kids on a healthy eating plan on a budget!

  12. My sons favorite meal is chicken nuggets, mac n cheese and mixed fresh fruit bowls. My daughters favorite meal is soft tacos, rice, beans, and mixed fresh fruit bowls.

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