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Kid Friendly Recipes for Busy Moms - That Sassy Mom

 Here's a collection of super easy, kid-friendly recipes that are not only delicious but also budget-friendly. 

Get ready to make mealtime a joy for both you and your little ones!

- That Sassy Mom

Cheesy Veggie Quesadillas Recipe:


Flour tortillas

Shredded cheese (cheddar or Mexican blend)

Bell peppers, diced

Corn kernels (frozen or canned)

Olive oil or cooking spray


Place a tortilla in a pan, and sprinkle with cheese, diced bell peppers, and corn. Top with another tortilla. Cook until the cheese melts and the tortillas are golden. Slice into wedges for a cheesy delight.

Peanut Butter Banana Roll-Ups Recipe


Whole wheat tortillas

Peanut butter

Bananas, sliced

Honey (optional)


Spread peanut butter on a tortilla, place banana slices, and drizzle with honey if desired. Roll it up and slice into bite-sized pieces for a tasty and energy-boosting snack.

Mini Veggie Pizza Recipe:


English muffins or mini pizza crusts

Pizza sauce

Shredded mozzarella cheese

Assorted veggie toppings (bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, olives)


Spread pizza sauce on the muffins or crusts, sprinkle with cheese and add your favorite veggies. Bake until the cheese is melted and bubbly for mini pizzas that kids can customize.

Baked Sweet Potato Fries Recipe:


Sweet potatoes, cut into fries

Olive oil

Paprika, garlic powder, salt


Toss sweet potato fries with olive oil and season with paprika, garlic powder, and salt. Bake until crispy. A healthier alternative to regular fries, these are sure to be a hit.

Easy Veggie Pasta Salad:


Cooked pasta (fun shapes work well)

Cherry tomatoes, halved

Cucumber, diced

Black olives, sliced

Italian dressing


Mix cooked pasta with cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and black olives. Toss with Italian dressing for a colorful and flavorful pasta salad.

Fruity Yogurt Parfait:


Greek yogurt


Mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)


Layer Greek yogurt, granola, and mixed berries in a cup or bowl. Repeat the layers for a delightful and nutritious parfait that doubles as breakfast or dessert.

Rainbow Fruit Kabobs Recipe:


Assorted fruits (strawberries, pineapple, grapes, kiwi)

Wooden skewers


Thread bite-sized fruit pieces onto skewers, creating colorful and kid-friendly fruit kabobs. A fun and healthy snack for little hands.

Banana Pancake Pops:


Mini pancakes (store-bought or homemade)

Bananas, sliced

Wooden popsicle sticks


Skewer mini pancakes and banana slices onto popsicle sticks for a playful twist on pancakes. Serve with a side of maple syrup for dipping.

These super easy, kid-friendly recipes are not only budget-friendly but also designed to make mealtime enjoyable for your little ones. 

From cheesy quesadillas to fruity yogurt parfaits, these recipes prioritize simplicity, flavor, and fun, ensuring that your kids will love every bite. 

Happy cooking!