Let’s talk honestly here. Have you noticed how “quick” and “family friendly” meals tend to be bland, tasteless and full of overly processed foods? Just because you want to cook dinner in under an hour and have your kids actually eat it (instead of play with it), why does that mean you have to sacrifice nutrition and taste? Well, I don’t think you should!
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It might come as a huge surprise to them, but children can learn to love food that isn’t chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese. I know, huge shocker, right?!
As a mom who also loves eating good food, I refuse to sit by and let my children dictate what we eat. Nope, not happening. That’s why I love recipes like this – super easy to prepare, made with actual real ingredients, and flavored perfectly for kids and adults alike.
This skillet chicken makes the perfect weeknight meal. It takes just a few minutes of hands on work and then bakes for 20 minutes. Plus with real, all natural ingredients, and a taste kids actually like, how can you go wrong? Serve this with a simple side salad or veggie and you have an awesome dinner in about 30 minutes!
Jenni lives in Des Moines, Iowa with her amazing husband, two girls, two dogs who think they are children, and a feisty cat. She is the creator of The Gingered Whisk, a recipe blog dedicated to finding easy, healthy-ish, and tasty weeknight meals that kids and adults alike will love. She is super passionate about helping every member of a family learn to love great food. When not cooking, eating, or thinking about food, she is often hiking around area parks, creating intricate legos castles with her girls, watching nerdy tv with her husband, or curled up in a corner somewhere reading a good book.