7 Chicken recipes to please children
When you have children at home, it is often necessary to transform the meal on a different adventure. To help, Seara has separated 7 chicken recipes that will win the taste of her little one:
1. Saltenha integral of Chicken Seara and spinach
Whole saltenha of chicken Seara and spinach - Photo: Divulgação / Today has Chicken
Nothing like tasty snack to enliven the afternoon of the children. If it's made with healthy ingredients, then even better! Check out this wholesome spring recipe here and make your child's snack more fun.
2. Quick Homemade Pie
Quick Homemade Pie - Photo: Press Release / Today Has Chicken
How about sending in the lunch box easy to make and very healthy pies? Check out this homemade pie recipe and increase the snacks.
3. Pumpkin pie and chicken with spider web
Pumpkin pie and chicken with spider web - Photo: Disclosure / Today has Chicken
Nothing like a detail to make all the difference in a children's dish! Like this cobweb of flour and butter over a pot pie. Learn the recipe here and see how to create this effect.
If your child loves a hamburger, check out here a healthy yet tasty recipe to insert this delight more times into the day to day of it.
Chicken Burger - Photo: Disclosure / Today Has Chicken
5. Pumpkin Soup with Chicken
Pumpkin Soup with Chicken - Photo: Disclosure / Today Has Chicken
Soups are a great choice for small children who are beginning to deal with dentin. Learn here a delicious soup recipe that will surely please your little one.
6. Chicken cake with spaghetti and vegetables
Chicken cake with spaghetti and vegetables - Photo: Disclosure / Today has Chicken
What child does not like cake? Salty recipes of this delicacy can also be successful! Here's how to prepare a delicious chicken cake here.
7. Grilled pork skewers are fun ways to change the presentation of a lunch or dinner, and can be an added motivation for your child to eat. Learn step-by-step here.
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