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Old 09-29-2011, 09:02 AM   #1
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Need a kid-friendly vegetarian dinner tonight!

This is my first post in here. I did not realize DIS had a cooking board until I went looking for a receipe.

My daughter's friend is sleeping over night. Her familiy are vegetarians. I'm trying to think of a receipe that I can also get my kids to eat without complaints.

Any ideas would be appreciated!
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Old 09-29-2011, 03:52 PM   #2
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This is my first post in here. I did not realize DIS had a cooking board until I went looking for a receipe.

My daughter's friend is sleeping over night. Her familiy are vegetarians. I'm trying to think of a receipe that I can also get my kids to eat without complaints.

Any ideas would be appreciated!
Pasta is always a big hit and you can add chicken nuggets or fingers on the side for those who want them. If she eats dairy products you can always do mac n cheese as most kids love that as well.
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I was going to say mac n cheese as well or cheese pie (basically mash potato and cheese but browned like a shepherds pie) again you can add a protein on the side. or how about a veggie chilli/fajitas? Or a veggie lasagne if you ahve time to make it - instead of meat bolognaise sub fresh tomatoes and spinach with a swirl of pesto - yummy! (Keep the regular cheese sauce)
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:43 PM   #4
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Thanks!

I ended up doing a pasta casserole type dish. I figured it would be easy for my kids to (quietly!) pick out/or around the pieces they did not like (ie, red peppers & mushrooms).
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