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The other day, my oldest girl child came to me and asked me if I could change up what I make for dinner a little bit. I wasn’t sure what she meant by this by after taking a peek at the last few months of meal planning calendars I could see that my dinners had basically been recycling themselves. I mean, hey, if it works why change it? My daughter told me that dinnertime was getting boring. Whaaaat?!? Hold the phone. “Boring?” She said my dinners were getting boring? Ugh. That’s ever mother’s worst nightmare, especially moms who like to cook.
So, I put on my big girl panties and took my daughter’s constructive criticism in stride and sought out to find some different meals to go on the plan. I came across this fabulous meal that claimed to be “kid-approved” and gave it the once over. For one, it contains hot dogs and baked beans so it automatically gained some good ground with me. Those two foods are exactly what kids are looking for. I made the casserole and by golly my kids gobbled it up like hungry little turkeys. Yay!
Recipe and image courtesy of Mr. Food.
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