There are so many great foods that start with the letter M. If you have picky eaters or you're stuck on what to make, then this is the perfect article for you. We've got a couple of great recipes for you to try with your kids, along with some other ideas for “M” dishes. Let's get into it!
Microwave Caramel Corn
2 Bags microwave popcorn
1 Stick butter
2 cups Brown sugar
1/3 cup Karo white syrup
1. Pop 2 bags of microwave corn. Put the popped kernels in brown paper bag.
2. Boil the following ingredients for 5 minutes on stove: 2 cups brown sugar, 1 stick of margarine, 1/3 cups of Karo syrup (white), stirring constantly.
3. Carefully pour mixture onto popcorn and mix.
4. Place in microwave oven for 1 minute and then mix again. Tear open bag and let cool.
3 cups Puffed rice cereal
1 cups Dry-roasted unsalted peanuts
1 cup Raisins
1 cup Dried apricots; chopped
1/3 cup Margarine
1/2 cup Peanut butter
1 lb Marshmallows; large
1. In a large bowl, combine cereal, apricots, raisins and peanuts.
2. In microwave safe 13×9 inch baking dish, melt margarine and marshmallows on high 2 minutes. Stir.
3. Add peanut butter. Cook on high 2 minutes longer.
4. Stir until blended. Add cereal mixture to dish. Toss until well coated.
5. Working quickly, with greased hands, form into balls, using about 1/2 cup mixture per ball. If mixture begins to cool and harden, cook on high 30 seconds or until softened.
1. Add a couple of drops of food coloring to cream cheese, mix until blended.
2. Spread the cream cheese mix onto the round cracker. Put several mini marshmallows on top.
3. Spread cream cheese mix on a second cracker, and turn over to place on top to form a sandwich.
Other “M” Foods Kids Will Love
If you're still in need of more ideas for your kids' meals, then we've got you. Let's check out some other “M” foods that you can give to your kids:
- Marble cookies. These swirled cookies are sweet and chocolatey, exactly what kids love. These are perfect for dessert, or to send to school with your kids as part of their lunch.
- Macaroni and cheese. What kid doesn't love mac and cheese? There are thousands of recipes out there for homemade mac and cheese, or buy the boxed variety from the store. If you opt to go with the latter, then try finding a boxed variety that comes in fun shapes. Kraft often releases co-branded varieties of their mac and cheese, featuring cartoon characters and other child-friendly themes.
- Mangoes. Fruit is never a bad choice, and mangoes are no exception. They may be hard to come by depending on the season and where you live, but if you can find them they're a great option for your kids. You can also use them for smoothies and as an addition to yogurt!
- Manicotti. This stuffed pasta is filling and comforting, making it a great choice for your whole family. Buy the shells pre-made from the store, and mix together your own filling. Manicotti are typically stuffed with a ricotta cheese mixture.
- Macarons. Not to be confused with the similarly-named macaroons, macarons are a meringue-based dessert that's similar to a cookie. They can be challenging to make right, but with the correct recipe and some practice, you'll have a tasty addition to your kids' lunches.
- Meatballs. Meatballs don't have to just be a side for spaghetti. They can be their own meal! Make meatball subs, or try a meatball crockpot recipe.
- Meatloaf. Meatloaf is a cozy American classic. It's simple to make, and with the right sauce on top it's truly delicious. Your kids will love this if you serve it with French fries and a hearty amount of ketchup.
- Mint chocolate chip ice cream. If you want a simple dessert that starts with M, why not pick up a pint of mint chocolate chip ice cream from the store? This distinct flavor is reminiscent of Thin Mints, one of the most popular flavors of Girl Scout cookies. Everyone in your family is sure to love it.
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