There aren't a ton of words that start with Q, so how limited are your options when it comes to Q recipes your kids will love? Surprisingly, not as limited as you might think. We've got a great recipe for you below, along with some suggestions for other Q foods your kids will love. Let's get into it.
Quick Cookies recipe
1 cup white corn syrup
1 cup granulated sugar
4 cups cornflakes
1 1/2 cups peanut butter
1. Combine sugar and corn syrup and bring to a boil just so that the sugar dissolves. Add peanut butter and stir until it is smooth.
2. Stir in the cornflakes.
3. Line a jellyroll pan with wax paper. Drop the cookie mixture by teaspoon while still warm. Let cool, then serve.
Other Q Dishes Your Kids Will Love
We've got a good number of other Q dishes that your kids will love right here. Let's check them out.
- Quesadillas. Quesadillas are often filled with chicken and cheese, two foods that many kids love! Your kids will also love the chance to eat these with their hands rather than a fork and knife.
- Quadretti pasta. Made from leftover pasta dough, Quadretti pasta is a cozy and comfy meal to serve your kids. It has a lot of healthy carbs in it, too, so you can rest assured knowing you're feeding your kids well.
- Quail. A quail is a small bird popular around the world. If your kids love chicken, why not give quail a try? Prepare it with herbs, butter, and mushrooms for extra flavor.
- Queenfish. This fish will be easier to find if you live on the Pacific coast, but you may be able to find it elsewhere. Sometimes, taking a break from birds and red meat is good. Try using this fish in a fish fry for a meal your kids will love.
- Quarter pounder. Maybe you don't feel like cooking. If so, that's totally okay. You can still enjoy a Q dish when you eat out! Head on over to McDonald's and grab Quarter pounders for your family. Alternatively, if you do feel like cooking, you can always make these at home!
- Quark cheese. This unusual cheese tastes like a combination of Greek yogurt, sour cream, and cottage cheese. That might sound odd, but it really works! This is a cheese that all ages will love. It can be incorporated into other dishes, or eaten on its own as a snack.
- Qatayef. This is an Arabic dish that consists of dumplings filled with cream, cheese, nuts, and raisins. You can pick and choose which of those fillings you'd like to use. These work great as a dessert or as part of dinner. You could even include them with your kids' lunches!
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