This colorful and flavorful Indian curry is simple to make. If you prefer, use 1 lb. of boneless, skinless chicken breast instead of the chickpeas. If these ingredients are unfamiliar to your kids, you may need to start them off with the naan dipped in a little bit of the mixture until their taste buds mature.
You can enjoy the fresh tastes of summer all year long with sweet and juicy canned or fresh tomatoes and crunchy and delicate frozen or fresh corn. You do need to add fresh basil to complete the flavor trio, but because it can be grown indoors it’s still doable. We’ve melded the flavors of Italy and Mexico by adding a hint of cumin and lime.
This 5-ingredient soup, suggested by Scramble fan Maggie Martin, is simply delicious and so easy that you may even have time to let the kids help you make it (or make it for you if they’re old enough).
This warming soup is packed with flavor and is super soothing on a chilly evening. Recipe tester Nikki Wolf said, “My oldest (8) made a face when he saw it but then really enjoyed it!”
This is a rich and hearty stew that is surprisingly quick to prepare. If you suspect that your kids won’t eat this all mixed together, leave aside some chickpeas and spinach for them to eat separately with the pita.