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Not only do kids want fun foods such as Squeeze and Scribble Pancakes, Caramel Corn Commotion, Flying Saucer Chicken Quesadillas, Whatever Pizza and Dalmatian Cupcakes-they want have fun reading the recipes. Every page is lavishly illustrated with ...
Not only do kids want fun foods such as Squeeze and Scribble Pancakes, Caramel Corn Commotion, Flying Saucer Chicken Quesadillas, Whatever Pizza and Dalmatian Cupcakes-they want have fun reading the recipes. Every page is lavishly illustrated with characters and icons that appeal to the hip 8-12 set. Great colors and a photo of every recipe make this book jump off the shelf-it practically boogies through the kitchen.
No only do the recipes look great-they really work. Why? Because every recipe has been kid-tested. Say good-bye to leadballoon cakes, cookies that only crumble, or main dishes that are mainly disappointing-any kid can tackle these recipes with confidence.
In addition to the fifty terrific recipes, there are great party ideas complete with tempting treats. Try indoor camping or a spooky Halloween party-everything you'll need is right here. And, formatted in a sturdy, concealed spiral binding, this book takes it lying down-on the counter, on the table-wherever it's easiest for busy cooks.
If your kids are ready to go wild in the kitchen, take Betty Crocker along ! The results will be fantastic, and your kids will have a blast. Best of all, you can feel confident that the recipes work, that your kids will enjoy themselves, and that your kitchen will still be one piece when the cooking is done!
Provides information on safety in the kitchen, cooking terms, measuring, nutrition, and more along with recipes designed for young people to make.
1. Bring On Breakfast!.
2. Let's Have Lunch.
3. Snacks & Drinks.
4. On the Side.
5. Time for Dinner.
6. Delicious Desserts.
Helpful Nutrition and Cooking Information.
Metric Conversion Guide.
Flying Saucer Chicken Quesadillas
Preparation Time: 15 min; Cooking Time: 4 min. each; Makes: 5 servings
Adult supervision required
Pizza cutter or kitchen scissors
10 flour tortillas (6 to 8 inches across)
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 bag (8 ounces) shredded Monterey Jack cheese (2 cups)
1 cup chopped cooked chicken
Salsa, if you like
1. Brush 1 side of each tortilla with some of the vegetable oil, using the pastry brush. Put 5 of the tortillas on the cutting board, oil sides down.
2. Sprinkle the cheese evenly over the 5 tortillas. Sprinkle the chicken evenly over the cheese. Top with the rest of the tortillas, oil sides up.
3. Put 1 quesadilla in the skillet. Cook over medium-high heat for 2 minutes. Flip the quesadilla over, using the pancake turner. Cook for about 2 minutes longer or until bottom of tortilla is light golden brown and cheese is melted. Take quesadilla out of skillet, using pancake turner. Repeat with the rest of the quesadillas.
4. Cut each quesadilla into 6 triangles on the cutting board, using the pizza cutter or kitchen scissors. Serve with the salsa, if you like.
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Looking for an easy way out? Build the quesadillas on a cookie sheet, and bake them in a 350 degree oven for 5 to 7 minutes. Remember, adult supervision is still required.
1 Serving: Calories 400 (Calories from Fat 205); Fat 23g (Saturated 10g); Cholesterol 65mg; Sodium 540mg; Carbohydrate 27g (Dietary Fiber 2g); Protein 23g
% Daily Value: Vitamin A 14%; Vitamin C 0%; Calcium 38%; Iron 12%
Diet Exchanges: 2 Starch, 2 1/2 High-Fat Meat
Posted March 5, 2010
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