Healthy Kids Meal Plans

Try our delicious healthy kids meal plans, designed by EatingWell's registered dietitians and food experts to help your kids eat healthfully and get the nutrients they need.

Healthy Kids Meal Plans
1-Day Back-to-School Kids' Meal Plan
Help kids make the grade with healthy foods to fuel brain power and give them the energy they need.
1-Day Back-to-School Kids' Meal Plan
Help kids make the grade with healthy foods to fuel brain power and give them the energy they need.

Healthy Kids Recipes

Summer Vegetable Sesame Noodles
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Squash noodles elbow out some of the starchy ones to give this cool sesame noodle salad a veggie boost. This easy healthy recipe comes together in just 20 minutes, so it's great for weeknight dinners. Pack up any leftovers for lunch.
Gluten-Free Eggplant Parmesan
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This cheesy baked eggplant Parmesan has no breading, which means it's easier to make than the traditional version. There's no dredging or frying--instead, the eggplant is roasted until tender before being layered in the casserole dish with a tangy homemade tomato sauce, mozzarella and Parmesan cheese. And without breading, this satisfying eggplant Parmesan is also gluten-free!
Rainbow Veggie Wraps
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There's definitely a sushi vibe to these kid-friendly wraps, which are stuffed with vegetables, cheese and hummus and then rolled and sliced. Serve them with store-bought green goddess, a creamy herb-filled dressing, to take it up a notch with ease. They look impressive but they're easy enough for kids to assemble themselves for an easy lunch or dinner.
Israeli Salad with Challah Croutons & Feta
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Cucumbers, tomato, parsley and feta are the basics of an Israeli salad, which is as common at breakfast as at any other meal. Here, fluffy challah croutons make the dish a sort of mash-up of the Lebanese bread salad fattoush, made with pita, and a Tuscan panzanella. It's just the kind of cross-pollination modern Israeli food is known for. And for you, it's a healthy meal that's ready in 25 minutes!
Grilled Spring Onions with Romesco Sauce
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If you can find torpedo onions, try them in this healthy grilled recipe. These long, cylindrical purple onions, similar in flavor and texture to leeks, soften and caramelize to a sweet finish on the grill. You can find them at farmers' markets in spring or fall. Any spring onion or even 1-inch-thick slices of sweet onion make a good substitute.
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