Many families have a picky eater. As you are preparing your children for the new school year, you may stress about packing an edible lunch for those who choose to eat only a select amount of food. The following are recipes that even the pickiest of eaters can get on board with. The best part? They are super easy to make too!

1. Super Crunchy Sandwich

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You’ll need raisin break, butter, peanut butter, bananas, honey, and granola for this recipe. Spread butter on one side of both slices of bread. Then spread the peanut better. Top the peanut butter with thinly sliced bananas and a bit of honey. Finally, add granola over the honey. Next, heat the griddle to medium and book until sandwich is golden brown. Do the same for the other side. Viola, you’re done. Your kiddos will love this recipe!

2. Potato Cakes  

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Image by: Tina Rupp via parenting.com

Mashed potatoes are generally a kid-friendly food. Try mixing it up with this potato cake recipe made from leftovers. With a prep time of 10 minutes and a cook time of another 10 minutes, you’ll whip up a snack that will please your picky eater and get rid of your leftovers.

3. Mini Pizzas

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Image by: JS Patch Work via Parenting.com

These aren’t your ordinary mini pizzas. This healthier recipe will fuel your kid all day long and tastes good too! Grab some English muffins and top each half with marinara sauce. As a tip, add broccoli or spinach to the sauce to get some greens into the food. Then, sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top. Bake at 350 for 5 minutes and it’s ready to go. You can make a few extra and wrap them up for an on-the-go snack during busy days.

Make those school day breakfasts and lunches a cinch with these kid-friendly recipes. Do you have any recipes that your children enjoy? We’d love to hear about it on Facebook or Twitter.