Simple recipe to cook for lunch....?!

Question: Simple recipe to cook for lunch....?
So basically, I am watching a bunch of little kids for some friends while they are out of town.. They said their favorite food was "franks and beans"... easy enough. I was wondering if any of you had any good tasting, yet PLAIN recipes that I could make for everyone (all children under 5) who are all picky eaters..Idea's?


Franks and Beans Burritos, my kidos love em....You will need:

1 package Flour Tortillas
2 cups cooked chicken
1 can Franks and beans, drained
1 cup shredded cheese
1 cup picante sauce (optional)
2 two fresh avocados, sliced

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Remove tortillas from package. Wrap tortillas in foil and place in the oven for 10 minutes. Remove from oven. Set aside.

Combine, chicken and beans in a medium size bowl. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and fold back one edge. Microwave on High power for 3 minutes. Stir mixture, cover and microwave on High power for 2 more minutes; set aside.

Unwrap tortillas and lay on a flat surface. Distribute chicken, beans, cheese and picante sauce evenly onto each tortilla. Fold into a burrito shape. Place burritos in a large casserole dish and heat in oven for ten minutes or until warm. Top each with avacado.

I'm a mommy! :-)

I recommend any pasta recipe, pasta and cheese, pasta and vegetables, pasta and any ground meat, chicken pasta and so on. Important pasta and + anything you have at home. I have a son, he is 32 month and he loves the pasta

Go to the frozen food section of your grocery store and buy Chicken fingers or chicken nuggets, corn dogs are also good for kids. Buy mac n cheese, that's simple enough.. or simply drive them through a McDonalds or Burger King!

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