I am always looking for meals that my kids will eat without complaining. Don’t get me wrong, they’re really good eaters and eat almost everything I cook. But having 3 kids, the chances of at least one person not liking the meal are pretty high.
One of my girls doesn’t enjoy Mexican, so I was fully prepared for her to turn her nose up at these burrito bowls. Surprisingly, I was wrong…All 3 kids LOVED these! And they were super easy, so WIN-WIN for Mom!
Seasoning of choice (I used cumin, chili powder, garlic salt, salt, and pepper)
Variety of mix-ins (avocado, black beans, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, and sour cream)
- Heat oil in skillet. Season chicken. Place in skillet. Flip several times until cooked.
- Cook rice according to package directions.
- While chicken and rice are cooking, chop and prepare your mix-ins.
- Assemble bowl to liking.
The girls loved being able to choose their own ingredients.
They even asked for seconds!
A few weeks ago, I found a fun section at Walmart next to the frozen vegetables. There was riced cauliflower, zucchini spirals, carrot spirals, and more! I grabbed a few packs, having no clue what I would do with them.
This week, I used the riced cauliflower with some things I had on hand.
(Get the Everything seasoning at Trader Joe’s or Amazon!)
1. Heat oil in skillet Season chicken(I used 3 strips) with Everything seasoning and pepper before cooking.
2. Sauté sweet potatoes in skillet with oil.
3. Microwave cauliflower in bag. Season with salt/pepper.
4. Microwave green beans.
5. After I put it on my plate, I realized I wanted it all mixed together so you could just dump it all in a bowl together!
I love that it makes enough for 2 meals! Great for supper and lunch the next day, or meal prep for 2 lunches.
Here is a quick, easy recipe with 4 ingredients that you can enjoy as an appetizer or main meal with sides.
Pillsbury Crescent Dough
Trader Joe’s Everything But the Bagel seasoning (Purchase here!)
Roll out the dough. Sprinkle with seasoning.
Place a layer of meat on the dough.
Place a layer of cheese on the meat.
Roll up the dough. Slice into smaller pieces (depending on how thick you want them). Place on the tray face up, as shown below.
Sprinkle more seasoning on.
Bake 10-12 minutes on 350 degrees.
The second time I made these, I used a Pillsbury Pizza Dough Sheet instead, and we liked these much better! They were less bread-y.
I served these with salad, chips, and frozen peas.