RM Supper Club – Featuring Jessica Seinfeld

Jessica Seinfeld may be married to a famous comedian, but she’s made a name for herself getting kids to eat beets and families to sit down to delectable and nutritious home-cooked dinners. She inspired us with her first book Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food, providing creative ways to hide pureed vegetables in kids favorite meals.  Her latest cookbook, Double Delicious!: Good, Simple Food for Busy, Complicated Livesis a must-have with quick and easy recipes that the entire family will love. She is a true RebelMom inspiring all of us to live well and eat well. You can find more recipes and cooking tips on her site doitdelicious.com. Enjoy her recipe for Slow Cooker Lasagna, as well as meal ideas from RM & RM Readers.

One Pot Kale & Quinoa Pilaf – Food52.com RebelMom Reader!
My fellow foodie and mommy-to-be, Gabriela von Pfetten, recommended this recipe. She claimed it was “absolutely delicious.” I can’t say the title or the key ingredients made me salivate, but I checked out a dozen reviews and it definitely seems to be a hit. People say this recipe converted their husbands into kale-lovers!

Photo by Shara Shatz for Food52.com

15 Quick Fixes for Rotisserie Chicken – Family.com RebelMom Pick!
Rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store is always good to have on hand. I use it to top salads, pizza, or for a quick chicken soup. My husband makes killer BBQ sandwiches by adding a little BBQ sauce and mayo. Family.com has some more interesting uses for rotisserie chicken…

Macaroni & Cheese with Cauliflower – RealSimple.com RebelMom Pick!
I love mixing-up standard mac & cheese recipes. The cauliflower makes it taste more like a casserole. Next time, I’ll throw in some peas and rotisserie chicken. I also exchanged the reduced-fat sour cream for fat free sour cream.

Photo by Maria Robledo for RealSimple.com

Sweet & Spicy Cashew Chicken – CanadianLiving.com RebelMom Pick!
This recipe tastes great on top of brown short grain rice. I also added some sauteed bok choy with a little oyster sauce as a side.

Check back next Friday for more meal ideas from RebelMom and the amazing mommies who support this site.

If you have suggestions on how to improve on any of these recipes, please post your comments below or send me your recipe recommendations via my contact form.

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