The Foods We Loved As Kids

As kids, we all had our favorite foods that we’d beg our parents to make for dinner. Keep reading for a list of great foods from our childhoods, and learn why it’s great to eat these foods as adults, too!

Here is a list of great childhood favorites. Click the name of the recipe to get the full directions to how to make it, as well as a great picture!

The Top 10 List of Foods I Loved as a Kid

Alphabet Soup

Hot Dogs Under Wraps

Corn Flake Chicken

Apple Cinnamon Mickey Mouse Pancakes

Cinnamon Rolls

Creamed Corn

Meatloaf with a Twist

Pizza Bagels

Cheesy Tater Tot Casserole

Chicken Fingers with Honey Mustard Sauce

VOTE! Tell us your favorite childhood food, whether it’s from this list or it’s a family secret. Yours might make it onto the big list!

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  • http://www.healthy-eating-support.org Suzy

    Homemade cranberry sauce. Yes, I was a weird child!

  • Deedee

    When I was a kid I only at chicken nuggets, fries and pickles…and to think I was so skinny as a child, who woulda thought!

  • Susan Diamond

    Mustard sandwich on white bread. Every single day.

  • http://Recipe4Living Leslie

    My favorite was meatloaf made with Cambells vegetable soup. Sadly, I have never found this recipe published.

  • Terry Sabon

    My Mom was very creative in the kitchen. With 6 kids she found a lot of use for leftovers. She made the greatest croquets you every ate. Yes there were times we named them the mystery meat dinner but when any of us think of them our tummys actually rumble as if to say OK I’m Ready, and we just smile.

  • Beth Weisleder

    corn on cobb, macaroni & cheese, Spaghetio’s were my kid’s favorites. I loved peanut butter & jelly on Wonder white bread. RAW peas,string beans,broccoli, any fruit & most vegetables that were were cooked. My Lithuanian GRANDMA worried that I was so slender(NOT NOW)so she’d make potato pancakes, crepe’suzettes’,which I LOVED. Miss you Grandma & sad that I didn’t get that ‘cooking gene’ :)

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