Cute as a muffin
Maybe it's the built-in portion control or maybe it's the adorability of big people food scaled down to kid size. Either way, these muffin pan dinners seem to please eaters of all ages. Bonus: Leftovers make great grab-and-go lunches the next day.
Tip: To help these spaghetti and meatball "nests" hold together better, add one or two beaten eggs along with the Parmesan cheese to the cooled spaghetti before arranging them in the muffin pan to bake.
The recipe says to cut the wonton wrappers into circles, but you can also leave them as squares for a more rustic look (plus less work for you).
"Very flavorful and moist. Pretty kid friendly too, and a good way to get some extra veggies in." — CC<3's2bake
"My girls didn't want me to make meatloaf until I found this recipe." — Danielle Baird
"My kids absolutely loved it! It was one of the few meals where they actually asked for seconds!" — jennie
"Pot Pie Cupcakes Haiku: 'Forgot to review! Made these awhile ago, but we liked alot!'" — Rock_lobster
"These are a great crowd and kid pleaser. I made them in my mini muffin pan and they were just the perfect mix of hot dog and breading. My pickiest eater said they were 'fabulous!'" — Foodymom
To keep these mini pizzas from being too "bready" several reviewers split the biscuit into halves instead of using a whole biscuit for each pizza.
"This was the perfect kid friendly busy night meal. Even quicker if you make the meat mixture ahead of time." — Nina7Nevada