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7 surprising food combinations your kids will love

These surprising food combinations are not only unexpected but unexpectedly delicious.

By Hannah Terry-Whyte

7 surprising food combinations your kids will love

7 surprising food combinations your kids will love

Bacon Buttermilk Pancakes

Bacon makes everything better. These pancakes are the perfect balance of sweet batter and salty bacon. Try them with chocolate chips too!









Get the recipe: Bacon Buttermilk Pancakes








7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Emily Cumming

Chili Mac

The bold (but not too spicy) flavours of chili merge with the classic comfort food in this oh-so-cheesy chili mac.









Get the recipe: Chili Mac








7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Erik Putz

Chocolate Beetberry Bread

Chocolate and beets come together to make this yummy treat that can be enjoyed as both a snack and a dessert. 









Get the recipe: Chocolate Beetberry Bread








7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Ryan Szulc

Island Shrimp Burger

Forget about traditional beef burgers with ketchup and introduce your family to a whole new world of flavour. These island burgers are packed with shrimpy goodness and sweet pineapples. Serve them with English muffins for another twist. 









Get the recipe: Island Shrimp Burger 








7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Maya Visnyei

White Chocolate Crunch

What do you get when you combine chocolate and potato chips? The perfect sweet and salty snack. 









Get the recipe: White Chocolate Crunch








7 surprising food combinations your kids will love

Baby spinach BLT salad

Maple syrup in your salad? Trust us, it tastes great! Now watch them enjoy their veggies! 



Get the recipe: Baby spinach BLT salad


7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Maya Visnyei

Red Lentils with Sweet Potato and Apricots

This Moroccan-inspired stew is both savory and sweet with lentils, sweet potato and apricots. The sweet taste of the potatoes and apricots will have them gobbling up the fibre-filled lentils. 



Get the recipe: Red Lentils with Sweet Potato and Apricots


7 surprising food combinations your kids will lovePhoto: Maya Visnyei

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This article was originally published on Oct 03, 2013
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