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He may be a celebrity chef, but to Jamie Oliver's four kids, he's just a dad making a healthy dinner. And it doesn't stop at his own table: He's on a mission to get every child to eat better. This recipe adapted from "Jamie Oliver's Great Britain," by Jamie Oliver, published by Hyperion. copyright 2012. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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Few things delight young cooks as much as kid-sized food. These zesty turkey sliders, served with baked potato wedges, are a perfect fit for little hands -- and little appetites. Give these burgers and "fries" a healthier, more kid-friendly spin by baking them in the oven (no spattering grease!). Just make sure a grown-up handles the pans.

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Sarah Carey says, "Sometimes I just need a chicken potpie. You know what I mean? But I don't always have time to make the read deal. Enter this every-bit-as-satisfying substitute: chicken-potpie pasta, ready in about 30 minutes. If you have a little more time, try a dumpling variation (about 45 minutes) or the classic (about 1 hour). All are a clever way to use up leftover chicken.

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Sarah Carey says, "Sometimes I just need a chicken potpie. You know what I mean? But I don't always have time to make the read deal. Enter this every-bit-as-satisfying substitute: Chicken and Dumplings, ready in about 45 minutes. If you have a little less time, try a pasta variation (about 30 minutes); if you have a little more time, try the classic (about 1 hour). All are a clever way to use up leftover chicken.

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Loaded with fall flavor, apple brownies mix up as quickly as the chocolate version -- just the thing for a school bake sale. Any sweet, firm variety of apple will work in this recipe, which was developed by John Bunker's friend Amy Traverso. Recipe adapted from "The Apple Lover's Cookbook," by Amy Traverso.

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A bit of black food coloring in the candy gives these carnival sweets a dark twist. To serve them, insert wooden sticks, and slide black-and-white straws over them.Usually cheerful candied apples take a menacing -- and haunted-houseworthy -- turn when cloaked in sugary black shells.

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In the spirit of Dr. Frankenstein, we created a hybrid that combines two classics: candy corn and the old-fashioned dots you used to get at the dime store -- perfect for party favors or classroom treats.