Kid-Friendly Grilling Recipes

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Summer often means grilling out in the backyard and cooking for a crowd. When you throw your next backyard gathering, consider these three easy kid-friendly grilling recipes from Hey Grill Hey to add to the menu, and please picky eaters.

Smash Burgers

Simple ingredients make this burger easy and kid-friendly. A thin burger patty is perfect for little hands, too. Gather up your favorite burger toppings, buns, and meat. These patties will cook quickly to be ready to eat. Heat up your griddle, form your patties, combine ingredients for the sauce, smash patties on the griddle, add some seasoning, toast your bun, and you are ready to assemble your smash burger any way you would like.

Grilled Potato Wedges

It is basically a proven fact: kids love fries. There is no shame if that is all you can get them to eat some nights. These grilled potato wedges are a kid favorite and approved by adults. This side dish also cooks up quickly. Cut russet potatoes into wedges, and toss them in a large bowl with melted butter and a ranch seasoning packet. Place the wedges cut-side-down perpendicular to the grill grates. Cook for about 5 minutes and flip the wedges to the other side. Enjoy!

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Grilled Peaches

Nothing rounds out a good backyard grill out like a delicious summer dessert, and these grilled peaches with cherry balsamic glaze are the perfect treat. Cut peaches in half and remove the pit. Grill cut-side-down and mix up the cherry balsamic glaze. After about 3 or 4 minutes, flip the peaches over and grill for another 3 to 4 minutes. Drizzle over the glaze and serve!

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