Cooking with kids
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Kids would love to help make these delicious snacks - and you don't need a stove or an oven!
SistersSimplySewing saved to Cooking class
When it comes to food, kids can be picky. Especially when one kid wants one meal and your other kids want another meal! Here are 100 crazy easy recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and
Sadia Haris saved to Snacks
Bringing kids into the kitchen not only teaches them valuable skills that will serve them well later in life, it gives you time with them. And we all know that time is precious. Start using the time you're making dinner to involve the kids. There are nights where you're eating on the run or you have company coming and it might not be the best time to have a little one helping you. But, on the nights where it's just the family and you don't have any place to be, involve your kids in the…
Julie Laverty saved to Cooking with E
Introduce toddlers and kids to the kitchen! Cooking with kids is fun and rewarding and these recipes are perfect for them to help you make!
Kathryn Pemberton saved to My Mini Me's!
20 No-Bake Recipes For Kids are fun, and easy snack recipes kids can make. Recipes include cheesecake, energy balls, fruit and frozen treats.
Mariloo Madden Bester saved to Recipies
Want an easy dinner idea? Let your kids make Ham and Cheese Roll-Ups! There are very few ingredients, multiple variations, almost no clean up, and kids eat more on nights they cook!
- • 1 Deli sliced ham
Bread & Baked Goods
- • 1 Pizza crust
- • 1 Cheddar cheese
Homemade Pop Tarts that only need THREE ingredients to make! I bet you didn't know how easy these are to make at home?! Make this easy breakfast idea or any of the other 100 Crazy Easy Recipes for Kids in just minutes!
- • 1 small jar Strawberry preserves
Baking & Spices
- • 1 Sprinkles
- • 1 container Vanilla frosting
Bread & Baked Goods
- • 1 box Pillsbury pie crust, refrigerated
Bliss Romero saved to Breakfast
These kid-made M&M energy bites are totally tasty and really simple to make! Let your kiddos help you make some for a fun after school snack!
Jenny Niebrugge saved to Recipes
Getting a little bored of sandwiches in the school lunchbox, and wanting to include some different vegetables, we thought we'd make some yummy Cheese and Veg Muffins. Involving the children in the cooking process meant they were much more likely to give them a try and it gave us plenty of opportunities for chatting about foods and healthy eating, as well as engaging the kids in the math, science, literacy and kitchen skills that come with cooking. We've previously made a savoury ham, cheese…
Connie Clark saved to Breakfast
Making soft pretzels with kids is fun, especially when you form them into letters and numbers!
Maureen Guerin-Porter saved to Boys and girls club