Finding recipes for kids to make is an important step in getting your kids in the kitchen. Something that they are going to be able to get right in there either helping or completely making it on their own. You also want to find something that your kids are going to enjoy eating, making something they don’t like to eat isn’t the best idea.
Finding the Perfect Recipes for Your Kids
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These are some amazing recipes that your kids are going to love getting in the kitchen and making these with you. Getting your kids in the kitchen is just one of the great benefits of homeschooling your kids. They get to learn many life skills from cooking alongside of you.
Kids in the Kitchen
Recipes that your kids are going to love making with you, or on their own!
Making muddy buddies are a tradition in our house. They are the perfect sweet treat to make with little kids since they love stirring and licking their fingers clean! Adults also love this irresistible snack!
These Mini Chocolate Cornflake Cakes are delicious crunchy and sweet little treats packed with dark chocolate. Made with 4 ingredients only with no refined sugar and ready in 15 minutes, these No Bake Chocolate Cornflakes Bites make the most addictive sweet snack both you and your kids will love!
One day I was strolling through the baking aisle and came across the Jello section, I mean, instant pudding -what's not to love? Then I saw it, caramel flavored instant pudding. This recipe idea instantly came to mind. These tasty caramel apple cream puffs are easy to make, definitely involve the kids.
Simple sweet and classic, this Cuban guava and cream cheese cracker recipe is as Cuban as it gets. Served at any time of day, this snack is perfect for unexpected company, to eat during homework breaks, or with your morning cup of coffee.
Kids will love helping make dinner with this simple recipe for easy pepperoni pizza muffins! They take less than five minutes to put together, and are a quick dinner or meal for a busy day on a tight schedule.
Join Chef Maggie and her daughter Claire in the kitchen to teach you how to make oatmeal blender pancakes. You can cook alongside Maggie and Claire and create this delicious breakfast (or lunch or dinner)!
This simple granola is one of the first recipes that I get my kids to make because it's super forgiving if you goof a bit on measurements. Plus, they can mix it up with their hands which they think is super fun!
Gluten-Free & Vegan Cut-Out Sugar Cookies that taste exactly like the sweet, buttery, tender delights from your favorite childhood recipe! With a simple sugar-free and natural colored icing, these top-8 allergy-free treats are perfect for any holiday, party, or celebration! Easy to make and fun to decorate!
Feel like a fancy dessert chef when you whip up this colorful Cotton Candy Burrito. Have fun with the colors and additions to this sweet treat while wowing friends and family. It’s quick and easy to toss together, and makes for a modern or unique dessert for parties, get togethers, and more.
These two-ingredient Mini Cherry Pies are so easy and addictive that kids would want to get in the baking action. Tart and sweet cherry pie filling pairs with a buttery flaky crust to make the perfect dessert to impress.
Our family looks forward to rolling out a batch of these no-cook bites of energizing sweetness - it's so easy to make that even the littlest hands can get involved—there's no chopping or heat required!
Once you experience the thrill of stirring up a batch of no-cook, fun to eat, Berry Vanilla Chia Seed Pudding, you and your kids may skip store bought snacks forever! The ingredients in Chia seed pudding make a magical transformation, so it's a terrifically fun snack to make with the kids with quick payback.