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Recipes for Kids

Recipes for Kids

Getting kids involved in the cooking process is a great way to spend quality time together.  Instill a love for cooking recipes in your little ones that will last a lifetime!

For an easy recipe to make with kids, try one of these. Cooking is a great activity to share with children, to make them a healthy afternoon snack or just to pass the time. Delicious recipes are heirloom treasures to pass down in a family. Start a tradition with the kids in your family today.

  • Time: 60 min
  • Complexity: medium

Strawberry Scones

The ordinary scone is too often plain and dry. This version is deliciously different. Made with fresh, juicy strawberries, it has a moist texture and a buttery flavor that's sure to please. Add a bit of lemon zest and a glittery topping of sugar -- two jobs just right for kids -- and you have a scone that's extraordinarily good.

  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Cinnamon Rolls

No longer is it necessary to go to the local bakery for great-tasting cinnamon rolls made from scratch. With this recipe, you can bake a sweet and buttery batch that everyone will find irresistible.

Tee Time Cake

Make a cake that looks like a golf hole for Dad.

  • Complexity: easy

The Very Tasty Caterpillar

Your child can't help the famously ravenous caterpillar turn into a butterfly, but she can help him metamorphose into a pizza! Shaping and topping dough are perfect jobs for a (supervised) young chef.

  • Complexity: easy

Tuna Fish Sandwich

For a kid-friendly lunch with a protein punch, try this lighter version of the midday classic.

  • Complexity: very easy

Watermelon Sherbet Smoothies

Mark Twain may have described the flavor of a juicy watermelon best by saying, "When one has tasted watermelons, one knows what angels eat" — and he never even sampled one of these frosty smoothies. You may want to consider buying "seedless" watermelon, which has small, white seedpods (instead of black seeds) that are edible and virtually unnoticeable once you blend the melon. For a special touch, serve in tall frosted glasses and top with a sprinkling of mini chocolate chips.

  • Complexity: medium

Winnie the Pooh Cake Pops

With this recipe, everyone's favorite tubby little cubby is no longer stuffed with fluff: He's a tasty cake pop. And since Winnie the Pooh can't go long without his "hunny," you can use extra cake to make delectable Hunny Pot Cake Pops, too.

  • Time: 30 min
  • Complexity: very easy

Wizard Hats

Magical Wizard hats.. as much fun to make as they are to eat.

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