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Kids can be a big help in the kitchen! Get them involved in making these yummy recipes for everyone to enjoy.
Whole Grain Cereal S'mores Treats(with video)
Classic cereal treat meets gooey s’mores in this kid-friendly dessert. Heart-shaped cutters make them perfect for Valentine’s Day. Just be sure to save the scraps for yourself!
Funny Face Breakfast
With this build-your-own breakfast, kids can let their imaginations run wild putting together a morning meal that will put a smile on their faces.
Mug Quiche with Bacon(with video)
Assemble these quiches ahead of time and refrigerate, covered, until you’re ready to microwave them.
Banana–Peanut Butter Milkshakes
Somewhere between a milkshake and a smoothie, this shake adds creamy ripe banana and salty-sweet peanut butter to the classic vanilla version.
Apple, Raspberry, and Cinnamon Oatmeal(with video)
Hearty oatmeal is topped with apples chips and freeze-dried raspberries for a breakfast that keeps kids going all day.
Four-Ingredient Oat Waffles(with video)
Conquer lazy weekend mornings with this comforting breakfast classic. To make these waffles gluten-free, use gluten-free old-fashioned oats.
Celery Critters(with video)
Sugar Cookie “Fries”
Kids will be smitten with these cookies that mimic the look of french fries, complete with jam as “ketchup” for dunking.
Deviled Chicks(with video)
Pulse the yolk mixture in a food processor for a super smooth filling in half the time it takes to mash with a fork.
Get kids in the kitchen by letting them measure and add the ingredients to the blender with this better-for-you version of a malt shop classic.
Banana, Coconut, and Chocolate Chip Oatmeal
Make your mornings go so much faster with this special breakfast treat. Made with bananas, oatmeal, and chocolate chips, your kids will love.
Peanut Butter & Maple Dip
This is a great after school snack: The apples provide fiber and the yogurt and peanut butter are packed with protein. Plus, it tastes great!
Mini Cheesy Broccoli Casseroles
Cheese and broccoli, what’s not to love? Even the kids will devour these super-cheesy individual casseroles.
Make one big quesadilla to feed your whole party.
Cheesy Rice and Bacon–Stuffed Zucchini Boats(with video)
For picky eaters who won’t touch anything green, try using veggies as edible vessels like these hollowed-out zucchini stuffed with creamy rice and crunchy bacon.
Savory Crunch Mix(with video)
Skip the popcorn and pack this zesty snack for your next trip to the movies on a hot summer day.
Corn Tortilla Dogs
Instead of being dipped in batter and fried, these corn dogs are wrapped in tortillas and mozzarella. The result is a fun and tasty treat.
Mashed fresh raspberries make a healthier substitute for jelly in this kid-friendly breakfast or afternoon snack that’s a great combo of protein and fiber.
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