Kids Drink Recipes: Chocolate Smoothie

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Kids Drink Recipes: Chocolate Smoothie! Kids Drink Recipes:I don't know about you, but we are a smoothie loving house! Smoothies are such a great way to get some nutrients, and some servings of fruits (and veggies too!). And if you make them just right, your kids will love them too! This Kids Drink Recipe is my 4 year olds favorite thing to have for breakfast or a snack! It's super easy to make and is packed with nutrients! ...

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Kid Friendly Dessert Recipes: Mousse

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Kid Friendly Dessert Recipes I was so excited to find kid friendly dessert recipes. I have a huge sweet tooth and I know my daughter and littlest does as well. I also tried to gather my wits by having my children cook with me. I was so excited to let my child experience the fun of cooking. I searched high and low for recipes that my children could make that were yummy. I know how wonderful it is to be in the kitchen and make memories. I can say that the memories I have of my childhood usually ...

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Kids Easy Recipes: Fruit Kabobs

Kids Easy Recipes

Let them make their own snack with these Kids Easy Recipes : Fruit Kabobs My kids like to help out in the kitchen but never when I need them to. Today they wanted a snack, while I was in the middle of cleaning. Instead of stopping what I was doing and making them something, I let them make this kids easy recipes: fruit kabobs. I supplied the fruit and toothpicks and they did all the work creating and then eating. ...

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No Sugar Recipe for Kids: Grandma’s Homemade Applesauce

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My Grandma's Homemade Applesauce   When I was a little girl, my Grandma taught me one of her mottos: "Waste not, want not." She was reducing, reusing, and recycling before it was cool - a real trendsetter! One of the ways that my Grandma puts this motto into practice is by turning nearly overripe fruit into applesauce. Instead of throwing the fruit away, she turns it into a delicious, healthy treat - with no added sugar! ...

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Dessert Recipes for Kids: Homemade Doughnuts

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Dessert Recipes for Kids: Homemade Doughnuts My little girl loves doughnuts, and I love saving money! So I found a really awesome recipe for Dessert Recipes for Kids:Homemade Doughnuts! This is a super easy recipe to make, and your kids can make this with you! I think it's really important to engage your kids in your everyday activities, so they can get creative and spend some time with you! Check out how easy it is to make this Dessert Recipes for Kids: Homemade Doughnuts! ...

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Fun Easy Recipes For Kids: Monkey Food

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Fun Easy Recipes For Kids I think that creativity in the kitchen is necessary for a child's development.  Fun Easy Recipes For Kids is a way to help children develop skills in math. When you cook you actually apply a lot of logical thinking and application of processes. I love to make things with my children. I believe that creating fun easy recipes for kids is something everyone can and should do. I believe a good recipe starts with healthy ingredients. They need to be easily food and ...

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Silly Recipes for Kids: Cup of Dirt

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Silly Recipes for Kids: Cup of Dirt Sometimes, you just have to get a little silly with your kids! So I decided to add this fun recipe to our Cooking With Kids series. My mom used to make this for me when I was a kid, and now I love to make it with my little girl! I know it sounds crazy, but it's super fun and yummy! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:4] We had a great time making this Silly Recipes For Kids: Cup of Dirt! It was super easy and fun to make, Kids can make this themselves with a little ...

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Simple Easter Recipes for Kids: Parfait

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Simple Easter Recipes for Kids: Parfait I have three kids and I try my best to cook recipes that they can make. They are still little so the shorter the project the better. This Simple Easter Recipes for Kids was created by my children. They told me what they wanted to make for dessert and well we made it. I feel like cooking should be self directed and finding recipes that allow for creativity is key. This allows your child to problem solve and apply logical thinking strategies. This recipe is ...

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