Have you tried jello painting? This Valentine crafts for kids is a fun way to encourage kids to make cool art projects and perfect for Valentine’s day.
Do you remember the Cosby Show? I used to love that show and one of the things they ate was Jello Pudding Pops. It dawned on me that my children have never had a pudding pop. I decided to do what all moms do and make them. I need recipes that do not have nuts or diary so this is a greta one since it is a nut free recipe for kids. I am always on the hunt for cute ideas since my kids have nut allergies. This was an easy recipe that my kids could make. It can easily be altered for kids with dairy allergies.
Box of pudding
Peeps or jelly beans
Make pudding according to the directions just replace the milk with rice milk
Two cups of cold rice milk
Then pour in the pudding mix and mix, mix, mix, and mix for two minutes. This is when the kids get to work!
Put your bunnies in your mold. I bought this mold at the Dollar Tree.
Then add the pudding and freeze. Once they are frozen I did pop them in warm water to get the pop out quickly.
I am a huge fan of fun things you can do in five minutes for check out the peeps projects below for more fun and easy ideas.
another Kids easy recipes is this recipe for peach mango pops
I love to cook with my kids. I especially like when I can make something quick and easy with them. I know that kid jello recipes are both yummy and tasty. I also know as a mom whose kids go to a nut free school that nut free school treats are necessary. I also know that time is of the essence so we decided to make this cute St. Patty’s day party themed cup.
Open up your jello cup then stack a couple of clouds (marshmallows on the toothpick (you could use a straw)
Cut the fruit roll up in strips. Then fold them in half. You can add extra clouds with the whip cream. The rolo is the pot of gold.
Prepare fun stuff for St. Patrick’s Day, check out these:
I was thinking of some creative kids recipes today and stumbled across a really cute recipe on Pinterest, where you made a jello mold using a can of pineapples. I will be honest, that didn’t happen. And you know what? That is ok! This recipe still turned out to be super yummy. (if not a little messy) Sometimes I need a reminder that I am not a perfect pinterest cook, and this was one of them! So I’m going to share the recipe with you, and hope you still like it, even if it isn’t perfect. All you need to make this recipe is a packet of your favorite jello and a can of pineapples!
Step 1: Make your jello according to package instructions. Open your can of pineapples and drain out all of the juice. Pour your jello mixture in the can of pineapples and put them in the fridge for a few hours.
Step 2: After your Jello has had time to firm up, take them out of the fridge and gently slide a knife around the sides of the can and pour the pineapples out. Serve cold and enjoy!
My little girl loved this recipe, and it can be a pretty healthy snack if you grab some sugar free jello!
Topic: Creative Kids Recipes