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Our Family is very fond of Cookie Butter and we love discovering new ways to incorporate it into our desserts. Any excuse to hop in the car and head to Trader Joe’s to stock up is reason enough. This week we decided that we were going to try our hand at this Kid Cupcake Recipes Chocolate Cookie Butter Cupcakes. Now I was pressed on time this week so I used a boxed cake mix and doctored it up and it turned out fabulous. I did make the frosting from scratch so you can consider them homemade. Once you try this recipe you will want to make another batch because they will disappear before your eyes. Continue reading
Fruit is a big part of snacking in our house and lately we have been consuming watermelon, grapes, cantaloupe and honeydew. We were in the mood for something different so we decided dessert would be my daughter’s mission. She decided to make a kids fruit salad recipes. I told her I would give her a budget and she had to stick with it. We visited our local specialty grocer, so the prices were a little higher than the local Krogers or Meijers,so her budget was $10.
Kids Halloween Recipes:It’s that time of year again, the time for changing leaves, cooler temperatures, fun costumes, and pumpkins! Fall is my favorite time of year, and Halloween is my favorite holiday, so anytime I see a new fall themed recipe I must try it! This Kids Halloween Recipes: Pumpkin Fluff was SO easy to make and it is absolutely delicious. My little girl has been eating it up since I made it. It tastes like pumpkin pie (but it’s much easier to make)
My family loves Taco Night! It’s quick, easy, and one of the few meals that all four of us can agree on. I try to always keep our pantry and fridge stocked with taco supplies for whenever I need a throw-together meal.
One evening, I was all set to make tacos and realized that I didn’t have any taco seasoning. It occurred to me that I probably already had everything I needed to make homemade taco seasoning in my spice rack. So I hopped online and found out what spices are usually included in pre-packaged taco seasoning mix. I had them all – I combined them and it turned out great! Here’s the mix that my family likes. You can adjust it to suit your own tastes. My kids like their foods a bit spicy – if yours have more sensitive palates, you may want to cut back on the chili powder and red pepper.
Your homemade taco seasoning will be ready to go in just minutes! Once the meat for your tacos is browned or fully cooked, add the seasoning directly to the meat. I like to start with 2 teaspoons and then add more to taste. Slowly add water to the pan and bring the meat to a simmer until it’s saucy and seasoned just the way you like it!
My kids love to help by measuring and stirring the spices. It’s a great sensory activity, too – you can let your kids smell, taste, and feel the different textures of each spice. I like to double this recipe so that I always have some on hand – just be sure to store it in an airtight container.
Cooking with our kids can provide a great learning experience that they will always remember. You not only create lasting memories but they learn cooking skills they will use the rest of their life. I also love the math and science lessons they learn without even knowing they are learning. So grab your kids and head to the kitchen to recreate these delicious treats.
Combine your child’s favorites with mini marshmallows and they will be asking for more Jello Salad.
Applesauce doesn’t have to be loaded with sugar. Let nature sweeten the pot with this delicious recipe that Grandma made. This will easily become your favorite recipes kids can make applesauce recipe.
Party time is anytime with these delicious cupcakes made portable with ice cream cones. The options are endless when you supply your little ones with toppings galore. Sit back and they will decorate with ease.
Leftovers are given new life with this delicious lasagna recipe your kids will fight over making. Delicious flavors and ingredients will have this become a family favorite.
Bright colors make these pops everyone’s favorite snack. These bright colors will grab the attention of every kid at the lunch table and your child will be the star of lunchtime.
Delicious pudding and cookies create these unique cups that give a new meaning to eating “dirt.” The gummy worms add just the right touch of “ewww” to make them appeal to every little kid. Grown-ups will love them too.
There won’t be gold at the end of this rainbow but there will be happy faces. Create this colorful milkshake as a special treat or as reward for a job well done.
Perfect for giving and receiving your little ones will love to mix up these nests. Watch them enjoy the deliciousness of candy eggs.
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My kids don’t always eat yogurt but it in a drink form and they go nuts for it. Buying drinkable yogurt get very expensive and it is not very filling. With a few simple ingredients you can create a drink that your kids will love and you will know that it is very healthy. These make great breakfasts for on the go or a quick snack at the end of a busy day.
I don’t just cook with my 9 year old. My 17 year old niece and 14 year old son got in on the fun and helped create this delicious smoothie. They both agreed that it was delicious and liked the blend of flavors.
Follow these simple steps to create this Delicious Kid Smoothie Recipes!
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