This week's recipe features a Halloween favorite: Baked Monster Eyes. It's a quick and tasty meal, easy to serve so long as everyone has the nerve!
cooking with kids
My daughters love to help make food. There are so many benefits to getting kids in the kitchen, I don't even know where to start. But, the short list includes:
Kids on the go need fuel! When you wake up in the morning, your body is like a car that has been on a long drive and hasn't been to the gas station. It needs its tank filled! The similarity ends there though. People fuel up in the kitchen after a long night's sleep.
Bread, butter and cheese. These three simple ingredients are combined in a variety of ways with various extras and cooked to golden brown. The result is America's favorite sandwich -- the grilled cheese.
Fun to make; delicious, and nutritious! What more can a parent ask! How many of us have struggled to get our kids to eat vegetables? This method may be sneaky but it is yummy and healthy, too!
Apples and fall go together. A day in the snippy autumn weather, a tasty treat or a creative craft media; the apple furnishes it all. Try out these edible treats shared by a preschool teacher!
Hot Cross Buns were once traditionally served on Good Friday and through the Lenten season. Each bun has an icing cross on top as a reminder of Christ. Whether you celebrate the holiday or not, the time taken to make these yummy treats will create fun and delicious memories!
Whether they're fine, medium, wide or extra-wide, egg noodles conjure up images of mom's chicken noodle soup, classic tuna casserole, or even a sweet kugel. Noodles are a feel-good food. Check out your noodle knowledge and they whip a batch of your own!
Whether you are entertaining a crowd for a Super Bowl Party or having a celebration fit for just your family, kids love to be included in the process! Here are a few kid-tested and approved recipes that can be prepared ahead of time.
Halloween is the time to break out the fun and easy recipes kids can make. Your kitchen will be bubbling over with monster brew, pumpkin pops, ants-on-a-log, beetle brunch, stuffed snails, centipede surprise and bat cookies!