Let your kids help in the kitchen with these great ideas for kid friendly recipes. These recipes are not only a great learning experiences, but also food that everyone will have fun making too!
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Use tofu, vegan mayo and turmeric to simulate the taste, texture and color of eggs.
Quiche is easy to throw together, and the crust is flakey and buttery.
This sweet mashup of cheesecake and quesadilla is a rich, creamy end to a meal.
This healthy-eating choice can quickly become dinner by adding chicken.
Nutella fans will love this similar spread that you can make at home.
Combine the flavors of two belly-warming comfort foods in one satisfying dish.
Make these healthy, gluten-free snacks that have no added sugar or fat.
Use ripe bananas for a sweeter, more intense flavor. It also ensures it stays moist longer
This flexible meal features hummus, carrots, and avocado rolled in collard greens.
Relax with a stack of Fall-flavored waffles with maple syrup.
Throw together some of the best autumn ingredients of all into a batch of granola.
One of the great flavor combinations - strawberries and cream make a frozen treat.
In honor of the host country, make a batch of these chocolate truffles for a native treat.
For an easy drink, blend up watermelon for a perfect Summer treat in minutes.
Edible flowers are a great garnish and look beautiful in this Mother's Day treat!
With only four ingredients, this simple breakfast is also absurdly nutritious.
Frozen puff pastry is a quick way to make a tart in roughly 15 minutes.
Try these cherry chocolate creations the next time you need a sweet treat.
Coated in chocolate icing, the flakey crust is filled with marshmallow cream and chocolate
Make a bowl of salted caramel popcorn for a snack. The quality is worth the extra effort.
Acai is considered a "superfood" that boosts the immune system and metabolism.
These smoothies are a healthy and delicious way to use your cranberries.
These tender pancakes are perfectly fluffy with the flavor of buttered popcorn.
Rye isn't just for bread! You can also use it in desserts for a nutty flavor.
Get two tricks for making homemade granola bars stick together when baking.