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Kid-friendly treats, snacks, and meals that kids can help make and enjoy. 

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Kids in the Kitchen
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Kids in the Kitchen Carrot Fries

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Kids in the Kitchen Hummus

This adorable treat is just too cute! Plus, it’s easy to make. Kids get to dip and decorate these chocolate-cherry mice.
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Adorable Chocolate Mouse

Kids can experiment with their favorite toppings to create these simple but festive treats for snacking or sharing.
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Fancy, Tasty Pretzel Rods

These edible snowmen are the perfect treat for winter birthday parties or holiday celebrations.
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Yummy Meringue Snowmen

These seven great midday meals will take the chill out of the air!
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What’s For Lunch Today?

One recipe, lots of choices. You host the bash and let the kids bake dessert.
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The Most Charming DIY Cookies

Apple Crisps
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Kids in the Kitchen Apple Crisp

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:
Let the kids work it out. (They’ll have to learn that skill eventually.)
27% (13 votes)
Step in to ease tension and help solve the problem.
67% (32 votes)
Chirp, “It’s snack time!”
4% (2 votes)
Vow to never invite that child for another playdate.
0% (0 votes)
End the playdate early.
2% (1 vote)
Total votes: 48