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

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Making homemade ice cream is a fun way to involve kids in the kitchen.
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Make Ice Cream at Home

Encourage your kids to get creative with fruit salad. Kids can help cut, mix, and serve these fun waffle-cone treats.
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Fruit-Filled Waffle Cones

What’s a tea party without these classic shortbread cookies? T
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Easy-Bake Shortbread Cookies

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

Kids, fill a plastic bag with spicy sugar-cookie ingredients. Mom or Dad, print the recipe card. And presto, you’ve got a gift that’s truly homemade.
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Homemade Cookie Mix

Here’s one gift even the littlest child can help with.
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Easy-Peasy Holiday Gift

The warmth and good smells, the love that goes into preparing a meal, and sharing at the table make memories that can last a lifetime.
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No-Bake Pumpkin Pie

Get your young chefs excited for dinner by involving them in the kitchen with these kid-friendly Thanksgiving recipes!
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Turkey-Day Food Kids Will Love

Help your kids develop a love of pumpkin (just like you and your pumpkin spice latte!) with these easy pumpkin pancakes.
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Yummy Pumpkin Pancakes

It doesn’t have to be Halloween, and kids won’t need your oven to transform plain cookies, pretzel sticks, raisins, and peanut butter into creepy-crawly but supertasty “spiders.”
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No-Bake Spider Cookies

These yummy—and healthy—seasonal snacks will keep your kids happy and satisfied between meals, and they’re quick and easy to make!
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10 Fab Fall Snacks

Let your kids help you take DIY lunch options to another level.
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Brown-Bag Lunches

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