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

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A freezer full of fruity yogurt pops can tame a hungry crowd when everyone is clamoring for a tasty snack or a zany breakfast on the run.
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Berry Yogurt Pops

Breakfast in a glass? A perfect idea—especially when kids can do it all themselves, and even make it ahead.
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Scrumptious Yogurt Parfaits

It‘s an easy lunch or dinner, as refreshing as spring itself. Be sure to use fresh basil for this dish—there’s no substitute for its bright taste.
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Bright Green (Pesto) Spaghetti

Kids love making faces—with food! These peanut-butter snacks have lots of personality and healthy ingredients.
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Peanut-Butter Bears

A busy day doesn’t have to mean take-out. With English muffins, a jar of sauce, shredded cheese, and toppings, you've got a meal in minutes.
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English-Muffin Pizzas

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

With this easy, creamy cocoa recipe in hand, your kids are the baristas (and you help with the heating).
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Hot Cocoa and Cinnamon Cream

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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Cookie-Mix Gift

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


Which of the following old-school thrills would your child find most exciting?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following old-school thrills would your child find most exciting?
Hitting a baseball or sinking a basketball for the first time
10% (5 votes)
Going on a theme-park ride for the first time
37% (19 votes)
Getting a puppy (or other pet) for the first time
41% (21 votes)
Riding a bike or trike for the first time
12% (6 votes)
Total votes: 51