Foods That Kids Will Love
Yogurt in it's natural form is tasty to some, but turn it into frozen chips and everyone will gobble it up. Fun to eat and make, these frozen treats make a great addition to summer celebrations.
Nutella is a hit among adults and more importantly kids! This chocolate, hazelnut spread is a great addition to a variety of kid friendly foods and makes everything a little more sweet.
Banana boats are one of those fun summer vacation activities that live on as legendary in childhood memories. This sweet snack pays tribute to the float of fun. Kid-friendly thanks to the banana, marshmallow and chocolate ingredients, adults will be a fan of this treat, too.
Bubble gum and cotton candy - the two flavors kids seem to love best! We've taken the first flavor and turned it into a fun sip the kids can enjoy this summer.
Fizzy, creamy and totally sweet, classic ice cream soda desserts are just as much an adult-friendly treat as it is a kid-friendly food. Serve this classic dessert at parties where there's a mixed treat to guarantee sweet success with all your guests!
Sometimes all it takes to get kids to eat their dinner is a clever name and creative use of color. Here, Emily whips up a classic dish - spaghetti and meatballs - but adds some fun with naturally colored noodles and kid-friendly name; Lion's Mane Pasta is sure to be a hit.
Make dessert healthy and celebratory, no matter the day! Paula shares some scrumptious recipes along with an adorable printable party hat the kids can make and wear. Pop on the party hats, serve up dessert and celebrate veggies with the kids!
Lunch gets a totally cool makeover with this camp inspired idea! The kids will absolutely love that their lunch as been made into an edible campsite!
Get creative with your kid's lunch using cookie cutters along with lot's of fruits and veggies to make a themed meal they will be excited to eat.
Soft pretzels are as much adult-friendly as they are kid-friendly foods, but these adorable starfish shaped ones are perfect kid snacks with summertime flair. Have your little ones help you make a batch of these treats for a summer celebration!
Ring in the new school year with this back to school mocktail recipe that's kid-friendly. Parents and kids can toast an A+ school year with our family-friendly Apple Julep.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches have been a kid favorite since they were invented. While the promise of one of these tasty sandwiches is always enough to get kids excited for lunch, turning them into roll-up bites for a campfire snack will ensure you're the hero at their camp out.
Ease first day jitters with some kid friendly foods that are simply perfect for packing in back to school lunch boxes. We've got three recipes for a completely balanced meal that's all about making the first day fun!
Colorful crunchy cereal mixed with marshmallows and popped on a stick not only taste great, they look great, too! This kid-friendly treat inspired by the Oogieloves duo, Lero and Lola, are sure to be a hit.
While kids might object to the deeper tasting goat cheese on its own, when paired with strawberries and fresh basil and grilled, it's a sandwich they're sure to love.