One way we can really bless our children is to give them skills in the kitchen that will help them eat better and control their food budget as they approach adulthood, and I’m excited to be talking about cooking with kids.
Our girls really seem to have blossomed as we’ve given them more responsibilities in recent months — in the kitchen and around the house in general — and I’m enjoying having their help in the kitchen much more than I did when they were younger!
While it’s important to involve kids in the everyday food prep as well, let’s take a look at some really fun recipes that kids can either help with or make on their own, depending on their age and skill level.
Source: Muffin Tin Shaped Pizzas | Wilton
Source: Homemade Peanut Butter | Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures
Source: Snake Dogs | Cooking with My Kid
Source: Fruit Kabobs | The Finer Things in Life
Source: Cheesecake-Stuffed Strawberries | Food for My Family
Source: English Muffin Pizzas | Plan to Eat
Source: Creamy Cranberry-Stuffed Celery | Kraft Recipes
Source: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sushi Rolls | Jif
Source: Slow-Cooker Vanilla Applesauce | Saving & Giving