We have no trouble getting the kids in the kitchen when it comes to baking a sweet treat, but it’s a bit more of a challenge sometimes when we’re making something savory. Check out these tips and fun recipes that will keep the kiddos entertained and nourished this summer.
From chicks to bunnies and lambs, check out how to make these sweet spring animals into fun Easter treats.
Become an expert on baking the favorite Scandinavian cardamom and cinnamon roll pastry in your own home kitchen.
Are chicken fingers and mac and cheese getting tiresome at dinnertime? Kids’ tastes can put a damper on the dinner menu—but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Lunch boxes filled with soggy sandwiches, snacks and lacklustre fillings may have been acceptable, but this generation of youngsters have discerning tastes.
Eating like a kid can be fun. Try your childhood favorites with a new twist and some added booze. It’s the best of both worlds.
A great way for kids to have fun with, and be interested in learning about veggies.
Small turkey meatballs that pack big flavors. Easy to make, fun to eat and great straight from the fridge.
Chef Julie Frans is committed to spreading the message of the importance of eating healthy and putting the rainbow on children’s plates.
The kids enthusiasm for Chuck Norris was evident, but the knowledge of herbs questionable. Three weeks later, they were herb experts.
A delicious kid friendly no bake cookie from Grace Cherubino of Food Corps.
A trip to the Pierre Herme store in Paris is an essential part of becoming a miniature gourmet.
Suzie Castello with some valuable Parisian tips for the traveling foodie family.
Kelsey Hilts with some valuable tips on how to get your kids to appreciate an old fashioned home cooked meal.