Cooking for Kids
Articles with kid-pleasing recipes + easy recipes for kid´s to make.
Cooking with Tara [offsite link]
From Need A Recipe?... Call Mom!, safety rules for kids in the kitchen, kids recipes, and links to the best sites for many more kids recipes.
Back to School Lunch Box Help
Does your child's new lunch box hold a meal that's nutritious and well balanced? Eating a healthy lunch enhances learning ability and supplies energy for the rest of the school day.
Baking with Kids [offsite link]
In "Baking with Kids" you´ll find scrumptious kid-friendly recipes, safety tips and a personalized baking certificate that kids can download once they´ve completed their baking project. You´ll also find more useful techniques and activities that will help children have a safe, fun and rewarding time in the kitchen.
Breadworld´s Just for Kids [offsite link]
Kids will find out all they need to know about baking bread. Try recipes written just for kids - bake not only loaves but fun shapes in fun colors.
Other features include a Teacher´s Guide and Certificate of Achievement.
Children with Diabetes - Reader´s Favorite Recipes [offsite link]
These recipes are mostly sugar free! Each is on its own page to make it easy for you to print a copy. Recipes marked GF are gluten free for celiac.
Cooking for Kids
Kid-pleasing recipes and articles with advice about cooking for kids from BellaOnline´s Cooking for Kid editor.
Dole 5-A-Day Kids Cookbook [offsite link]
Trees In A Broccoli Forest, Burrito Banditos, and a Fruity Breakfast Parfait are just a few of the recipes in Dole´s Fun with Fruits and Vegetables Kids Cookbook.
Dominoland [offsite link]
Recipes for lots of kid´s treats and party goodies.
Easy Kids Recipes [offsite link]
All the easy recipes in this collection are easy, quick, delicious, and kid pleasing. So if you´re a busy mom or dad, and you need to cook for kids in a hurry, try these recipes. And if you´re a kid, these recipes are easy to make, too!
Food Guide Pyramid for Kids [offsite link]
The USDA Food Guide Pyramid for Kids features guidelines for healthy eating.
Fun in the Kitchen: Teaching Your Kids to Cook (from Table Talk: Raising The Kids) [offsite link]
Younger children might be too little to do very much, but you can teach them about nutrition. This article offers advice on what kids can do according to their age.
Fun Parties for Kids from Betty Crocker [offsite link]
Party Themes complete with menus, recipes, and ideas for decorations and games. First Birthdays, A Kids´ Firehouse Birthday Party, A Scavenger Hunt Birthday Party, A Turkey in the Straw Birthday, A Pet Lovers´ Birthday Party, A Kids´ Birthday Carnival, Fishin´ Fun, Splashin´ Fun, and A Stargazing Sleep-Over are just a few examples.
Honey Recipes for Kids [offsite link]
A great selection of kid pleasing recipes from Honey.com.
Jello Kid´s Favorites [offsite link]
Here´s creative kid´s recipes from Jello
Kids Can Cook Chocolate Holiday Bears [offsite link]
With pudding mix as its base, the dough for these chocolate cut-out cookies is easy to work with. Kids will love cutting out the bear shapes, then dressing up the bears by decorating the cookies.
Packable Lunch Recipes from Sunkist Kids [offsite link]
Stumped for brown-bag ideas your kids won´t trade away? Get creative. Think outside the breadbox. Try one of these ideas, add a piece of fruit, a whole grain cookie and milk money, and you´ve got the stuff great lunches are made of.
Pork 4 Kids [offsite link]
Recipes for kids from Pork - The Other White Meat
Quaker Toddlers [offsite link]
Especially for you and your little one...find out about toddler nutrition, parenting a toddler, age-appropriate activities and product information. You can also have age-specific information delivered right to you through our Quaker Toddlers newsletter.
Recipes Kids Can Cook [offsite link]
Easy to make recipe ideas for kids from Skippy Peanut Butter
Sunkist Kids [offsite link]
Citrus Yogurt Sundaes, Coconut Orange Smoothies, Strawberry Orange Frosties and other yummy recipes from Sunkist.com
The Child Care Nutrition Resource System [offsite link]
The Child Care Nutrition Resource System provides you with recipes, resources and information on preparing nutritious meals and food safety. It´s developed by the National Agricultural Library´s Food and Nutrition Information Center and the University of Maryland Department of Nutrition and Food Science in collaboration with USDA´s Food and Nutrition Service.
Tips for Getting Kids to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables [offsite link]
Dole 5-A-Day offers a number of tried and true techniques for getting kids to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Wholesome Baby Foods from Scratch [offsite link]
Making your own baby food is convenient, and can save you money. Nutritionally, it´s hard to beat the wholesomeness of foods right from your kitchen. You can feed baby some of your family´s regular foods knowing that they are free from the additives and fillers found in some store-bought baby foods. Read more....
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