Cooking with Kids
The key to making the dinner hour more fun? Get your kids involved in the cooking with simple tasks and easy recipes even the littlest chef can master.
This festive, four-ingredient treat makes a sweet, take-home gift for party guests.
Our easy recipe lets you bake up a tasty breakfast you can enjoy at home or on the go.
These crunchy beans coated with Parmesan and panko are as addictively tasty as the french fries that inspired them.
Turn a weekend breakfast into a berry yummy event with this simple recipe for the classic French pancakes.
Wish your child would try carrots and spinach? This quick pot-sticker project may make her less picky.
A collection of step-by-step meals, snacks, treats, and more that you and your child can make together.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar talks about her new baking mixes company Foodstirs and getting kids into the kitchen.
A slice of fruit is hidden inside each of these scrumptious breakfast treats.
Two movie snack classics--popcorn and Raisinets--get top billing in these showstopping treats
Let kids fill these scrumptious baked goodies with the flavor of summer berries.
Grab your kid and get in the kitchen! A batch of tasty muffins will help start your day off right.
Mashed sweet potatoes play the starring role in these savory, panfried cakes.
We tell you how to foster your little chef's interest in the culinary arts.
Sweet dried fruit and spicy cinnamon give a new twist to this version of the ballpark classic.
Put the kids in charge of holiday party snacks with this surprisingly simple recipe
Tempt everybunny in your family with this wholesome twist on veggie chips.
These super-moist squares let kids bake two tasty desserts in one.
Flavored with sweet cranberries and toasted pecans, this twist on classic cheese balls is a hit with guests of all ages.
Transform post-holiday fare into a comforting stew the whole family will savor.
Kids can customize these Asian-inspired shrimp roll-ups with their favorite combination of fresh veggies.
Kelsey Nixon talks about her new cooking show, supermarket shortcuts, and cooking with her son Ollie.
These ultra-cool, supersafe cooking gadgets will get little ones pouring, blending, and spreading in no time.
Once your kid learns how to make this tasty treat, she's going to want it all the time.
If your kids are craving sushi for dinner, skip the Japanese restaurant and show them how to roll up a batch at home.
No ice-cream machine is required for this summer cool-off treat. Plus, kids can customize it with their favorite flavors.