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.

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How to Bake Focaccia Bread With Your Kids
One way to turn your kid on to vegetables? Let them use tomatoes, peppers, and more to transform crusty-chewy (no-knead!) bread into an edible masterpiece.
Chrissy Teigen 'Struggling' to Find a Meal Her Daughter Wants: 'Spending My Days Making a Menu'
Cravings author Chrissy Teigen vented on Twitter about her 2½-year-old daughter Luna Simone's very particular appetite.
11 Easy Ways to Get Kids Cooking
Cooking with kids can feel daunting (the knives! the mess!). But these bite-sized tasks are perfect for getting children of all ages into the kitchen.
See How Toddlers Fare in Gordon Ramsay and James Corden's Hilarious 'MasterChef Junior Junior' Spoof
James Corden and Gordon Ramsay are on the hunt for America's youngest great home cooks—even if some of them are babies.   
22 Ways to Make Cooking With Kids More Fun
Scared they’ll get hurt? Scared they'll get flour everywhere? Hate to waste food? Chefs, food bloggers, and nutritionists dish on how they train their kids in the kitchen—and keep it fun for everyone. 
Banana Bunny Pops
For a healthier Easter treat, make these Banana Bunny Pops. Kids will love dipping the banana pieces in melted blue chocolate and adding candy eyes and noses.
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PB&J Crispy Treats
Upgrade your go-to rice crispy treats recipe by adding some chunky peanut butter to the mixture, then spreading strawberry jam between two layers.
Easter Sandwich Idea: There's a Hare in My Lunch
Add some Easter love to the kids' lunch boxes by creating rabbit shapes with a cookie cutter from slices of white and wheat breads. On the side, serve mini versions of bunny's fave food.

6 Kid-Friendly Pancake Upgrades

Let your kids create their own pancake breakfast with these yummy mix-in ideas.