Kids Recipes (Most Popular)
A Christmas-y twist on a favorite treat!
Turn a snacktime staple into something scary in mere minutes!
Give away these cute clementines instead of candy this Halloween!
This recipe is so good my family (NON-VEGANS and NON-VEGETARIANS) request it for parties!
Start monkeying around at snacktime! These mini peanut butter and banana sandwiches are a fun way to make over a classic.
Scare your party guests with these cheese wheels turned into eyeballs!
Your favorite takeout side dish, made healthier at home in less time.
I don't know a kid who doesn't love the combo of cheese and barbecue sauce. This dish is a swap on mac-n-cheese and BBQ chicken that's quick and grown-up approved.
These fun frozen bananas are as simple as they are healthy. You'll need just three ingredients.
Turn a quick lunch into a Halloween treat in just a few minutes. It's terrific toasted or not!
Gluten free and low in fat, these fruity cookies are a perfect afternoon treat.
I needed a fast and easy after school cookie for the kids so experimented. Not only did the kids adore it, it has won an award and I am constantly asked for the recipe!
Order a banana split at the drive thru, and you're looking at 800 calories. This version has 110, and it's easy enough for kids to make!
A tasty, Southwest spin on a classic comfort food.
Turn your boring sandwich into a spooky lunchtime surprise!
You'll woo your sweetheart with these delightful cake pops!
Can be made with any shape pasta you like. Add extra veggies when available.
My boys love this overstuffed burrito--and they need both hands to eat it. Beefy and packed with veggies, it's a quick weeknight dinner
A terrific single-serving desert, perfect when you are craving something sweet.
This milk shake tastes like a Reese's peanut butter cup. My children love it!
These are cute and delicious! Also, they are a great recipe to make with kids, even young children. It's easy and fun, and they will love their own personal pie!
Great one pan recipe that the whole family will love!
These are so cute and colorful! The kiwi in the bottom of the cup not only adds more fruit and color to the freezer pop, it also holds the stick in place.
These are fun for the family to make and to eat!
I'm not normally a home-made bread person--I don't have the patience! But this recipe always works and is sooo delicious and easy!
My family loves this healthier version of a kid favorite
PERFECT for those of us that want low carb.
I found this recipe somewhere on line and wrote down everything. Of course now I can't find it.
Banana ppsicles with a delicious chocolate-peanut butter coating are a perfect low-cal snack!