6 Easy Recipes You Can Make with Kids!

Whether it’s raining or the kids simply have a day off from school, cooking together is a great way to bond…not to mention, you get to enjoy the goodies. Here are 6 of our favorite recipes that the little ones can help out with.

1. Easy Peasy Taco Cheeseburgers 

Tacos and burgers….ahh the sound of both make us hungry! Put them together and you get this yummy concoction. Little hands can help tear the cheese, or measure the salsa, and big kids can help shape and season the beef patties. Find the recipe, courtesy of the Food Network, here!

2. Broccoli, Cheese and Ham Muffins 

Switch up your breakfast with one of these portable bad boys. You only need 7 ingredients and they take just 35 minutes to get in your belly! 😉 Kids can help by mixing together all of the ingredients and spooning it into muffin cups. Find the easy recipe here. Thanks, Betty Crocker!

3. The Best Donut Apples 

Craving something sweet? This is a great treat for after dinner because the crisp apple replaces the heavy dough you would normally get in a donut and the kids can help spread the frosting and decorate. Delish scores big in our book and you can find the recipe here!

4. Chicken Parm Sliders 

Got nuggets? If you’ve got a stash in the freezer this is the perfect after school lunch/snack to make with the kiddos. All you have to do is cook them according to the package, place them in sliced dinner rolls, and top them with marinara and cheese! Kids can help with assembly and you can find the recipe here, courtesy of Delish!

5. Raspberry and Cream Cheese Brownie Bites 

Just the name of these makes our mouths water! 🙂 Kids can help with the measuring, mixing, and filling. Bonus tip: if you bake the brownies without a paper liner, you’ll get crunchier, chewier edges. Thank you Food Network, this recipe is on our list of to-do’s and you can find it here.

6.  Crockpot Mac and Cheese 

We saved the best for the last! This is the perfect winter meal to make with kiddos when they get home from school. All you have to do is boil the pasta and mix the ingredients together. Then, cook it on high for about 2 hours (time varies depending on your slow cooker) and you’ve got a delicious dinner that took hardly any work at all. Find the recipe here, courtesy of Culinary Cory!

And that’s a wrap! Please, share your family’s favorite recipes below!

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This post was written by Liz Davis

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