It's the sheer simplicity of this party idea that gets me: using a cookie cutter as the stensil to dump sprinkles into! A number for a kid's cake is perfect.
Bravo This Little Life of Mine!
Day 11 of the Inspired Family: Veggie Boats.
Making food for kids more fun.. is well.. more fun. Veggie "boats" filled with hummus or dip is a witty afternoon snack along with some Mayflower conversation?
For the compete recipe & instructions, visit Oh Happy Day.
The Inspired Family, Day 9: Thanksgiving Apple Tarts
No doubt kids love to cook, bake, create ... and kids love play dough .... so baking an apple tart together is the perfect combination of baking + dough! Pie dough is a lot of fun, very play dough like with all the satisfaction of baking.
Using homemade or store bought dough, this recipe for a Turkey inspired Apple Tart is something kids could accomplish with just a tad of help (cutting apples, managing the oven). Plus? It's really playful and makes me smile.
For the recipe for the Thanksgiving Apple Tarts, visit Miranda Made
Day 5: Spiced Apple Cider
Cooking & baking with kids is exciting. Their eagerness to mix, roll and stir is always brings a smile ....despite the inevitable mess.
A fun, non cookie recipe is Spiced Apple Cider from the blog Classic Play. It incorporates kids in the whole making process -- such delight and ownership. This will surely be the best spiced apple cider ever!
For more images & the recipe, visit Classic Play.
Have you ever noticed that if you put food on a stick... the kids love it? True!
Just in time for today's 4th of July celebrations, fruit ...on a stick. Patriotic bananas, blueberries and raspberries and watermelon pops. Really clever, right?!