Kids Recipies

There are many recipes that kids will love. Some of our favorites include pizza, macaroni and cheese, and chicken fingers. These recipes are all easy to follow and can be made with little help from adults.

For more ideas, check out our kid-friendly recipe section on the website.

When it comes to cooking, even kids can get involved in the kitchen! Here are some recipes that your little ones will love to make (and eat!). 1. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Cookies – These classic cookies get a fun twist with peanut butter and jelly filling.

2. Pizza Pinwheels – If your kids love pizza, they’ll go crazy for these bite-sized pinwheels. 3. Cheesy Bacon Wrapped Potatoes – potatoes wrapped in bacon and cheese? Yes please!

4. Chocolate Covered Pretzels – A sweet and salty treat that’s perfect for snack time. 5. Fruit Kabobs – A healthy and delicious snack or dessert option that’s easy to make. Do you have a favorite recipe that your kids love to make?

Share it in the comments below!

Kids Recipes Baking

Welcome to our kids baking recipes section! Here you will find easy, fun and safe recipes for kids to bake at home. These recipes are perfect for getting kids involved in the kitchen and teaching them some basic baking skills.

We have a wide range of recipes for kids to choose from, including cupcakes, cookies, cakes and more. All of our recipes are accompanied by step-by-step photos and instructions, so your little ones can easily follow along. Whether you’re looking for a fun activity to do with your kids on a rainy day or you’re wanting to teach them how to bake some yummy treats, these kid-friendly baking recipes are sure to please.

So grab your aprons and let’s get started!

Kids Recipies


What Can a 7 Year Old Cook?

Assuming you would like a blog post discussing recipes a seven year old could cook: “What can a 7 year old cook?” This is a question we get asked a lot here at Kids Cook Real Food.

And the answer may surprise you! Seven year olds are perfectly capable of cooking many things – with proper supervision and adult help as needed, of course. Here are some examples of recipes your seven year old can make:

Breakfast: -Scrambled eggs -Omelette

-Pancakes -Waffles -Cereal with milk or yogurt

-Toast with butter and jam/honey/peanut butter -Fruit smoothie Lunch and dinner:

-Quesadillas -Grilled cheese sandwich -Peanut butter and jelly sandwich

What are Your 3 Favorite Meals to Children?

There are a lot of great meals that you can feed to your children, but here are three of our favorites. 1. Spaghetti and meatballs – This classic dish is always a hit with kids. It’s filling and flavorful, and the pasta is fun to eat.

Plus, it’s easy to make ahead of time and reheat when you’re ready to eat. 2. Chicken nuggets – Kids love chicken nuggets because they’re bite-sized and easy to eat. They’re also usually pretty tasty, especially when dipped in ketchup or honey mustard.

And they’re a good source of protein, which growing kids need. 3. Grilled cheese sandwiches – These are another classic that kids always seem to enjoy. They’re simple to make and can be customized with different types of cheese or breads.

What Can I Cook With a 5 Year Old?

Assuming you would like tips for cooking with a 5 year old: 1. Choose recipes that are simple and have few ingredients. Avoid recipes with multiple steps or that require the use of sharp knives.

2. Let your child help measure out ingredients, stir batter, and decorate finished products. This is a great opportunity to work on math skills! 3. Be patient; young children may not be able to complete all tasks as quickly as adults.

It’s more important that they enjoy the experience than it is to finish the dish in record time. 4. Make sure to keep an eye on your child at all times while cooking, especially if there is any use of heat or sharp objects involved. 5. Finally, don’t forget to clean up together afterwards!

Washing dishes can be just as fun (and educational) as cooking itself.

What Should I Make My Kids for Dinner Tonight?

There are a lot of factors to consider when deciding what to make your kids for dinner. The first step is to ask them what they want! If they’re old enough, involve them in the decision making process so they feel like they have some control over what’s for dinner.

If they’re young, try to give them a few options to choose from. Once you know what they want, it’s time to start thinking about the logistics. What do you have in your pantry and fridge that you can use?

Do you need to go to the grocery store? Make sure you have a list of everything you need before you start cooking. Now it’s time to get cooking!

If your kids are helping, delegate tasks so everyone has something to do. Cooking can be a fun family activity if everyone gets involved. And finally, sit down and enjoy your meal together!

Eating as a family is a great way to bond and catch up on each other’s day. So turn off the TV, put away your phones, and enjoy some quality time with your little ones.


Assuming you would like a summary of a blog post discussing kids recipes: One mother blogger shares her top five kid-friendly recipes that are both easy and delicious. The first recipe is for “Cheesy Quesadillas with Chicken.”

This dish only requires four ingredients and can be made in under fifteen minutes. The second recipe is for “Pizza Pinwheels.” These pinwheels can also be made with just four ingredients and are perfect for on-the-go snacking.

The third recipe is for “Creamy Macaroni and Cheese.” This mac and cheese uses eight simple ingredients, one pot, and less than thirty minutes to make. It also includes a secret ingredient to make it extra creamy.

The fourth recipe is for “Oven-Baked Chicken Fingers.” These chicken fingers are baked instead of fried, making them a healthier option. They only require six ingredients and take less than thirty minutes to bake.

The final recipe is for “Fruit Pizza.” This fruit pizza is a fun and easy way to get your kids to eat their fruits and vegetables. It uses store-bought dough, fresh fruits and vegetables, and some shredded cheese.