Getting Kids To Help In The Kitchen

myAvatar (1)Mommas, I know how things can get when you let the kids help out in the kitchen. They get underfoot and you have to repeat things over and over again and again. In fact, many times things seem to go faster when you don’t let them help but trust me, you want them to help just as much as they want to help. In the long run, it will be beneficial to everyone if you can get them in the kitchen as soon as possible! Continue reading “Getting Kids To Help In The Kitchen”

Recipes For Kids

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No Bake Kool Aid Pie

This pie is so easy to make that the kids are always asking for it. You can experiment with the flavors to find your favorite.

No Bake Kool Aid Pie

Ingredients:

  • 8 oz Whipped Topping
  • 1 packet unsweet Kool Aid mix (we really like the strawberry)
  • 1 – 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 graham cracker crust

Directions:

Mix the first three ingredients together and pour into the crust.

Chill 1-2 hours and Serve.

Kid-friendly, Freezer-friendly, Three Bean Soup Recipe:

Kid-friendly, Freezer-friendly, Three Bean Soup Recipe:

This delicious soup is perfect for a cold January day! It’s super simple to make, kid-friendly, freezer-friendly, and inexpensive – ‘cause we need a little break after last month, amen?

It dresses up fancy for a potluck or company, but I’m actually just making it for lunch at home (yum!) Check it out here: Kid-friendly, Freezer-friendly, Three Bean Soup Recipe

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