Witch Fingers

Cooking for Kids In preparation for Halloween treat your little tricksters to some really good finger food. Kids love chicken fingers and making them into witch fingers will get in the holiday mood. Dipping the witch fingers in ketchup or barbecue sauce will make every bite bloody as well as delicious. You Will Need: 1 […]

Raspberry and Blueberry Crisp

Cooking for Kids If you have any fruit you have on hand: peaches, blackberries, cherries, or apples just follow this general recipe and make an easy, delicious dessert for your nanny kids. Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. You Will Need: 1-1/4 cups Raspberries 1-1/4 cup blueberries 1 Tablespoon (Heaping) Cornstarch 2/3 cups […]

Patriotic Cake Roll

Cooking for Kids Independence Day is coming up on the Fourth of July. Making red, white, and blue desserts using berries is an expected treat for the national holiday. Click here to see the original recipe for this Berry Angel Food Cake Roll. To make the recipe even easier we used an angel food cake […]

Pasta Primavera

Cooking for Kids The kids I care for love this pasta primavera recipe. I don’t even have to hide the vegetables in the dish – the kids eat them. This is my no frills recipe with no cream or heavy seasonings, just the flavors of olive oil and lemon. Be sure to throw in any […]

Easy Baked Ziti Recipe

Cooking With Kids The kids I care for love pasta dishes. Baked Ziti is one of the easiest recipes to make and is a fun project and mini science project as well. I let the kids gather the food needed from the fridge and pantry, measure the ingredients, and mix the ingredients together. My youngest charge loves […]

Mini Tart Cookies

Cooking With Kids I love baking with the kids. This isn’t the easiest cookie recipe to make with kids but it is my charges’ favorite cookie to eat. The children I care for love finding the ingredients, measuring, mixing, and rolling out the dough. Their favorite part is using cookie cutters to make the shapes of these mini […]

Sweet, Sour, and Crunchy Chicken Drumsticks

Cooking for Kids The little ones I cook dinner for love chicken drumsticks. I marinated these drumsticks in the sweet and sour sauce for a few hours then rolled them in the breadcrumbs and started baking them 45-minutes before dinner was served. Serving mashed potatoes and steamed green beans with the drumsticks make a complete […]

Healthy Heart-Shaped Treats and Paper Snowflakes for Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day Here in the northeast of America we are having a very snowy Valentine’s Day. Spending the bulk of our days indoor, as snow has been falling heavily outdoors, the kids and I made a beautiful paper snowflake garland with hearts in many of the snowflakes yesterday. If you have cabin fever and […]

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Cooking With Kids: Valentine’s Day When I think of Valentine’s Day I always think of chocolate covered strawberries. There are few treats as delicious as chocolate covered fruits. I found Dolci Frutta Hard Chocolate Shell at the grocery store in the produce aisle and the kids and I made these chocolate covered strawberries in less than […]

Making Paninis

Cooking with Kids There’s no reason kids should only eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. Step it up a notch and take a few extra minutes to make them warm paninis this winter. The warm grilled sandwich combinations are almost limitless. And you don’t have to only use ordinary, boring white or wheat […]