Our children love everything colorful, glimmering, fascinating and delicious, of course. Cooking for kids is more difficult and creative than usual, the food should be interesting, not only tasty, and sometimes you need to apply a lot of creativity to make your kids eat something healthy. To make it easier, we’ve prepared some cool recipes for you, let’s have a look.
Toasted angel food cake with laughing strawberries and lemon cream cheese frosting is light, fluffy, fun and so yummy! It will easily become a family favorite dessert this summer! Your kids will be delighted both with the look and taste of this dessert, and it will be your favorite summer treat – guaranteed!
Oreo pops are always fun – no matter what they are decorated with. But these Oreo pops are just especially cute! Adorable honeybee oreo pops are sure to make your summer picnics more fun. Perfect for the end of a picnic or for a honeybee themed party.
Red, white and blue apple donuts are a snack time staple and you probably already have the ingredients in your arsenal. This is a healthy spin on a sweet treat but still involves sprinkles – it’s okay to include a little sugar occasionally.
Belgian rainbow waffles will make your and your kids breakfast a hit! Such colorful and bold look plus an amazing taste is a brilliant idea! Let your kid practice naming colors and showing them on the waffles while eating, and these colors really excite.
Who doesn’t love gummy bears? We all love them, both adults and kids! This is a healthy homemade gummy bear recipe made with grape fruit juice, it’s a quick and easy healthy snack kids will love. If you have kids, let them help fill the molds. It is a treat that they will enjoy making almost as much as they will enjoy eating them.
Here are some healthy hedgehog candies. Are they not the most adorable little treats? The best thing about them though, is how delicious they are and how much they taste like real (i.e. not so healthy) candy. The bittersweet chocolate exterior hides a chewy, delicious, caramel-like interior that is made primarily from dates. Dates are among the sweetest fruits in the world so they make an excellent, healthier substitute for processed sugars. Unlike refined sweeteners, dates are chock-full of iron, potassium, vitamin A, and calcium, as well as other trace minerals. They’re also high in fiber. Trust me, you’ve never had candy like this before!
Make usual sandwiches or burgers cooler giving them a turtle look! You’ll need some special buns and then some veggies to create those animals, read the whole instruction and follow it to make a cool breakfast or picnic for your kids.
Get your party to a roaring start with these fun tiger cupcakes. Made with a moist, chocolate cake and topped with a vegan vanilla buttercream, this cupcake is decorated with allergy-friendly accessories to help all the guests at your party eat safely. These are free from: gluten, dairy, egg, soy, peanut & tree nuts; are vegan and top-8-free.
These cacti are a perfect festive Cinco de Mayo or Southwestern party dessert, and kids will have a blast putting them together. They will be also amazing for kids parties and just to have fun with adults.
Oat crackers for kitty sandwiches? Yes, please! You can stuff them with any variety of goodies. You can assemble these yourself, or ask the kiddos to help you.