Simple Kids Recipes

One of the easiest ways to keep our children healthy is to include them in the kitchen and in the cooking process. It is easier to teach our children how to cook and eat healthily when the food is right in front of you and the child. You can discuss the basics of healthy eating and participate in more complicated discussions as you get older. If you’re interested in having a child in the kitchen, there are also a few extra hands that can help you prepare meals. If you can train all your children, you can sit back and relax after a few years!

Here are some simple recipes for kids. They are simple in terms of ingredients and are very easy to make. You may need to help younger children, but older children can do it very well!

fruit pancakes

This is really easy to do! You can buy a commercially bought pancake mix (be sure to check the nutritional information on the back) and tell your kids to pick their fruit. Cranberries, strawberries, and mangos are widely used but are not afraid to be creative. It will probably take a few tries for your children to know what a good relationship between the fruit and the dough is, but they will soon perfect the recipe!

Macaroni and cheese

Give this classic a healthy twist. Use whole grain macaroni instead of regularly refined pasta. Whole grain macaroni takes a little more time to cook, check it often or teach your kids how to control it, and see when it’s almost done. Then use unsalted butter to grease the casserole dish. Cover the casserole with the noodles and sprinkle with a generous helping of cheddar, mozzarella, and Swiss cheese. You can also use other cheeses. Make it as cheesy as you want! Make sure to add some butter, salt, and pepper before adding the next layer of noodles. Place the cheese over the noodles until the noodles run out and cover with cheese, bits of butter, salt, pepper and evenly pour in a cup of low-fat milk. Bake in preheated oven for one hour at 375 degrees and go!

 

 

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