If you don't have major plans this weekend, grab your daughter, son, niece, or kid brother and make some meals: here in California, May 9 is Cook With Your Kids Day — so, for inspiration, we've compiled some of our favorite kid-friendly recipes. Just remember: to be safe, never leave kids unattended in the kitchen. Here, you can scope out fun kitchen recipes, ranging from finger foods to dessert.
One of life's pleasures is spotting a mouthwatering recipe to add to your repertoire, reading through it, and realizing you already have many of the items on the ingredient list. This was the case when I came across Syako's recipe for fruit turnovers, which transforms everyday ingredients like cream cheese, puff pastry, milk, and jam into flaky, golden pockets of nectar. Since I happen to have all of these things in my pantry at this very moment, I've decided there's no time like the present, and I'll be making these tonight! To get the recipe, read more
As much as I would love to serve a beautiful birthday cake at the snow picnic, it's just not practical. Instead, I'll offer guests an individual treat that is comforting and delicious. Apple turnovers are festive, fruity, and easy to pack. They don't require extra plates or silverware, making them the ideal picnic dessert. Bake just before leaving the house, and store in a heat-insulated container. Leave the turnovers in the car until ready to eat, to ensure they stay warm the longest. If desired, pass around fresh whipped cream for dolloping! For the recipe, read more