Three Fun and Delicious Recipes You Can Make With Your Kids

Teaching children how to cook can be a wonderful experience, both for the parent and the child. It could spark a lifelong passion for the culinary arts, but at the very least it’ll ensure that the children will know how to cook a delicious and healthy meal in the future. But it doesn’t mean that teaching them will be a boring ordeal, because there are plenty of fun and interesting recipes that children will love to help you make, especially if it’ll be fun eating them in the end.

Mini pancakes

Every child loves pancakes, and mini pancakes are fun to make and eat. Start off by combining flour, brown sugar, baking powder, flax meal, and cinnamon,

Then combine eggs and vanilla in a mixing bowl and add butter and milk. Slowly add the egg mixture to the flour one, and stir until it’s smooth. Chill it in the freezer for 5 minutes.

Preheat a griddle to low and then lightly sprat the griddle with nonstick spray. Add the mixture with a ladle onto the griddle to make 2inch pancakes.

When they start bubbling flip them over and leave them on the other side for two minutes, and then remove them with a spatula. They should come off easily.

Lastly add maple syrup,

Butterfly sandwiches

Stylish sandwiches are better than regular sandwiches. Every kid knows that. To start, make sure you have pita bread and clean children’s scissors, so that you can cut the pita bread in 4 1inch ovals for the wings.

Take a pickle and use a butter knife to cut off 1/3 of it. The top will be its head. Make tiny holes in the head with toothpicks and slide carrot sticks to make antennae.

Combine cream cheese, yogurt, turmeric, garlic powder, and salt in a bowl, and then spread it on the pita bread.

Get turkey slices and put them on top of each other and roll them tightly. Place one part of the pickle on one end, and the other part on the other end. This is the body of the butterfly.

Use the pita bread ovals as wings. Arrange everything on a plate, and there you have it, a butterfly sandwich.

Eggs in a basket

This is a surprisingly quick and easy breakfast that your child can make and will love. You start by heating an electric griddle to 350 degrees, and then put 1 teaspoon of butter on it.

Cut out your favorite shape in the center of the bread, and then butter up one side. Place the bread in the griddle on the butter side.

Break an egg in a small dish and then gently place it in the cutout of the slice. Cook it until the egg is golden on the bottom, about a minute or so. Afterwards, gently flip it on the side, and cook it for about a minute.

Serve immediately.