This autumn favorite is fun to make with kids. Bake up a batch with your little helpers.
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These potatoes might not look fancy, but they’re fun for kids to make and a great way to use up your leftover mashed potatoes.
This packet-cooking recipe works on the grill as well as in the oven. This is a great way to use those quick-frozen salmon portions, making it a convenient Meatless Friday dinner for those days when you can’t get to the store for fresh fish.
These stuffed cookies are fun for kids to make and a big hit in lunchboxes and at parties. What are your favorite cookie stuffers?
The very first time I cooked a meal for my husband, I served this chicken dish. It’s been a family favorite ever since.
Make some cookies with your kids: except for the stove work, this recipe is very child-friendly!
Here’s a way for a 12-year-old with little kitchen experience to make dinner for the whole family!
Try this cool dessert on a hot day–no cooking required!