We will post recipes as we make new things and share some old favorites but here are a few of our favorite recipes for you to try!
If banana bread and coffee cake made love...the result would be these muffins!! They are so good! The topping adds just a little extra sweetness to the muffin top making it even better. You could do a crumb topping instead, but I find this is simple, delicious and easy enough for Noah to do himself.
I had no idea until recently how easy it was to make homemade gummy candy! This is absolutely a fantastic easy recipe to make with kids of any age. There is a basic recipe that can be easily adapted to make the candies sugar free or with less sugar.
These little cookies are so much fun. I didn't expect too much out of them since I've never been too fond of meringue but I loved the idea of the simplicity of them. Now that we've tried them...I'm definitely a fan! The kids absolutely love these...I mean they're basically air and sugar. They dissolve easily so even younger kids can eat these without concern of them choking.
If you've ever had a little too much pizza dough and didn't know what to do with it, I bet you've made yourself some kind of breadsticks. I can't say why exactly but for some reason they seem to taste so much better in the form of garlic knots! This is a great activity to do with kids, and while it is best to have your garlic forms somewhat uniform in size, you can tweak them just a little before throwing them in the oven.
These quiche like little egg muffins are a perfect on the go breakfast. I like the simplicity of making these with very few ingredients and that it's slightly healthier. You can make them in any combination you want, and they cook up very easily. For the kids, we make very simple ones and then for mine I add in some extra veggies.
This is the best pizza dough recipe I've ever used. It's easy but it does take time to allow the dough to rise. Pizza is one of the easiest meals to make with kids, but kick it up a notch by starting the dough together as well! When making bread with my three year old son, after the dough has rested a while my son usually asks me, "Is the bread awake yet? Did it finish it's nap?"