Ice Cream in a Bag is a fun summer activity for the kids.
Baked donuts are a fun thing to do in the kitchen with the kids. No hot oil is involved so it is safe! Hi! I’m Leigh Anne from Your Homebased Mom and I’m excited to be here today as part of the Crafting Chicks. I hope you will stop by for a visit over at my blog and check out all the pretty and delicious I am sharing over there. I love spending time in the kitchen with kids. They are always so excited and eager to try something new. [Continue Reading…]
Individual servings of monkey bread are oh so cute and so delicious! Several weeks ago a few of my cute little friends at church asked me when they could come over and cook with me again. I asked them what they wanted to make and one of them quickly answered Monkey Bread! I decided it was time for another Kids Can Cook session! I am a fan of monkey bread so I made a date with these two cuties! Their parents graciously let me borrow them for a Saturday afternoon. I [Continue Reading…]
Well, hello, hello!! Can you believe it’s the 10th of the month, already?? Our bunch of 10 bloggers are so happy to be back, sharing with you 10 brand new ideas. It’s all about 10, baby! This month we’ve turned our thoughts to the kiddos, since we’re missing the endless family time that summer brings. Our chosen theme is JUST FOR KIDS… 10 great ideas, all about kids. I’m talking, recipes, crafts, and all-around great ways to bring the family together. After you check out my JUST FOR KIDS contribution, [Continue Reading…]
Doesn’t every kid love macaroni & cheese. I know I did as a kid and my kids loved it. My preferred way of eating it though always included ketchup. Mac & cheese always seemed to be a go to dinner or lunch because it was so easy – just grab that blue box, add some milk and you were set. Today I’ve got a better option for you. It’s just as easy, it tastes better (no ketchup needed) and the kids can do it themselves! The beauty of this recipe [Continue Reading…]
Today we have our third installment of Kids Can Cook! I’ve got my little helper Addy in the kitchen with me this week. I asked Addy’s mom to get me a list of things she would like to learn how to make. One of the things on her list was Strawberry Milk. Not only did we make strawberry milk but we made banana and orange too! We started with strawberry milk since that is what Addy had requested. The first thing we had to do was hull the strawberries. [Continue Reading…]