5 Kid-friendly Recipes You Must Try!

5 Kid-friendly Recipes You Must Try!

Simple, no-fuss recipes to ensure your kids are happy, healthy, and well-nourished. The best part? You can even involve them in cooking. Cooking with your kids is a fun way to spend quality time with your little ones. It is also a great way to teach your kids some life skills and indulges in a creative exercise.

We bring to you a curated list of exciting recipes that are kid-friendly and super-fun, nourishing, and healthy!

So get your kids in the kitchen and make these fun recipes that’ll keep both their hands and brains busy.

1. Cherry Tomato and Cheese/Tofu Sticks

Exposing your kids to complex flavors like cheese develops their food palette and makes them adventurous eaters. Pairing ripe cherry tomatoes with various cheeses is a fun way to teach your child.  

Ingredients| Prep time: 20 min

Instructions

  • Talk about various cheese with your kids before you start
  • Explain the different types and varieties of cheese
  • Let your child cut small cubes of cheese with a soft knife
  • Carefully put a cherry tomato on the toothpick followed by a small piece of cheese to try
  • Make them taste each ingredient. Talk about which ingredients are healthy and why
  • Make them serve the snacks to their family and friends
  • Praise your child’s cooking and hard work

 Make it Special: Pair it with Living Food flavored honey to elevate the flavors. 

 

2. Bread Monsters

Stitch together an amazing story along with your kids by creating interesting characters with our bread and Spread essentially. Let your kid’s imagination go wild by adding some healthy ingredients like cheese, greens & veggies to create some fun characters.  

Ingredients| Prep time: 20 min

Instructions:  

  • Toast the bread (optional) and let your kid spread a layer of their favorite fruit preserve spread on the bread. 
  • Cut the veggies and greens carefully in various shapes and sizes. 
  • Make them taste each ingredient. Talk about which ingredients are healthy and why.
  • Let your kid play around to make interesting faces with the ingredients.

Make it special: Add some cut seasonal fruits from Living Food Company to add more characters.

 

3. Cracker Pizza  

    Easy and delicious recipe and a hot favorite among kids, making crackers pizza can be a great fun activity. This 4 ingredient snack can be a great appetizer or lunch for kids. Pair them with a spread of fruits or vegetables.

    Ingredients | Prep time: 25 min 

     Instructions 

    • Talk about the dish before you start. Show your child the ingredients and the recipes
    • Let your child do as much as possible. Make them help you with washing the mushrooms, measuring and counting the ingredients.
    • Make them spread the pizza sauce over crackers gently
    • Make them taste each ingredient. Talk about which ingredients are healthy and why
    • Cut some mushrooms and give them to your kids to place over the crackers
    • Sprinkle some fresh cheese over the crackers
    • Preheat the oven to 350 F or 180 C 
    • Bake the crackers in the oven till the cheese is melted. (3-4 minutes) 
    • Once the crackers cool down let your child serve and share the dish with family and friends
    • Praise your child’s cooking and hard work

     Make it special: Sprinkle some non-spicy Italian herbs from Living Food Company to elevate the taste.

     

    4. Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich 

    Is there a better pair of friends than peanut butter and jelly? A fun recipe to try with your kids, make healthy peanut butter sandwiches with our wholesome refined sugar-free and oil-free ingredients. Create mouth-watering PBJ sandwiches with your kids with our wide variety of fruit preserves.

    Ingredients| Prep time: 15 min

    Instructions

    • Make your little ones taste the ingredients and explain to them why it is healthy
    • Cut the bread in various shapes and sizes
    • Make your kids spread peanut butter and fruit preserves on the bread with a soft butter knife
    • Place a banana slice over the spreads to make it interesting
    • Place the peanut butter and jelly slices together and make a sandwich
    • Let your child serve and share the dish with family and friends
    • Praise your child’s cooking and hard work

    Make it Special: Make it fun with our various flavors of fruit preserves.

     

    5. Sandwich on a Stick

       

      Sandwich on a Stick-a fun way to make sandwiches with kids and perfect for school lunches! It is a creative way to teach about all the ingredients that go into making a sandwich. 

      Ingredients | Prep time: 20 min 

      Instructions 

      • Talk about the dish before you start. Show your child the ingredients and the recipes
      • Let your child do as much as possible. Make them help you with washing the Bell peppers, Cucumbers,  measuring and counting the ingredients.
      • Make them spread the Organic Peanut Butter Chocolate Delight on the Sourdough Bread gently
      • Make them taste each ingredient. Talk about which ingredients are healthy and why
      • Make them cut the cheese and tofu into small pieces with a butter knife
      • Cut some Bell Peppers and Cucumbers and give them to your kids 
      • Put the veggies and tofu in a bowl and add drizzle some Caesar salad dressing. Make your kid mix the ingredients with a small spoon.
      • Place the bread first on the stick followed by cheese veggies and tofu
      • Let your child serve and share the dish with family and friends
      • Praise your child’s cooking and hard work

      Make it special: Try different spreads from Living Food Company on the bread.

      Making your kids help to cook encourages them to try unfamiliar ingredients and keeps them involved. It also gives them a deep sense of purpose and achievement.


      Try out these recipes and let us know your feedback in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!




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