Helping parents and kids cook together, eat together, and plan better meals together seven days a week, three meals a day, one bite at a time.
With tangerines in season, let the kids help juice the fresh citrus fruits for sweet and sour recipes.
Easy Chocolate Recipes Kids Can Make
Say “I love you” to your kids with some chocolate, a bowl and some quality time together in the kitchen.
Candy Canes for Kids
Kids love candy canes. And so do we. Here are three ways to make sweet use of the Christmastime favorite.
Cookies for Santa
A “mother dough” makes multiple types of cookies to tempt Santa into lingering a little longer on Christmas Eve.
Peanut Butter Makes It Better
Be it ever so humble, America’s favorite lunchtime money saver is also a rock star pantry staple.
Building a Gingerbread House
Gather the kids, icing, gumdrops and gingerbread for a holiday construction project that will be fun for all.
Christmas Cookie Party for Kids
This Christmas, have a cookie decoration celebration just for the kids with our tinseled tips and stellar roll-out recipes.
Indian Food Your Kids Will Love
Introduce your kids to new flavors and tastes with these easy to make at home, and kid-friendly Indian dishes.
How to Get Kids to Eat Brussels Sprouts
Kids will love picking Brussels sprouts off the stalk and eating them.
Split Pea Soup with Parmesan Crisps
Make use of a leftover ham bone or ham hocks with this creamy pea soup topped with crunchy Parmesan “crisps”—perfect for a princess or prince.
Raising an Adventurous Eater
A food critic and first-time father says if you want to raise adventurous eaters, feed your kids something new at every meal.
The Peanut Butter Cookie That Wasn’t
Tahini (sesame paste) replaces peanut butter in these crunchy, chewy peanut-free cookies.
Christmas and a Casserole
Grab “A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote, whip up a casserole and share an evening with friends.