Desserts Recipes

Doing desserts recipe activities with your children can be a fun way to help teach key skills. They won't even know math is being practiced when you do these fun desserts recipe activities together.

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Raspberry hot chocolate is a sweat treat for your young valentine. Pink and delicious, this raspberry hot chocolate makes the perfect Valentine's Day drink.
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Take a pretty parfait glass and help your preschooler create a simple A-B-A-B pattern as she layers strawberries and yogurt.
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Let your preschooler develop her fine motor skills in this cooking activity that has her creating hamburger cookies, a great snack for any party or BBQ.
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Working together in the kitchen to make a milkshake is a great way to bond with your child and get him excited about the Irish holiday.
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Looking for a healthy alternative for your preschooler√Ęs next birthday bonanza? Try out this surprisingly nutritious and wonderfully delicious dessert pizza!
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Did you know part of ringing in the New Year in Jewish culture includes eating honey treats? Bake a delicious honey cake to celebrate!
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This is an easy, edible craft that your second grader is sure to enjoy!
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Bake these delicious Crisco Cookies with your child this holiday season to give as gifts to friends and family.
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Fix a yummy fruit and chocolate quesadilla. It'll give your kid a chance to boost his fine motor skills while making a snack the whole family will enjoy.
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Bake a cupcake menorah for a fun twist on the Hanukkah candelabra. This menorah isn't merely tasty, it's also a pretty presentation for the Festival of Lights.
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These Halloween cake pops only have eyes for you. Eat Halloween cake pops this All Hallows' Eve for a spooky treat fit for zombies and friends.
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These cupcakes teach a little ROYGBIV as your child creates an impressive treat that will brighten up the whole kitchen.
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Encourage your preschooler to create his own edible moue creation complete with an ice cream face, cookie ears, sprinkle whiskers, and jelly bean nose and eyes.
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Here's a creative way to build second grade writing skills this Easter.
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This year for Valentine's Day, you and your child can bake up a batch of classic red velvet cupcakes and learn more about the history of this vintage treat.
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Get your kids involved in the kitchen by making crepes with your choice of toppings in this fun fourth grade cooking activity.
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Bake domino cookies and spark your child's interest in traditional games. This baking activity is great for 5th-6th grade children.
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Popcorn pops get a Valentine's Day twist with pink popcorn and a red candy center. Make popcorn pops as a special treat for Valentine's Day or any day.
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Make this delicious Hollywood craft for kids that looks like film reels for the perfect Oscar party dessert or movie star meal!
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Make a batch of chocolate clay to teach kids the art of molding and sculpting. Working with their hands has never been this much fun.

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