These kid-approved chicken strips are not only easy to make and quick cooking, they're also gluten-free.
Invite your first grader to play with his food! He will improve his fine motor skills as he creates zany edible art!
Try this recipe with your child and explore Ethiopia through one of its dietary staples: injera, or flat bread!
Classic tuna casserole gets a makeover, dressed up with onions, mushrooms, and fresh sweet corn.
This recipes is so easy your child gets to be master chef for this kitchen activity. He'll bake peanut butter banana oatmeal cookies that happen to be vegan!
This twist on classic mashed potatoes includes parsnips, a root vegetable with a sweet flavor your kids will love.
If you have a small family or just aren't into the idea of cooking this year, treat your family to this decadent, aromatic chicken recipe.
Get your kids to give you a hand in the kitchen--literally!--by making fun grilled cheese sandwiches decorated with their handprints.
Here's a fun science experiment that's refreshingly tasty too! Turn regular water into a tasty treat perfect for consuming on a hot day.
Your child can create gnocchi with a twist by using sweet potatoes, and then rolling them into a healthy main dish!
Applesauce doesn't just have to be for a bowl -- your child can transform it into an easy-to-hold treat!
Learn to make homemade ketchup with your child and experiment with spices and flavors!
Your child can transform plain yogurt into a healthy and tasty treat the whole family will love! She'll learn more about baking as well as how yogurt is made.
What's a liquid? What's a solid? What better way to experiment, than by turning a kid favorite, ice cream, into a homemade science lesson!
Make environmentally friendly, chemical-free toothpaste using one of the most common, inexpensive pantry staples in the American kitchen: baking soda.
You and your child will have a blast baking this wonderful spin on a childhood classic, PB n' J cookies. Easy to make, and even easier to enjoy!
Is your child tired of the same old cheeseburgers for dinner? Mix things up by making this simple and easy cheeseburger pie that the whole family will love!
With so many high fat snacks on the market, eating healthy can be tricky. Help your child make a low fat snack with little more than a can of chick peas!
Is your child tired of the same old fries with dinner? Invite him to bake up some tasty zucchini fries to accompany the next family meal.
This recipe is especially for kids with diabetes, but would be a nutritious part of almost anyone's diet.
Help your child learn healthy eating habits by transforming every kid's favorite food into a healthy, flavorful after-school snack.
Applesauce oatmeal muffins are packed with protein and fiber, with just enough sweetness to keep young tastes wanting more.
This blanched broccoli salad is dressed up with kid-friendly ingredients like dried cherries and crowd-pleasing bacon.
Sweet potatoes lend a creamy texture and peppery seasoning gives a spicy kick in this fall hash recipe.