Fun, Easy Snacks Kids Can Make

Kids love to cook, and there are many fun easy recipes for kids that are simple and safe enough for even small children to help with or for older kids to make on their own.

One recipe that kids really enjoy to make and eat is Ants on a Log. Not only is this a very healthy treat with protein and vitamins, but there’s no cooking involved! A two year old could make Ants on a Log nearly as easily as you! All you need are the following ingredients and tools: peanut butter, clean celery ribs, raisins and a spoon. Simply scoop out a spoonful of peanut butter and smear it all along into the hollow of the celery stick. Now drop raisins on top of the celery like a trail of ants and Voila! You have Ants on a Log! Kids really get a kick out of these, and there’s absolutely no way to make them wrong.

Ice Cream Sandwiches are as much fun to make as they are to eat. You will need: vanilla (or your favorite flavor) ice cream, chocolate chip (or any other you like) cookies and an ice cream scoop. Now take two cookies and lay them flat. Place a scoop of ice cream on one cookie. Then put the other cookie on top of it. These Ice Cream Sandwiches can be enjoyed right away. To save some for later, wrap the individual sandwiches in plastic wrap. You can put these in a plastic container or freezer bag and keep them in the freezer, but I guarantee they won’t be there for long!

Cooking with kids is fun for them as well as for us. There’s nothing quite like the look on a child’s face when they’ve accomplished something they can be proud of. With the above recipes, no matter how much of it ends up on them- the results will be delicious!

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  1. LJ says:

    These sound really yummy! I’d never heard of Ants on a Log before, but now I really want to try it. Thanks :)
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  2. these recipes are not only for kids but good for lazy adult guys like me :) thanks for these
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  3. Penny says:

    Those sound good. I think the ice cream cookies would be good wrapped in saran wrap and placed in the freezer for later. Here’s another favorite kid treat – frozen juice pops. In tiny (mouthwash size) paper cups pour orange juice or grape juice. When they’re partially frozen put in a popsicle stick. (You can buy them at the craft store. Kids have fun peeling off the paper cup.
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  4. See, this sounds fun and great time to spend with the kids. My 8 year old is very creative and loves being in the kitchen. Honestly, we make lunch to get it out of the way and be ready for school. However, on weekends I can see this as fun time since we are the two “sweet tooths” of the house :) I will try this and see if I can get her into crunchy peanut butter!
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  5. Thanks for sharing.. its very usful me and my kids.

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