Food projects

Explore fun and innovative food projects to experiment with in your own kitchen. Get inspired to create delicious and visually stunning dishes that will impress everyone.
Nutrition, Health, Nutrition Activities, Health And Nutrition, Healthy Food Activities For Preschool, Healthy Food Activities, Nutrition Guide, Kids Nutrition, Healthy Food Choices

Oh, no! You missed the 2020 freebie bundle offer, but don’t leave empty handed. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FALL 2021 FREEBIE BUNDLE OFFER. You can also find all of the free printables from Fantastic Fun and Learning here. There are tons of options for you to choose from! And be sure to get on our email...Read More

Avatar
Kimberly Tovar
8 No Bake Classroom Recipes for Kids | Looking for cooking activities for kids that can be enjoyed in a classroom setting? Whether you’re trying to compliment specific lesson plans with things like baking soda and food coloring, need Halloween treats or Valentine’s Day ideas to enjoy together, or want to teach kids about healthy eating by making something simple like granola bars, we have you covered! #nobakerecipesforkids #nobakecooking #cookingactivities #cookingintheclassroom Kid Friendly Recipes, Pre K, Baking Classes, Cooking Classes For Kids, Fun Recipes For Kids, Baking Recipes For Kids, Baking With Kids, No Bake Recipe For Kids, Food Recipes For Kids

8 No Bake Classroom Recipes for Kids | Looking for cooking activities for kids that can be enjoyed in a classroom setting? Whether you’re trying to compliment specific lesson plans with things like baking soda and food coloring, need Halloween treats or Valentine’s Day ideas to enjoy together, or want to teach kids about healthy eating by making something simple like granola bars, we have you covered! #nobakerecipesforkids #nobakecooking #cookingactivities #cookingintheclassroom

Avatar
Gail McGee
Baby Food Recipes, Foodies, Dessert, Toddler Meals, Fruit, Fun Kids Food, Kids Lunch, Kids Snacks, Food Art For Kids

Do you have crazy picky eaters at home? I swear, if I let them, my kids would eat nothing but licorice and milk. We're making some progress with the whole 'If you're hungry enough for candy, you're hungry enough to eat your dinner' strategy, but it's always a struggle. It doesn't matter if I make super simple kid food, or regular old grown up food, one of the kids always complains and refuses to eat it. Isn't that always how it goes?! Way back when I started this blog, I wrote a post with a…

Avatar
Majo Leal