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Keep the kids active over the holiday season with some festive fun in the kitchen. We have put together a variety of activities from cooking to crafting to help bring out that budding inner chef.
This decorative cookie is very similar to a sugar cookie. In our version, we added lemon juice and lemon peel to give it a fresh tangy flavour.
These festive no-bake cheesecakes are the perfect dessert after a big holiday meal and are best served frozen.
Covered in white chocolate and candy cane crumbs, this is the perfect snack to munch on while watching Christmas movies by the fire.
This mild spice mug cake is the perfect solution for a fast and easy weeknight fall or winter dessert. A great recipe for kids to make and even give as a gift.
With just 3 simple ingredients, this dough makes the best homemade hanging ornaments and can be a fun activity for the whole family. They can also make great gifts from the kitchen.
Perfect as a gift from the kitchen, these impressive and decadent hot chocolate spoons are coated in a rich chocolate ganache and finished off with a light sprinkling of crushed candy canes.
Making homemade ornaments is a great family activity. One of our favourites is making crystals. With just a few simple ingredients, get the shine and sparkle of the season – no glitter required!
With all the craziness around the holidays, make meals easy by making "Appy Meals" with your kids - bite-sized bits that are sure to entice them.
This basic baked beef meatball recipe is a must for your repertoire. Throw these in with your favourite pasta sauce, stuff them in a sandwich, or serve them with a tangy dipping sauce for a crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Serve these with your kids’ favourite sauce or flatten before baking and serve in a dinner roll to make sliders.
Get all the flavour of Buffalo chicken wings without the wing! Serve these chicken breast bites as a party appetizer with a side of blue cheese dressing for dipping.
These individual servings of nachos are a fun barbecued appetizer. Envelope tortilla chips and all of your favourite nacho toppings in foil and heat them on the grill for a gooey spicy treat.
This recipe can be split into individual portions, so everyone can customize their own nachos.
These recipes are a great place to start a kid’s charcuterie board. Add some crackers and deli meat and you’re sure to have a hit. They can also be kept in your fridge ready-to-go as an easy snack.
These little bagel sandwiches fit perfectly in both kids’ and adults’ lunch boxes. We fill them with a fruit and vegetable-studded cream cheese spread.
This tasty spread is great to have on hand for quick breakfasts over the holiday season. Spread it on bagels or toast.
These tortilla roll-ups are filled with cream cheese, ranch dressing, olives and red pepper. Serve them as an appetizer or at teatime along with scones and finger sandwiches.
Roasted garlic and sage lend a boost of flavour to this white kidney bean hummus. Serve it with pita wedges or raw vegetables.