Kids in the Kitchen
Welcome to Kids in the Kitchen, featuring kid-friendly recipes, crafts, cooking tips and more for young, aspiring home cooks or chefs. We will be updating this site regularly in the coming months, so check back often.
Featured Family Favourites:
This decadent treat is sure to be a hit with your family.
Quinoa adds a nutritious boost to the brownies used in these ice cream sandwiches. Try stirring a chopped-up chocolate bar into the ice cream before assembling for an extra treat.
Need these to go? Not a problem. Place sugared dough balls into lined muffin tins instead.
These pull-apart biscuits have a deliciously cakey texture. Full of lemon, pecan and coconut and topped with a sweet glaze, they’re a welcome addition to any brunch table.
This is a great weekend recipe when you need a no fuss meal.
Make your own teriyaki sauce to coat these delicious slow cooker chicken drumsticks. Throw in the bok choy just for the last 15 minutes of cooking so that it stays intact. Serve the drumsticks over rice for an easy weeknight dinner.
There is something about crispy breading that we all love, this one is even more enticing as it’s baked not fried.
These tender pieces of chicken will be a hit with kids and adults alike. Keep some in the freezer for days when you need a quick lunch.
Get your kids involved by having them measure the spices and squish the potatoes in the bag.
These baked potato wedges are coated in a spicy blend of paprika, coriander, cayenne and other spices. Serve them with steak or other grilled or roasted meat.
These flavourful rolls will have you and your family reaching for seconds.
These garlicky rolls bake up quickly in a muffin pan. Serve them at your next big family dinner.
The extra protein in this recipe will help keep your family from digging in the cupboards as often.
Tofu adds texture and protein to this creamy ranch dip. Serve it with fresh raw vegetables.
This quick, easy salad is a great addition to any weeknight meal.
Orzo is a variety of pasta that resembles grains of rice and it’s great as a base for picnic salads. This portable salad — also full of peas, feta cheese and parsley — is perfect for summer potlucks.
This soup comes together in no time, making it a great staple any time of the year.
This summery soup is full of fresh tomatoes, pasta, snap peas and chives. Serve it as a light meal with a thick slice of artisan bread.
Don’t have time to make your own dough? Not a problem! Use a thawed loaf of frozen white bread dough instead.
The perfect bread loaf for sharing. Designed to be pulled apart and packed with flavour.
Making heart-shaped goodies is a quick and easy way to delight your family this Valentine’s Day. Here are some recipes you can make for your family or with your family to spread some love.
MediumThe Perfect Sugar Cookie
No need for frosting, simply tint your cookie dough and decorate with sprinkles before baking.
EasyPancake and Waffle Mix
Try making heart-shaped pancakes this year! We find that making the batter slightly thinner and using a squirt bottle is a great way to get your kids involved.
EasyOne Bowl Brownies
This brownie is a quick and easy way to get your chocolate fix this Valentine’s Day. If you have a special someone in mind, it also makes a great gift from the kitchen.
Recipes for Young Chefs
It won’t be long before your little ones start showing an interest in kitchen happenings. Get your kids cooking in the kitchen with these fun-filled recipes you can do together.