Get your kids excited about Easter by making some of these fun Easter recipes for kids! Let them be your helping hands and everyone will have fun.
How do you usually celebrate Easter? I just like to enjoy the special day spending time with my kids and my family, eating lots of good food and indulging in some treats. ;) It’s such a fun holiday because spring is coming around, it’s beautiful outside, and everyone is just happy with springtime bliss!
Of course we love to dye eggs for Easter using this natural guide to dying eggs, but I also like to get my kids to help me make some sweet treats for the whole family to enjoy. I love the extra help in the kitchen since I’m usually preparing multiple dishes, and they love the fun treats they get to make. It’s a win-win!
There’s something for everyone in this Easter round-up – a little bit of chocolate, classic cupcakes, fun eggs, peeps, and much more! I hope you find a recipe you can make with your kids. What’s your favorite treat to make for Easter?
Don’t know what to do with leftover Halloween candy? The kids will love a slice of this Halloween Candy Pizza as a special lunch box treat or fun dessert.
Ah, Halloween. Such a fun and exciting holiday for the kids, but it can be difficult to navigate as a parent trying to feed the family healthy, nutritious foods. What’s a parent to do?
My philosophy is, let kids be kids. Sure, I will feed my kids as many vegetables and fruits and healthy proteins as I can at home, but when it comes to special occasions like birthday parties or Halloween, I let them enjoy it. I just follow up Halloween night with a super nutritious breakfast. ;)
The downside of Halloween is that it’s not just one night of candy – you’re stuck with tons of leftover candy and nothing to do with it! Not until now. Put that leftover candy to good use and make a semi-healthy treat the kids will love.
I say semi-healthy because we’re at least using a whole-wheat crust and yogurt in here. The candy is what makes it a special treat! You can use any candy you have in the house, but of course we’re partial to chocolate. I hope you and the kids enjoy this Halloween candy pizza!
When the holiday season rolls around, so do classroom holiday parties! Of course we have to provide our kids with some festive treats, but who says they can’t be healthy?
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These healthy holiday treats are perfect for classroom parties, or even just snacks at home! They’re full of festive holiday spirit AND nutrition. We’ve also included a couple non-food treats. All the kids will love them!
The holiday season is here in full swing whether we’re ready or not. ‘Tis the season for grand dinners, indulgent desserts, and lots of hot chocolate around the fireplace. Meal time is great during this season because you get to see family and friends you may only see a couple times a year.
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Even during this holiday season, we still get snack cravings around the 3 p.m. mark. How do we curb our hunger without ruining our dinner? These 6 healthy holiday snacks, of course! They’re easy, kid-friendly, and festive for the holidays. You’ll love them as much as your kids will! Put down that box of processed cookies and whip up some of these healthy holiday snacks to give to your kids for snack time.
How adorable are these strawberry Santas? These only require a handful of ingredients, and your kids can help assemble the Santas. It’s a perfect way to get some fruit into your kids’ diets during the holiday season!
For some reasons, kids are more likely to eat their fruits and veggie when they’re in fun shapes. These grinch kabobs are the perfect examples. They’re simply cut-up fruit with a marshmallow, but they’re so fun to eat!
Do you love gingerbread, but don’t feel like baking cookies? No worries, these gingerbread cookies & balls are raw, vegan, and gluten-free! They’re perfect for everyone and are still full of delicious gingerbread flavor.
This chocolate bark doesn’t contain all the nasty ingredients of normal bark, so you can feel good about giving your kids a piece as a snack. Try substituting the goji berries for any dried fruit you have on hand and the pistachios for your favorite nut or seed!
The holiday season is officially here, kicking off with Thanksgiving on Thursday. If you’re like me, you already have your menu planned down to every last detail. We love having Thanksgiving dinner with our family, and I want to make sure everyone can enjoy it.
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Sometimes we get so caught up in planning and prepping for the big Thanksgiving dinner that we totally forget about breakfast. Not this year! Here’s 6 delectable holiday breakfast recipes that are indulgent and satisfying. Your kids will definitely love the special breakfast treat on Thanksgiving!
If you’re crunched for time, bake the oatmeal the night before, and simply reheat in the morning! There’s nothing better than warm, comforting oatmeal for breakfast. Since it’s baked, it makes it even easier to portion out.
Ditch the boxed pastries and make your own! Sweet s’mores meet a kid favorite in these homemade popcarts. Make them ahead of time and stick them in the toaster the morning of! Your kids will love the unexpected treat.
Apples are in season around this time of year, so I’ve been using every excuse to put them in as many recipes as possible! These muffins have that classic apple fritter flavor without all the hassle of frying. They’re soft and filling enough to last you until the big Thanksgiving meal!
When you think of an indulgent breakfast, you automatically think of french toast. This pumpkin french toast bake takes less hands-on time because all you have to do is mix the ingredients, pour into a baking pan, and put it in the oven! It’s a decadent and easy breakfast perfect for the holidays.
Pecan pie is a Thanksgiving staple, especially down here in Louisiana. Enjoy all the delicious flavors of pecan pie in this healthier oatmeal version! Plus, you cook it in the slow cooker overnight, so you’ll have breakfast waiting for you when you wake up. Does it get any better?
Add a little protein to your kids’ breakfasts with this pumpkin bread made with greek yogurt! It’s delicious enough to be indulgent, but it’s actually healthier than most breads. Plus, it has that classic pumpkin flavor everyone loves!
From the team here at MOMables, we hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving with your loved ones!