Cooking with kids is a really fun activity that’s great for their creativity , their motor skills and for boosting their confidence. Helping in the kitchen can entice the fussiest of eaters to try something new and might even add a new veg or two to their limited repertoire. Get the kids stuck in with these fun cooking activities for kids.
Kids need to achieve something impressive quickly when it comes to cooking, and these mini pizza quichesthat use tortillas as the case are the healthy solution.
There’s something so delightful about being able to bake your own bread, and these friendly hedgehog rolls make a wonderful cooking activity for kids.
Who better to teach the next generation how to make these divinely sweet fairy cakes than Queen of Cakes herself, Mary Berry.
Puff pastry is a great edible plaything for kids. It’s very forgiving and no matter how messy it looks going in to the oven, these Veggie Pizza Roll-Ups taste delicious as they comes out!
Nigella is known for her indulgent recipes, and this twist on rocky road is a perfect no-cook bake which will result in wonderful spoons for licking.
If you’ve got a reluctant chef on your hands, mention the word ‘pizza’ and they’ll be in the kitchen in no time. This simple recipe will make this family favourite as it is one of the best cooking activities for kids.
If you’ve got a child who needs to avoid gluten, there’s no need for them to miss out on the baking fun with this divine gluten free carrot cake.
Annabel Karmel knows a thing or two about feeding small children, and these create-your-own chicken wraps will help your little one to make healthy choices.
Whether it’s Christmas, a birthday, or simply to show someone you care, a homemade edible gift is priceless. Get your kids in on the giving by helping them make this simple fudge recipe.
If your child is a fan of Cbeebies ‘I Can Cook’ then this is a great first recipe to get them broadening their horizons on the taste front. With a helping hand, your little one will be serving up the family menu in no time.
Even the smallest of kitchen helpers can get involved with making some scrumptious jam tarts. Just make sure you let them cool before tiny tongues get burned.