April vacation offers an ideal time to get your kids more interested and involved in the kitchen. These five gluten-free recipes can help introduce young chefs to the ins and outs of food preparation. Best of all, they will beam with pride upon presenting you with a delicious dish of their making.
Looking for something fun and healthy to do with your kids this week? Make and enjoy these beautiful and yummy gluten-free frozen yogurt pops together. You can use any soft fruit, but those with a deep color give the best visual effect. Try kiwi, strawberry or mango for other flavor ideas. Let’s get poppin’>>
This frittata for kids is not only a joy for the taste buds, but also a fun way to spend time with your little ones and get them involved in the kitchen. Use the Tiny Tips for getting your small sous chefs involved in the preparation, which will help establish the routine of cooking together and learning about food. Feeling like frittatas>>
Chocolate and peanut butter are basically made for each other. Add ice cream to the mix and you have an unbeatable combination. After trying these decadent treats, you’ll never be able to look at plain ol’ cupcakes the same way again! Indulge in these cupcakes>>
This recipe is super kid-friendly and 100 percent customizable except for the melted cheese that holds everything together. Kids can put whatever they want inside, including spicy shrimp, shredded pork and ground taco meat. Triple the cheese, please>>
Your little ones will have a blast with this recipe, but don’t be surprised if you adults end up making yourselves a breakfast jar of your own. They are a fantastic, healthy start to anyone’s day. Get creative with your jars. Try peaches and pecans or pineapple and macadamia nuts for a tropical twist. Jar up some fun>>
Need some ideas or a little inspiration in the kitchen? Look through our constantly growing collection of delicious gluten-free recipes.