There are times that it is very difficult to get our children to eat. Here on "Fun With Food" you will find some creative recipes that you can make or engage you children in making. If you have a fun recipe that you would like to share please use the contact page.
Kids love jello rainbows.Follow directions on boxes of Jello. Get several flavors and then pour into parfait glasses.
Jello poke cake is a fun cake for any occasion. I have made it for birthday's,cake sales and for holiday events. It's tasty,fun and colorful.
OMG---my sister's and I loved rock candy when we were young. It would come in all sorts of colors and we would each choose our favorite color. Mine was usually red. Here is a recipe to make your own rock candy.
Marshmallow Krispie Treats are so easy to make. They have been my daughter's favorites since she was little and she is 17 now. Here is the recipe I use. I have also used other cereals in place of Rice Krispie's such as Fruit Loops, Golden Grahams etc...
Tater tot casserole---this is more comfort food to me. I saw this recipe or maybe one similar on the Duggars TV program awhile back.
Apple bites are simple to make. They can be used for Halloween or for any occasion. Another version with eyes--APPLE BITES
Baby Pastina Soup was one of my daughter's favorite soups. She has enjoyed this soup from the time she was very little girl. My daughter and her friends would play out in the snow and them come inside and eat Baby Pastina. It's easy to make and delicious. It's very easy to make,here is the recipe: In a frying pan take 2 chicken tenderloins or 1 breast and cut it up into very small pieces. Steam it it some water until all the pink is gone. Now take a big soup pot and fill it 3/4 of the way with water. Once it's filled add the chicken and about 1/4 can of tomato sauce. Add 1tsp of Italian seasonings,4-5 teaspoons of chicken bullion and 1 tsp of beef bouillon. Stir ingredients. Now add 3/4 of a box of Pastina and bring to a boil. After it boils for about 3-4 minutes turn down and let it simmer stirring occasionally. I usually freeze in several small bowls (enough to serve 2). I then pull them out and thaw as needed. My Mom taught me this soup. Salt to taste.
I love,love,love banana pudding and everyone makes it differently but here is a recipe from Kraft that I totally enjoy. Banana Pudding
Show your patriotic spirit with this fun recipe from Kraft. FIRECRACKER BITES
Kids love ice pops. Here is a nutritional pop made with fresh fruit and juicy juice. JUICY JUICE POPS
PATRIOTIC STRAWBERRIES Strawberries,cool whip and blue sugar sprinkles (like you use for Xmas cookies). Dip strawberry into cool whip and then into blue sprinkles.
Something fun and easy to make, Patriotic Pops
Graveyard Pumpkin Patch Cake
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