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The kids are home from summer camp -- now how to entertain them till school swoops them up again? Try some quality time in the kitchen.
Here are twelve recipes that will keep you and your eager assistants busy and happy all summer long.
Pull your kids away from the play-dough and enlist their help with the real-dough -- they’ll love kneading, rolling, and eating their little masterpieces.
This may be the Cyclops of sandwiches, but no worries -- it's much friendlier. Have your kids crack the egg in the hole, and watch them devour their creation.
What’s more fun than nestling plums in sweet, lemony cake batter? Give your kids the pleasure -- this cake will look pretty no matter what. They’ll be grinning for days.
Have your kids smear the bread with mayo (and thank them later for their generosity). Then, they can stack their sliced tomatoes as high as the sandwich will allow. Take a bite: whoa, that’s good.
It’s about time your kids learn the magic of these 4 ingredients: bread, butter, eggs, and cream. Have them soak the bread and place it in the pan; they won’t believe what emerges mere minutes later.
Put on some music and SHAKE! And teach them the science of emulsion while they’re boogying down.
Your kids love pizza? Great! Now teach them how to make it the real way. They can help knead the dough, and then spread it with their favorite toppings. There you go: an in-house pizzeria.
After you char the bread, have your kids do the smearing: the garlic, the ricotta, the olive oil, and the honey. Follow them with a sprinkle of lemon-zest dust, and you’ve got yourself a killer appetizer.
How do you get the swirl IN there? Teach the kids how it's done, after kneading the soft, buttery dough together. When they cut into the loaf, they won’t believe what they were able to do.
Layering Nilla wafers, fresh bananas, pudding, and whipped cream may be one of the greater joys in life. Have your kids crush the wafers (and nibble, too), stir the pudding, and layer away.
Teach your children the simple pleasure of a pat of butter (and peas, and milk). Vegetables just became a treat.
This list wouldn’t be complete without that childhood favorite: chewy sugar cookies. And this recipe takes the fun even further: when the batter is finished, your kids can roll the balls of dough in sugar before sending them into the oven. Now, get the milk ready.