Thanksgiving is a time to connect with your family, friends, and loved ones. It’s the perfect opportunity to cook as a family. Cooking with your children is a rewarding activity. You get to see them growing up and make lasting memories. They get to help their parents cook and have fun in the kitchen. Make this Thanksgiving a lasting memory by letting your children help you in the kitchen.
We came up with 8 great user submitted recipes that your children can help you with. We have recipes for both young and older children. What are your Thanksgiving family traditions?
These adorable turkey snacks are a great treat for young children. Set out all the ingredients and let them build their own turkey crackers. This would be a great craft for Thanksgiving day. While you’re cooking the turkey, they can be making their own.
This classic Thanksgiving dessert is the perfect dish that kids can help with. Let young and older children alike mix all the ingredients together. They will love adding the spices and seeing how the ingredients come together to make a delicious dessert.
These yummy appetizers are great for letting your kids help you in the kitchen. Using a small glass cup, let your children cut out rounds from the bread. Older kids can help make the ricotta spread and build the appetizers.
This dinner roll bread has a fun name and a delicious taste that kids will love. Let your children roll each ball of the dough in an herb and cheese mixture. They will also love watching through the oven window as the bread rises and bakes.
This beautifully Thanksgiving side dish is a great dish to make with your children. Slice all the vegetables before you start assembling it. That way you can keep small hands from getting in the way and minimize accidents. If your kids are young, help teach patterns with this dish.
If you have biscuits at Thanksgiving dinner instead of bread, let your children help you make this dish. Let your children help mix the dough together. They will love cutting the biscuits out with cookie cutters or glasses.
This Thanksgiving dessert is a great dish to make with children. Let the kids chip in by helping to stir–they’ll be fascinated by the boiling and change in texture as the fudge cooks. Keep an eye on young ones because the hot sugar can be quite dangerous.
This is a great dessert for children to help make. Microwave the chocolate and let them stir it until it melts. Throw in your favorite nuts and candy to add texture to this treat. If they still have Halloween candy, and if they’re willing to part with some, chop up the chocolate bars and candy to add.