When you get your Easy-Bake Oven it will sometimes come with one or two mixes included but what next? There are so many different options to create from snacks to dinner to dessert and everything in between. The only limits are your imagination so get started with your favourite categories to find the recipes for you.
For teens and adults there are schools and classes to attend if you want to learn to be a chef, for younger kids though, grade school doesn’t offer any cooking classes. Cooking Class: 57 Fun Recipes Kids Will Love to Make (and Eat!) by Deanna F. Cook makes up for that void. Includes recipe for Dipped Strawberry Dessert. […]
When you are looking for something to do with your 4-9 year olds this summer, learning a few tips and tricks in the kitchen isn’t a bad place to start. The trick is to find recipes easy enough for them to start with and yet fun enough to be something they WANT to eat because let’s face it kids can be kind of finicky eaters.
(Includes recipe for Sandwich Train) […]
One of the most enjoyable things about the Easy Bake Oven is that you can let your children’s creativity soar with each recipe by simple personalizations and modifications to the recipes. The Little Princess Easy-Bake Oven Recipe & Coloring Book by Jane Romsey helps with this creativity! (Includes sample Kool Aid Cake Mix Recipe) […]