There’s no getting around it, a bunch of holidays are coming.
That means little ones will be home.
Why not keep them busy helping make some recipes for your holiday table. Below are some wonderful options we will be making.
This no oven needed light pumpkin dessert is perfect after a heavy meal. Children will love setting it on the table and sharing that they made dessert.
These Stuffed Endive Appetizers are amazing. They were a quick wedding reception appetizer for my son’s wedding a bit ago.
In class we substituted pomegranate arils for the blackberries to keep with our fall theme.
And what could be more child pleasing than a big bowl of Stovetop Mac and Cheese. We made the recipe with regular cream cheese and cheddar cheese rather than low fat. It’s a great non-greasy, one pan, cheesy Mac and Cheese in 15 minutes.
Even my picky eater , “I don’t like cheese Mrs. M… ” She ate a second helping.
If you’re looking for something the really little ones can help make, they can help create these beautiful Fresh Fruit Snowflake Kabobs . How pretty are these???
Look at these beauties…
Use homemade like we plan to or canned whole berry cranberry sauce for this sweet/savory appetizers.
Don’t have time for gingerbread men or houses? Soft and quick Gingerbread bars might satisfy their sweet tooth and yours.
Lastly, I can’t wait to make these with my students. Sparkly cookies! Perfect for the New Year’s Eve table.
Have fun and plan ahead to include them. They will be so proud to share any one of these with family and friends.