Cooking with Children: Fun Fusion | Sprinkle and a Dash

Cooking with Children: Fun Fusion

What better time then this present Stay At Home time in history to play in the kitchen with your children.

Here are some of my favorite Fusion recipes.

How fun is this……Cheeseburger Pizza

Our take on this guaranteed family favorite saves more than 200 calories, 16 grams of fat, and nearly 670 milligrams of sodium over the leading fast-food cheeseburger pizza.


For breakfast….lunch….dinner…or Mother’s Day brunch. Why not  Monte Cristo Crepes?

Monte Cristo Crepes Recipe | Serious Eats

Bet you can find everything you need for this even after Covid 19 is over favorite.

Cuban Chicken Pizza

Cuban Chicken Pizza | Flour tortillas pinch-hit as a crisp crust for this hearty pizza loaded with chicken and vegetables. Toasting the corn in a skillet brings out its natural sweetness and adds a deliciously smoky note.

So pretty, and sneaking a little protein into a dessert that kids are sure to love.

Cannoli Cones

Cannoli Cones

Stuck with a finicky PBJ kid, try these fun ways to change it up.

Peanut Butter & Jelly "Sushi" Rolls (snack!)

PB&J Burrito by The Power of Family Meals

While we’re rolling things up,  spread some hummus or cream cheese on a slice of bread add some thinly sliced veggies.  Yum!

"Sushi" Surprise These cute "sushi" pieces are a perfect April Fool's Day treat for the kids! #recipe #aprilfoolsday

Fun salad idea that fuses color and flavor.

Spring Roll Salad in a Jar

Spring Roll Salad In A Jar- Vietnamese rolls inspired deconstructed spring roll salad with a delicious umami flavored dressing. Vegan. Gluten Free.

Now that a variety of fruits are coming into season, how about these pretty treats?

Fresh Fruit Spring Rolls

Fresh Fruit Spring Rolls. A delicious and tasty sweet twist on spring rolls, filled with fresh fruit and served with a honey lime dip.

In case you didn’t know, kids love crepes!

Mango Lassi Crepes

Since I hear, everyone is baking…even me… the only chocolate chips I can find some days are white chocolate. Your welcome… you will love these! The kids won’t even care that the store was out of chocolate chips.

orange creamsicle cookies

The Baker Upstairs: orange creamsicle cookies

Hope this helps Sprinkle some fun into your kitchen and onto your table with the help of your children.  Enjoy!


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