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Easy Cookie Recipes for Kids

Cookie recipes for kids are essential during the holidays and for those times when you are bored on a Sunday afternoon. You can find simple cookie recipes for kids that you can make with just a few ingredients and little baking time. Get your aprons and measuring cups out and get ready for some quality bonding time. Teach children about fractions with simple cookie recipes for kids and let them do the measuring. There is so much fun involved when you have cookie recipes for kids.

Easy Cookie Recipes for Kids

Cookies are a wonderful treat for kids. With spring break upon us making cookies is a great way to spend quality time with the kids. Children love to help bake cookies almost as much as they love to eat them.

There are many easy cookie recipes for kids. Every child loves peanut butter so easy cookie recipes for kids like this are great. Baking cookies with easy cookie recipes for kids teaches teamwork and allows great family time. It’s a great way to teach time and temperature not to mention math in measurements. The best part is they’ll never know they’re learning math because they are having so much fun. After all the lessons in how to bake easy cookie recipes for kids they get to eat what they made. What a sweet reward and definitely positive reinforcement for a job well done.

These magical times will create many a fond memories for you and your children for years to come.

Do Your Kids Make Cookie Recipes for Themselves or with You?

Simple Cookie Recipes for Kids
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Cookies
Serves or Makes: 6
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup white sugar
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
  2. Mix the sugar and egg together, then add the peanut butter and mix well.
  3. Roll the batter into 1 inch balls and arrange them on a cookie sheet an inch and a half apart.
  4. Dip a fork in sugar and press each dough ball down.
  5. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, or until done.

Photo Credit: peanut butter cookies by timlewisnm, on Flickr

Extraordinary Cakes: Recipes for Bold and Sophisticated Desserts

by Karen Krasne and Tina Wrigh

Making cakes is not only easier than you might think, but it is also plenty of fun. This book brings the art of cake-making to life, and features some really tempting recipes, such as blood orange ricotta torte, toasted macadamia caramel cheesecake, chocolate nirvana, and Marco Polo cake, to name just a few. Learn how to add flair with real flowers and fresh fruit garnishes, how to make professional-looking cakes, and how to make cakes beautiful enough to grace the dinner table at any special occasion. If you already have some baking skills as well as the time for baking, this book will be your best friend in the kitchen. Each recipe features a photo of the finished cake and also a photo of a slice of cake so you can see how it should look inside as well as out. The recipes are not doubled up in the book, so if a recipe calls for the same base as another cake, the page will tell you to ‘refer to page 144’ for example, which means every recipe in this cookbook is unique. A lot of the recipes are for layer cakes, although you also have cheesecakes and other types, so there is plenty to choose from.

Extraordinary Cakes: Recipes for Bold and Sophisticated Desserts
 
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