Celebrate your patriotic spirit when you cook with your kids!
It’s officially BBQ season! Celebrate your patriotic spirit this weekend and take some time and create some foodie fun with your kids while using these recipes. You can encourage speech and language while you are creating Yum and Fun! Keep the kids active with any one of these fun recipes, or, better yet, let them help with the whole meal!
Dry Rub Ribs– It’s BBQ time..let your kids measure out the dry ingredients in this recipe and rub it all over the ribs!
Strawberry Poundcake Kabobs– These colorful fun kabobs are easy to create ahead of time with your kids, plus they make great “take-alongs” for a picnic or outing as you head over to friends or family for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July.
Corn on the Cob Pops – Perfect for juicy sweetcorn. Simply cook corn and just add a popsicle stick. Most kids (and adults) love anything on a stick because, well, it makes it more fun to eat, right?!?
Watermelon Cake – This dessert is light and refreshing, simple to make, and the taste is decadent! It is perfect for any summer get-together or celebration. Plus, it has a surprise factor; no one expects a watermelon on the inside of this elegant cake
Ice Cream Sandwiches– It’s the start of summer and, what’s better than kicking back and unwinding by enjoying a yummy, ice cream snack?
Campfire Banana Boats at Home– campfire bananas with melted marshmallow, chocolate, and crushed graham crackers. This tinfoil pouch is filled will ooey, gooey deliciousness. The best part is you won’t smell like the smoke from a campfire.
Strawberry Infused Water– Fruit Infused Water Combinations: The beauty of making your own infused waters is that you can create any combination that your kids, or you, desire and add as little or as much fruit into your drink! Add a few blueberries and a patriotic straw to complete the drink.