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This page will be used to list recipes and cooking tips for kids. Send us your favorite kid-friendly recipes.

Kitchen Rules to Remember

  1. Always go over the recipe with an adult before you begin any kitchen project. Make sure that person has enough time to help you complete the recipe.
  2. Read through your recipe before you begin to make sure you've got all the ingredients and tools you'll require.
  3. Clean up as you go. Wipe down counters, put dirty dishes in the sink, and rinse out bowls as you finish with them. That way, cleaning up is quick.
  4. Be sure all of your ingredients are fresh. Check expiration dates on all milk and dairy products.
  5. Re-read the recipe a few times as you're cooking to be sure you don't forget any steps. Also, if you are new at cooking, keep distractions, such as TV and friends, out of the kitchen until you're finished. You'll be better able to concentrate on making your recipe a success.

Here is an easy snack recipe!

Roly Polies
Cut a 3 ounce package of cream cheese into 8 squares; shape into balls. Roll in chopped pecans and insert a toothpick.

Make some ornaments for your Christmas tree!
Baker's Clay Ornaments

1/3 cup water
1/2 cup salt
1 cup flour
Tin foil
Sharpened pencil
Poster paint
Shellac or varnish
1. Mix salt, water, and flour in a bowl with your hands to form clay.
2. Take bits of the clay and make different shapes.
3. Place each shape on a baking sheet covered with foil.
4. Make a hole in the top of each shape with the point of a pencil.
5. Bake at 275 degrees for 1 hour, until brown.
6. Let shapes cool and then paint them.
7. When paint is dry, coat them with shellac or varnish.
8. String with yarn and hang on your tree.

Here is an easy recipe from Nestle!

Chocolate Eggnog
Makes 8 to 10 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Ready In Time: 10 minutes

1 quart (32 fluid-ounces) NESTLÉ NESQUIK Ready-to-Drink Chocolate Milk
3 cups (24 fluid-ounces) prepared eggnog
Ground nutmeg

COMBINE NesQuik and eggnog in large pitcher or bowl; refrigerate. Pour into glasses. Sprinkle with nutmeg.

If you are a kid between the ages of 5-18 living in one of the Fox Cities you can contribute to this magazine! Please send an email to the address below to find out more.