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A Recipes Kids Will Love

A Recipes Kids Will Love

In need of something new to make your kids? At a loss as to what to make for dessert? We've got you covered! Let's check out some recipes and ideas that your kids will love, all starting with the letter A.

All-Star Fudgy Baseballs and Bats


1 cup Carob powder
1 cup Water
1/4 cup Peanut butter (smooth or crunchy)
1/4 cup Honey
3/4 cup Wheat germ
3/4 cup Rolled oats
1/2 cup Unsweetened shredded coconut
2 Tablespoon Dry milk powder
1/2 teaspoon Grated orange rind (optional)
1 teaspoon Cinnamon (optional)


1. In a small saucepan, combine the water and carob powder. Bring to a boil over low heat, stirring constantly.

2. Add the peanut butter and honey, continue cooking for about 5 minutes, or until syrup is slightly thickened.

3. In a large bowl, mix together the milk powder, wheat germ, oats, coconut, cinnamon, and orange rind (if being used).

4. Pour about one cup of the syrup over the dry mixture, to make a dough-like consistency.

5. Pinch off pieces of the dough and roll each piece into 2-inch-long tubes. Roll the rest into the shape of balls.

Apple Smiles


Peanut butter
1 Red medium apple; cored & sliced about 1/3″ wide, not skinned!
Tiny marshmallows.


1. Spread one side of each apple slice with peanut butter.

2. Place three or four tiny marshmallows on top of the peanut butter on one apple slice.

3. Top with another apple slice, peanut butter side down. Squeeze gently.

Apple Pancakes


2 Apples, diced
1 cup White enriched flour
1 cup Whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1 3/4 cup Milk
1 Tablespoon Brown sugar
2 Eggs
2 Apples, diced


1. Mix together dry ingredients. Add liquid ingredients; mix well then add the diced apples. Mix together.

2. Bake on a hot greased skillet.

After-School Mix


1 cup Semi-sweet chocolate chips
9 cup Chex cereal (Wheat — Rice And Corn)
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) margarine or butter
1/2 cup Peanut butter
1 1/2 cup Powdered sugar
1/4 teaspoon Vanilla


1. Place cereal in large bowl; set aside.

2. In a 1-quart microwave-safe bowl, combine peanut butter, chocolate pieces, and margarine. Microwave on high 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until smooth, stirring after 1 minute.

3. Stir in vanilla. Pour over cereal, stirring until all pieces are evenly coated.

4. Place cereal mixture and sugar in a large resealable plastic bag. Shake until all pieces are well coated. Spread on waxed paper to cool.

Other Kid-Friendly Ideas Beginning with A

If you're in need of other ideas for your kids, look no further! We've got several more for you right here, all beginning with the letter A. Let's take a look.

  • Apples and caramel. Apples on their own might be a favorite of some kids, but very few kids hate apples and caramel. Slice up some apples and serve with a side of caramel for dipping.
  • Applesauce and cinnamon. Applesauce is a very healthy side to serve for dinner, or a great after-school snack. Throw some cinnamon on top to add extra flavor. Or, buy flavored applesauce from the store.
  • Almond Joys. If you're open to including candy in your kids' lunches, Almond Joys are a great choice that fit with the “A” theme. They're sweet, with a little savoriness from the almond. If your kids like chocolate and coconut, this is a great choice.
  • Alphabet soup. This is a fun way to get your kid more interested in eating soup. If they're unwell or it's cold, alphabet soup is the right choice. The broth will help them feel better, while the letters are sure to entertain.
  • Apple cake. Have you ever tried making apple cake? If not, why not give it a shot with your kids? Apple cake is a great choice for fall, or if you're looking to change up your usual dessert menu.
  • Apple strudel. This German pastry is a great choice for breakfast or as a snack. It can be eaten cold, but is best served warm. This is a great way to introduce your kids to foods from other cultures.
  • Dried apricots. If your kids have never tried apricots before, why not introduce them? They're a unique fruit that some kids really love. If your kids end up liking apricots, try making them a PB&J sandwich with apricot jelly.
  • Apricot jelly and toast. Speaking of apricot jelly, you can also use it as a spread on toast. Sometimes, toast and butter gets boring for kids. By using apricot jelly instead, you'll give your kids something fresh and tasty. Alternatively, if apricot isn't your kid's favorite flavor you can use apple butter to keep the “A” theme.
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