Looking for something to make for your kids that they'll enjoy? Look no further! We've got a few recipes for you in this article, along with some other ideas for your kids- all starting with the letter B. Let's get into it.
1 Chilled pear half
1 Red cinnamon candy
2 Blanched almonds
cottage cheese ball
1. Place the lettuce leaf on a plate. Place the pear upside down on top of it.
2. Using narrow end of the pear for the bunny's face, place 2 raisins for the eyes, 1 red candy for the nose and 2 blanched almonds for the ears. The cottage cheese ball makes the tail.
Banana Hot Dog Sandwich
1 Hot dog bun
2 Tablespoon Peanut butter
1. Toast bun.
2. Spread peanut butter on bun then add the banana.
3 cup Flour
1 1/2 Tablespoon Baking powder
1 teaspoon Salt
2 cuo Milk
2 Tablespoon Oil
1. Mix dry ingredients then add eggs and milk and then gradually add oil.
2. Pour batter on to griddle in individual size servings.
8 oz Part Skim Mozzarella Cheese, grated
1/2 lb Boiled Ham, sliced
pinch Dried Oregano
1/4 cup Low-fat Milk
Pizza Crust, prepared or homemade
1. Pat the pizza dough out on a 13- by 9-inch pan, baking, sheet or a round pizza pan.
2. Cut the ham into strips and put them on the dough. Sprinkle on the cheese.
3. Combine the eggs and milk in a bowl and beat to blend. Pour the eggs over the dough and sprinkle on the oregano.
4. Bake in a 375 degree F oven for 20 to 30 minutes.
Bugs on a Log
1. Take a stalk of celery and fill center with peanut butter.
2. Place pieces of chocolate chips on top of peanut butter filled celery stalk.
Other Ideas That Start With “B” Kids Will Love
Looking for more inspiration? We've got you! Let's check out some other “B” ideas that your kids will love:
- Burgers. What kid doesn't love burgers? They're one of America's most popular food items for a reason. There are so many ways you can customize a burger. If you have very young children, consider making sliders. They're easier for small hands to handle.
- Boneless wings. Boneless wings might be easier for young kids to eat, and safer too. You can make your own boneless wings, get them from a chain like Domino's, or try to find them at the store. Offer a variety of dipping sauces for your kids to choose from.
- Baked potato. If your kids are picky with side dishes, baked potatoes might be the way to go. Throw some bacon bits and a healthy amount of sour cream on top, and you'll have a great way to complete a meal for your kids.
- Brownies. You've definitely made classic chocolate brownies for your kids before, so why not switch it up? Throw some M&Ms, nuts, or anything else you can think of into the batter and see how it turns out!
- Brisket. Briskets are juicy, tender, and full of flavor when cooked properly. Turn a brisket into sandwiches, or keep as-is. Serve with your favorite BBQ sauce and some baked mac and cheese.
- Bacon. Bacon might not be the healthiest thing in the world, but that's okay sometimes. If you're making breakfast for your kid, simmer up some bacon for them to enjoy along with their usual.
- Baked chicken. Chicken tends to be popular with kids, so it's a great way to get them the protein they need. Baked chicken is juicy and tender, making it an excellent choice for a “B” dinner.
- Butternut squash. If you're in search of a healthy side option for your kids' dinner, butternut squash is the way to go. It's relatively sweet in taste, so even pickier eaters should enjoy it. You can drizzle maple syrup on top to up the sweetness if your kids don't find it palatable enough.
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