Are you in need of ideas that your kids will love? If so, then you're in the right place! We've got a great recipe for you to try with your kids; it's loads of fun and will leave them asking for more! In addition, we've got some ideas for you to try out for dinner and breakfast- all starting with the letter H! Let's not waste any time and get right into it.
1 18″ square heavy duty foil
4 Tablespoons Popcorn
4 teaspoon Cooking oil
1. Cut 18″ square of heavy duty foil into four squares. In the center of each square, place one teaspoon oil and one tablespoon popcorn.
2. Bring the four corners of foil to the center, making pouch like hobo knapsack. Seal edges well.
3. With string, tie coners of each pouch to long handled barbeque tool or green stick.
4. Place pouch directly on hot coals and shake often until corn is popped.
5. Carefully open pouch and season popcorn with melted butter and salt.
Homemade Cracker Jacks
1 cup Peanuts
4 cup Popped corn
1/4 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Molasses
1. Mix popcorn and peanuts together in a large bowl or pan.
2. Cook molasses and sugar together until the mixture reaches a tempurature of 235 degrees F on a candy thermometer. If you don't have a thermometer, test the syrup by letting some drop from a spoon into a cup of cold water. The syrup is done when it forms a thead as it drops into the water.
3. Pour hot syrup mixture over the popcorn nut mixture and stir to coat evenly.
4. Cool and break into chunks with a wooden spoon. Store in an airtight container.
Other “H” Ideas Kids Will Love
In need of more ideas that your kids will love? Look no further! We've got some great ideas for you here, all starting with the letter H.
- Hamburgers. Burgers are among every kid's list of favorite foods. They make for a great summertime dinner. There are so many different toppings you can throw on a burger, from ketchup to mac and cheese. Have your kids help you pick out the toppings for your burgers.
- Hot dogs. Another summertime classic. Hot dogs can be customized just about as much as burgers can be, making them great for everyone. Just put ketchup and mustard on, or make it fancy and add chili and relish.
- Hash browns. A morning classic, hash browns are easy for small hands to eat and delicious. They don't work too well by themselves for breakfast, but when paired with a bagel or toast it makes for a complete start to the day.
- Haddock fish fry. A fish fry is a great way for a kid to eat more seafood, since children tend to be pickier with fish than adults are. Grab some haddock from the store and prepare it as a fish fry. Serve with fries and coleslaw, and you've got a great dinner!
- Honey-glazed ham. Ham on its own might not be a kid's favorite, but honey-glazed ham is sure to leave them satisfied! The honey will add a nice touch of sweetness; what kid doesn't love sweet food? Honey is also quite healthy, so you can rest assured knowing that you aren't giving your child something bad for their health.
- Honey and toast. Toast is a great way for your kids to start their day. Putting some honey on is a great way to add flavor, and is a healthier choice than jams or jellies that might have a lot of sugar. It's also great for sick kids, since honey can sooth a sore throat.
- Hazelnut spread. If you've had Nutella before, then you've had hazelnut spread! You can buy a jar of Nutella from the store or make your own. Either way, hazelnut spread is a yummy addition to toast, cookies, brownies, and pancakes, among other foods. Your kids will love the taste, and you'll love the flexibility!
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