Looking for some ideas for recipes to make with your kids? Need ideas for dinner, breakfast, or dessert? We've got you! In this article, we've got recipes and ideas for you, all starting with the letter J. Let's get straight into it.
2 packages (8-serving size each) Jello Brand Gelatin, any flavor
2-1/2 cups boiling water
1. Stir boiling water into gelatin in large bowl 3 minutes until completely dissolved. Pour into 13×9 inch pan.
2. Refrigerate at least 3 hours or until firm (gelatin does not stick to finger when touched).
3. Dip bottom of pan in warm water about 15 seconds. Cut into decorative shapes with cookie cutters all the way through gelatin or cut into 1-inch squares.
4. Lift from pan. Serve immediately.
Jello Fruit Popsicles
1 small box fruit flavored jello
2 cups fruit juice
2 cups boiling water
1. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water.
2. Add juice and pour into Popsicle molds. Freeze.
Jello Popcorn Balls
1 cup light Karo syrup
1 cup granulated sugar
1 small box any flavor gelatin
1. Bring Karo syrup, sugar and gelatin to a boil.
2. Pour over 4 quarts of popcorn and mix well. Form into balls.
Other “J” Ideas Kids Will Love
Still in need of ideas? No worries! Check out these other “J” ideas that your kids are sure to ask for again and again:
- Jerky. Jerky is an easy, tasty snack to offer your kids in their lunch or after school. It's packed with protein, making it a healthy option for growing kids or student athletes.
- Jalapeno poppers. Jalapeno poppers are a spicy snack or side that kids will love! Some kids are more sensitive to spice than others, so keep this in mind before making this for your kid.
- Jambalaya. You may have had shrimp jambalaya at a restaurant before. Have you tried making it at home for your kids? There are so many flavors in this dish, all of them coming together to make an amazing dinner option that everyone will love.
- Jelly and toast. Why not keep breakfast simple? Jelly and toast is a great way to get your kids' day started. Have them pick out their favorite flavor of jelly for their breakfast.
- Jaffa cake. This is a sponge biscuit with orange jelly and chocolate on top. They make a great dessert option for your kids to take to school or have as an after-dinner snack.
- Jelly donuts. Getting jelly donuts from Dunkin' is fun, but have you tried making your own donuts? It's not too hard, assuming you have the oil on hand. Remember to never dump oil down the drain!
- Johnnycake. Johnnycakes are a type of cornmeal flatbread. They are great with maple syrup, and have been part of indigenous culture for many years. This is a great way to switch up breakfast on the weekend!
- Jawbreakers. You probably enjoyed jawbreakers as a kid. Why not introduce them to your kids? Make sure your kid is old enough to eat them properly, as jawbreakers can be a choking hazard for very young kids.
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