Looking for some ideas to make with or for your kids? We've got you covered! In this article, we'll go over a great “L” recipe that you can make with your kids, along with several ideas for drinks, snacks, and dinners! Let's jump into it.
Lincoln Log Home
2 (9 ounce) bags pretzel logs
1/4 cup water
1 cup all-purpose flour
1. Mix flour and water into a thick paste.
2. Arrange the pretzel logs in the following fashion: Spread paste over 1 side and microwave for 50 seconds on HIGH; let cool.
Back wall of house – 5 whole pretzel rods.
Front wall of house – 5 pretzel rod halves.
Make 2 sides with peaks – 5 whole pretzel rods; 1 rod with 1-inch cut from it, centered over the 5; 1/2 pretzel rod centered over the others, and the 1-inch portion centered as the peak.
Other L Recipes That Kids Will Love
There's plenty of other ideas for “L” food and drink that kids will love. Whether you're trying to plan for next week or you're hosting an L-themed party, we've got you covered. Let's get into it.
- Lemonade. On a hot summer day, who doesn't love lemonade? It's sweet and sour at the same time. Try your hand at making your own homemade lemonade; it's definitely worth it!
- Linguini. Linguini is a very popular pasta type. Mix it up with some chicken and alfredo sauce for a delicious and cozy meal everyone will love.
- Lamb. Lamb isn't the most common meat families enjoy, but it's certainly worth trying if you haven't. Throw it on the grill or cook it inside with herbs and spices. This is a great way to switch your dinners up if your kids are getting sick of chicken and beef.
- Lasagna. Another pasta classic, lasagna is one of America's most popular dinners for a reason. You can make it with meat or without, but either way it's sure to delight everyone in your family.
- Limeade. Have you ever tried limeade before? It's not too different from lemonade, but it's different enough that it'll break up the monotony of summertime drinks. Make some homemade limeade for your family to enjoy!
- Lobster. If you live where fresh lobster is plentiful, grab some for your kids to try! They'll love getting messy while they learn to crack a lobster, and the meat inside is nice and sweet. Serve it with melted butter for dipping.
- Lollipops. Every kid loves candy. Lollipops are great to offer as a dessert, or as part of your kid's lunch. Grab some from the store, or make your own if you're feeling particularly ambitious.
- Licorice. On the topic of every kid loving candy, licorice is another option. Licorice has an iconic flavor that many people, kids and adults, love. Keep in mind that Twizzlers are not actually licorice; if you want real licorice, visit a candy store.
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