recipes kids can cook

Healthy Summer Snack for Kids: Fro-Yo Grapes

Healthy Summer Snack for Kids: Fro-Yo Grapes

Need to cool down on a sweltering hot summer day? These fro-yo grapes are an excellent healthy summer snack for kids and they'll help the whole family cool down with icy grapey deliciousness. Assembling these grapes is extra fun because it involves toothpicks! So try these fro-yo grapes for an interactive afternoon snack! They also make a grape (!) excuse to play with your food.

Food Hacks: Make Your Own Strawberry Jam

Food Hacks: Make Your Own Strawberry Jam

Summer is finally here!! Which also means strawberry season is here!! We decided to try our hand at make your own strawberry jam. Turns out, it's super easy to make and tastes way better than what you normally buy in the store! Also, this jam requires no heat and cooking, has no added sugar, and is only 2 ingredients. If that's not a food hack, I don't know what is!

Food Hack: Make Your Own Taco Kale Chips

Food Hack: Make Your Own Taco Kale Chips

We LOVE kale here at Nomster Chef and hope you do, too! It's high in fiber and has tons of iron, vitamin k and antioxidants. As if it could get any better, you can also make "chips" out of kale! So fun and easy to nom on. This Taco Kale Chip version has some of our favorite Mexican spices, plus nutritional yeast (an ingredient that tastes like cheese but is healthy and vegan). Mmm!

Fruit Ice Pops for Your Pops

Fruit Ice Pops for Your Pops

With Father’s Day around the corner and temperatures soaring into the 90s in NYC, we thought it would be perfect timing to make fruit ice pops, for your pops! If your dad loves food, these 4 ingredient ice pops will be an excellent way to say “thanks Dad, stay cool.” You can make them now to prepare for Father's Day or make them the morning of, but remember fruit ice pops need to freeze for several hours. And if mango isn’t your dad’s thing, you can easily swap in a different fruit. Happy Father's Day!

Holiday Recipes for Kids: Thanksgiving Stuffing

Holiday Recipes for Kids: Thanksgiving Stuffing

It's just the beginning of the holiday season, which comes with plenty of family, food, and fun. Why not combine all three, and get your little ones in the kitchen helping out with Thanksgiving dinner? While we aren't suggesting that your three-year-old roasts the turkey, kids can get involved in different ways. By having them help prepare a side dish, they feel as though they have made a major contribution to the meal, and they'll tell everyone at your table about how they made it. Imagine the huge smile across both their face and yours.