Don’t you just hate it when you click on a link to a bunch of amazing recipes for kids, only to find that they are either full of common allergens or require a stove, microwave, or oven to make?!
What if you are a children’s librarian, or a scout leader, or an after school teacher? Many of us don’t have access to any cooking apparatus, and besides, cooking for kids without any food safety certifications gets dicey real quick.
(cooking…dicey…get it? No? Just me? Oh well)
I’m in the process of creating a great cookbook series for kids (or for adults who want to learn how to cook), and I’m excited to offer my readers some sneak peeks of a few of the recipes I’ll be adding to the books, including this awesome snack you can make with ages 1 to anyone!
Think your crew will like them? If you try this recipe out, give me some feedback in the comments and you’ll receive a free download of the first cookbook when it’s ready! What else would your kid clubs like to make? What allergies do you have to contend with?