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Sweet Breakfast Noodle Kugel Recipr for Yom Kippur

Break the fast with this Yom Kippur breakfast kugel. This sweet, noodle-filled treat is the perfect way to start your day, break your fast or just snack! This pudding-like part of your holiday meal plan is easy to make—for the whole family. Cooking is an ideal activity if you want to bring everyone together and help your children to learn about traditions, science and so much more. Ask the kids to help you to measure and mix the ingredients, while you do the baking yourself. Ingredients You'll Need 1/2-pound egg noodles 1 cup cottage cheese 2 cups sour cream 1/2-cup...

Halloween No-Bake Ghost Marshmallow Lollipops

Your kiddo needs a tasty treat to bring to their classroom Halloween party. But you don't have time to bake a cake, cupcakes or cookies from scratch. How can you help your child to whip up a holiday dessert, without spending the entire day in the kitchen? Check out these no-bake Halloween treats! Ingredients You'll Need to Make Ghoulishly Good Marshmallow Pops Marshmallows White chocolate Food coloring Candy eyes Lollipop sticks Wax paper How To Steps Forget about a double boiler. You can melt chocolate in the microwave. Place white chocolate chunks into a microwave-safe bowl and heat in 10-second increments...

World Food Day Recipe Activity Ideas for Kids

October 16 marks World Food Day. This special day sheds light on food scarcity and the need to solve the world-wide hunger epidemic. Along with activities such as donating to a food pantry or helping to serve a meal at a community kitchen, you can also help your child to better understand what eating looks (and tastes) like in other countries. Celebrate this global event with an international array of foodie finds—that your kiddos can help you to make. Croque Monsieur This French fave is an upgraded grilled cheese that comes with plenty of oeey, gooey goodness. Toast crusty bread...

Easy No-Bake Halloween Treats

Your child wants to whip up a kitchen-full of Halloween treats. But you aren't exactly the world's best baker. What can you do? If you aren't a from-scratch cook, don't stress. You can still get creative in the kitchen with the kiddos. Instead of digging up your grandma's intricate cake recipe, try these easy (and quick) holiday alternatives. Candy Corn Cookies Buy a dozen (or more) of your child's favorite flavored cookies. Use sugar cookies, chocolate chip, peanut butter or any other variety your family enjoys. Coat the top of each cookie with a thin layer of orange-colored frosting. Add...

Challah Sandwich Ideas for Rosh Hashanah

Your family baked their favorite challah bread recipe in celebration of Rosh Hashanah. Keep the Jewish New Year's fun going with a few easy-to-make challah sandwich ideas. These are perfect for your kids' lunches, an impromptu holiday gathering or an outdoor picnic adventure (provided the fall weather cooperates). Apples and Honey Apples and honey are a holiday staple for the Jewish New Year. Combine this sweet selection with your freshly-baked challah and make a completely kid-friendly sandwich. Remove the skins from the apples and slice them. If your young child doesn't enjoy the crunch of an apple slice (or you...

Halloween Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Recipe

You've stocked up on candy. But you're still looking for an easy-to-make treat to make for your Halloween party. If you don't want to spend the day slaving away over the stove, check out this simple chocolate-covered holiday pretzel recipe! Ingredients You'll Need Pretzels- Choose your favorite shape or combine rods, smaller twists and larger thick twists Chocolate Orange, yellow, and black sprinkles Wax paper Optional: Candy eyes How-To Steps Melt the chocolate. Break the chocolate into pieces. Place the pieces into a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave the chocolate in 10-second increments until it melts. Check the chocolate often to make...

Rosh Hashana, Apples & Honey and Your Family: Ideas for Kids

Apples and honey are a traditional Rosh Hashanah treat. Before you slice and pour, check out what your child needs to know about this tradition and how you can create your own sweet New Year's version. Why Do We Eat Apples and Honey On Rosh Hashanah? The sweetness of apples and honey symbolizes the wish for a sweet new year. Make this holiday treat into an annual tradition! Read on for more information on fun, family-friendly ways to add apples and honey into your Rosh Hashanah celebration. How Can You Prepare Apples and Honey for the Holiday? The easy answer...

Autumnal Equinox Activities for Kids

The autumnal equinox happens on September 23. Celebrate the first day of fall with a few fun-filled family activities. Whether your kiddo is artsy, love the great outdoors or enjoys cooking, these ideas will keep them busy all day long! Leaf Print Haves the leaves turned from summer green to fall orange? If not, your child can still explore the colors of fall. Gather a few fallen leaves—green, brown, yellow, or any color. Pour pools of autumn-hued paint colors onto paper plates. Dip the leaves (one at a time) into the paint. Press the leaves onto poster board, card stock...

World Friendship Day Cooking with Kids Activity

Celebrate World Friendship Day on July 30 with a fun family activity. Who was your child's first friend? May it was you, your spouse or a sibling. Help your little learner to understand the importance of friendship with a fun-filled family interview activity. And bonus, this holiday idea doubles as a 'kids in the kitchen' cooking project. Pick a Person to Interview Who should your child interview? They can choose a 'family friend' (such as mom, dad or a sibling), a school friend or a pal from the neighborhood. Choose a Question What should your child ask their friend? The...

Labor Day Recipes for the Whole Family

Are you planning a Labor Day picnic? What should you put on the menu? Take some time, relax and let your family help with the prep work. These easy-to-make recipe ideas are tasty treats that will add a special something to your holiday picnic party or backyard bash. End of Summer Salad Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. Celebrate the season that was with a salad! Include favorite summertime fruits, such as sliced strawberries, blueberries and raspberries along with whole-leaf spinach, arugula, tomatoes from your garden, corn (kernels) and anything else that reminds you of the season. Beach...