9 Easy Dinner Recipes That Will Help Your Kids Learn to Cook
Here’s how to get the whole family involved
Too many cooks in the kitchen? As long as everyone has a job—and, OK, a piece of counter space—there’s no such thing. Here, nine recipes your entire family can learn to make (and actually eat) together.
Triple-Decker Grilled Cheese
If building towers of bread and cheese doesn’t scream family fun, nothing does.
First you make the spaghetti. Then you stuff it in taco shells. Dinner = served.
Baking Sheet Quesadillas
Hey, layering tortillas and cheese is an art best learned at an early age.
Stove-Top Mac and Cheese
Delegate and let the kids grate the cheddar. (Hey, the recipe calls for three cups!)
Spinach and Mushroom Omelet
Even picky eaters love breakfast for dinner—it’s all the more fun with filling swaps. (Think avocado or cheddar.)
Classic Stuffed Peppers
Kids can stuff them. The whole family can eat them. A win-win.
Getting their hands on their own piece of dough will be your kids’ favorite part.