Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

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Children’s Day is a day when you celebrate your children and children around the world. It’s not the only day you do that, of course, but in India, we celebrate it to coincide with Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday. And on days like these, especially when it turns out to be a Monday, it’s always good to just spend time with your kids and cook or do something equally fun. Whether you’re watching movies or going out to spend time with friends, there’s so much to do! But it’s definitely fun to whip up some quick treats that they can brag about to their friends the next day at school.

So we’ve put together 10 dishes that are easy to make and can be done by the kids, with a little help from you. Make sure they’ve got their aprons, mittens and recipes all ready, because it’s going to be a really fun day!

Baked Potatoes With Broccoli and Sour Cream

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

Poke holes in the potatoes and microwave till soft. In a bowl mix broccoli florets with butter, salt and pepper and cook it in the microwave for 3 minutes. Cut the potatoes down the middle to split it open, then fill the opening with broccoli and add some sour cream and serve hot!

Breakfast toast cups

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

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Spray a muffin tray with butter and then using a rolling pin, roll out the slice of breads till they’re thin. Using a cookie cutter, cut out a piece of the bread and then put the cut pieces into the tray, so that it forms a cup like shape. Then add spinach leaves and cheese on top, add two slices of bacon and then break the egg into the center. Put it into the oven and bake for about 15 minutes. And you’re done.

S’mores Shake

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

Blend Rocky Road ice cream with milk till smooth, then add a few crackers/biscuits of your choice and blend again till nicely combined. Pour it out into a tall glass and top it off with toasted marshmallows, cookie crumbles and chocolate sauce. Simple S’Mores Shake!

Clubhouse Sandwich

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

This is the perfect after school snack and depending on what your preference is, you can add anything you want into the sandwich. Cook all the ingredients and once the chicken is ready, make it into a salad. Toast your bread slices and lay them out separately and put everything together. Start with the chicken salad as the base and then add everything else, till your sandwich is piled up high. And serve.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Treats

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

You can either buy the rice cakes or make it yourself using Rice Krispies. Spread them out onto parchment paper, then add peanut butter on the top of each cake. Then add melted chocolate to the top of the peanut butter. Then set the treats aside to cool and to let the chocolate harden. And then it’s ready to eat!

All Day Breakfast Pancakes

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

This is the best kind of breakfast, if we’re being honest, and it takes almost no time at all to make delicious pancakes. And even better, you can make them in any shape you want! In a small bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and set aside. Then add in milk, butter, and eggs to the mixture and stir till you have a nicely formed batter. Scoop up some and pour it onto a hot skillet and cook both sides.

Whole-Wheat Pizza Hand Pockets

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

Mix your cheese options with pepperoni,egg yolk and salt into a bowl. Divide your dough into even pieces and then roll into 5-inch rounds. Add the cheese filling in the center with some sauce and using the beaten egg as a coating, folds the dough to make a half moon. Press the edges and crimp to seal it all in, and then set it on a baking sheet and bake for about 30 minutes. Make sure you let it cool before you serve!

Baked Parmesan Chicken Strips

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

Cut the chicken into strips and season. In a ziplock bag, combine flour, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and Italian seasoning. Toss the strips into the bag and mix it nicely till everything is fully coated. In a bowl, beat eggs and then dip the chicken into the egg and in another bowl, once you’ve mixed the crumbs and parmesan, add the chicken into this and then place the chicken on a baking sheet and stick it in the oven for about 40 minutes till nicely browned and cooked. Serve it with a dip or sauce, or just eat it like that, it works anyway!

Three-Ingredient Nutella Brownies

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

Add the Nutella, eggs and flour into a bowl and mix till the batter is smooth. Then pour it into a baking tray and put it in the oven. Alternatively, you can put the brownies in the microwave and bake them that way.

Easy Jello Ice Pops

Celebrate Children’s Day By Making These 10 Really Easy Dishes With Your Kids

In a pitcher, combine Jell-O with juice of your choice, sugar and boiling water and stir till it’s all dissolved. Then mix in cold water and stir together before you pour it into the molds. Freeze for a few hours or overnight until solid and bam, all done.

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