If you’re a parent, you’ve probably already started putting plans in place to keep the kids busy when they’re home over March Break. While they are likely thrilled to take a break from all the schoolwork and early mornings, you are probably bracing for how to keep them busy and out of trouble during that time.
If a beach vacation isn’t in the cards this year, then start making plans for a fun and active Staycation at home. The key is being prepared with enough activities and plans to keep the munchkins entertained and happy, and save your sanity.
If you’re keen to skip the lines at the museum, or need an indoor activity to escape the chilly temperatures, then why not plan on a cozy day together in the kitchen? If you’re armed with some easy yet delicious recipes, it’s guaranteed to be a day of fun. (Alright, the cleanup may not be so fun, but think of the memories you’ll make while creating all that mess!)
So get ready to cook up some fun. We’ve got five easy-to-make recipes that they’ll have as much fun cooking as they will devouring.
You can’t propose cooking with the kids without offering up something sweet they can get really excited about. So why not try this delicious Apple Crumble? Fresh apples and hearty oats go into your combination oven and come out ready to serve either at room temperature, or warm with a scoop of ice cream. The one thing we can guarantee is that you won’t have any leftovers.
Entertaining the kids over March Break may not be all sunshine and unicorns, but it can certainly be close when you make these fun Unicorn Cupcakes. Don’t be fooled by how beautiful they are – this recipe is simple and easy to make in your combination oven, and gets dressed up with some creative icing tricks the kids will love.