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Kids Can Cook Kosher

These are kosher recipes by and for children. Find recipes with few ingredients and easy instructions that enable kids to cook by themselves. And find recipes for dishes especially loved by children.
  1. Kids Cook Kosher Entrees (9)
  2. Kids Make Kosher Salads (3)
  3. Kids Bake Kosher Desserts (2)

Perfect Baked Potatoes (Dairy)

We used to prepare baked potatoes in the microwave. But we’ve discovered that baked potatoes are much tastier when slowly baked in the oven. Simply, wash and dry, puncture with a fork, rub olive oil and salt all around, and slowly bake in the oven. Serve with a green salad for a lite, but satiating meal.

Fried Eggplant and Techina Sandwiches

Looking for something new to pack for lunch? Are your kids tired of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches? My children love pita bread stuffed with fried eggplant and techina. While I avoid frying whenever possible, I am willing to fry eggplant slices so I can make these Fried Eggplant and Techina sandwiches for my children.

Summer Fruit Shake

My son tried a Fruit Shake in the mall, and since then he has not stopped experimenting with our blender all summer in an effort to create the world's best Fruit Shake. Together we have discovered that the best shakes contain bananas, dates, mango, grapes, ice cubes and milk.

Cookbook Review: Kosher by Design - Kids in the Kitchen

Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen, by Susie Fishbein, is the first cookbook I would purchase when looking to spend time in the kitchen with my kids. The book's colorful designs inspire children to cook. The book's easy-to-read recipes, safety rules, equipment glossary and kosher information help children to become competent in the kitchen.

Cookbook Review: The Kids Kosher Cookbook

Miriam Zakon's The Kids Kosher Cookbook maintains a traditional Jewish spirit, enables kids to cook independently, and contains basic, real-food, kosher recipes. The book provides information about keeping kosher, holidays and blessings. The author writes as if she is in the kitchen with your child. And some of the recipes are so simple and...

Susie Fishbein's Kosher Stuffed Baked Potatoes (Parve or Dairy)

Once again Susie Fishbein offers an easy-to-make and delicious-to-eat kosher recipe. This Stuffed Baked Potatoes recipe comes from Fishbein's children's cookbook, Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen. Bake the potato, and then top it with sour cream and chives, salsa cheddar or broccoli cheddar toppings. YUM!

Almond Chocolate Granola Bars (Dairy)

Instead of buying expensive granola bars at the grocery store, you can easily make homemade granola bars. These Granola Bars are delicious, easy to prepare and nutritious. And the recipe is very flexible so you can use it to make several different flavors of granola bars.

Oat Nut Granola Bars (Dairy)

Instead of buying expensive granola bars at the grocery store, you can easily make homemade granola bars. These Granola Bars are delicious, easy to prepare and nutritious. And the recipe is very flexible so you can use it to make several different flavors of granola bars.

Homemade Crepes (Pareve)

If you can scramble an egg, then you can make homemade crepes or blintzes. Just mix eggs, water, flour and salt, pour a bit in a frying pan, cook until it pulls away from the side of the pan, and turn out into a plate. Your kids can fill them with Nutella or jelly for a great treat, or you can fill them with sauteed mushrooms, mashed potatoes or...

Easy Sweet Potato Soup (Parve)

This is one of the easiest soup recipes I know, and fortunately it is also one of my kids' favorite soups. So if you've invited guests for Shabbos who have children or you need to prepare a tasty soup but have limited energy, this is the recipe for you. Simply saute the sweet potatoes, bell pepper, onion and garlic, add broth and seasonings,...

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