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5 Seasonal Recipes Your Kids Can Make

5 Seasonal Recipes Your Kids Can Make

In our homeschool, one of my seven-year-old daughter’s favorite classes is Cooking Class. Yes, it is a big official name for an activity that most of the time is merely her helping me make dinner. But she feels important and we DO do special cooking projects as well. This collection of recipes is one of those projects.

A few weeks ago, she and I sat down and made a list of what foods tend to grow in autumn (and not just where we live, which is why there is a recipe here that highlights tropical fruits and nuts!). She then matched up her favorite recipes with that food list and we chose five to share with you.

So today, I’m over at GNOWFGLINS, sharing those recipes.

Visit GNOWFGLINS to see all the recipes.

 

 

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