any easy recipes for children to make with a teacher?

Id love some easy and nice recipes for children to make with my 11 year-old students.

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10 Responses to “any easy recipes for children to make with a teacher?”

  1. purplepassion said:

    Quesadillas would be a winner

    Tortillas
    Chicken(cooked and sliced small) or Beef or Vegetables for vegetarians.
    Butter
    Cheese soup/Cheese
    Green Onion
    Jalapeno peppers(seeded and sliced)
    Salsa/taco sauce
    Sour Cream
    Salt & Pepper
    Whatever other spices/seasonings and toppings you want

    Heat a fry pan and butter each tortilla, put them in the pan butter side down for a minute then add chicken,cheese,onion etc. place another buttered tortilla on top and press down lightly with spatula.

    When done cut in Quarters

  2. Maryn Bittner said:

    Metric Play Dough
    A painless way to remind kids that the rest of the planet operates on a more sensible system…

    250 ml flour (a little over 1 cup)
    125 ml salt (a little over 1/2 cup)
    2.5 ml cream of tartar (1/2 tsp.)
    250 ml water (a little over 1 cup)
    Food coloring (a few drops)
    20 ml cooking oil (1 Tbsp. + 1 tsp.)
    5 ml vanilla extract (1 tsp.)

    Mix food coloring with water. Mix with remaining ingredients and cook over medium heat until mixture peels away from the sides of the pan and becomes dough-like in consistency. Store in airtight container. Makes a small, fragrant quantity.

    PB&J Daisies
    As much an art project as a cooking one

    1 package of ten refrigerator biscuits, small size (not grand or jumbo)
    5 tsp. peanut butter, smooth or chunky
    2 tsp. jelly or jam, any flavor

    Preheat oven to 400. Separate the biscuits. Using clean kitchen scissors, make 6 – 8 short cuts around the edge of each biscuit. Cut toward the center but not all the way to the center. Place the biscuits two inches apart on an ungreased baking sheet. Using your fingers, press down the center of each biscuit to make a dent. Spoon about 1/2 teaspoon of peanut butter into the dent in each center. Bake at 400 for 8 – 10 minutes. Remove from oven and set on paper plate or placemat on which child had drawn stems and leaves while daisies bake. Place small amount of jelly or jam on top of the peanut butter. Makes ten.

  3. sonnyboy said:

    Have them make a “build your own” pizza day.

    Buy the premade shells and sauce and any items you want to put on the pizz a along with some shredded cheese..
    Have them help chop the veggies,meats etc.and then build their own pizza.Kids love doing this.
    Have fun with your students and have a good school year.

  4. sizay said:

    try..”YEMA” hehehe..
    its a filipino dessert.(Philippines)

    1 cup powdered milk
    1 cup sugar
    3/4-1 can condensed milk….
    nuts

    mix all together..

    mold into small balls…..voila!!! YEMA!

  5. kittthedolphin said:

    pizza, pasta sauce, chocolate swiss roll. just to name a large few

  6. cricket T said:

    How about a trail mix:
    m&m’s, peanuts, raisens,etc
    sweet and salty items.

  7. rmkenterprise said:

    Instead of guessing, why not come up with a few suggestions YOU know are relatively easy, something 11 year olds like, and within your budget. Then let the children choose from the few suggestions you come up with. I think at age 11 I pretty much ate anything 🙂 Pizza might even be doable (homemade crust and all, break down your class into groups, one handling cheese, sausage, sauce, crust, etc.) Im not sure what facilities you have available for cooking.

  8. Bailey said:

    you can always make ice cream sundays, plain vanilla ice cream, and random toppings, they can make their own, and its fun too! cookies, if you have access to an oven, trail mix

  9. baby.j said:

    try http://www.kraftfoods.com they have stuff for every one and great stuff for kids and for Halloween or other holidays really try it… i always find great stuff on there

  10. Ana said:

    Rock Candy!
    They have recipes all over the internet!




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