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What are some fun and easy recipes for a busy babysitter?

Im babysitting a ten year old, a five year old, and a 7 year old. I need some fun and easy recipes! Please help!
Theyre coming later tonight.

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13 Responses to “What are some fun and easy recipes for a busy babysitter?”

  1. freedom said:

    Your babysitting and asking for recipes, where are the kids?

  2. Kari T said:

    you should be concerned with WATCHING the children, NOT cooking.

  3. C said:

    make chocolate covered prerzles. Just put the white and black chocolate on the chkered pretzles and put it in the oven on 200 degrees. Look up ice cream sandwich cake on the internet and also make that.

  4. eling13c said:

    I do make your own pizzas. Let each child have a piece of dough or tortilla and let them put sauce and cheese and toppings on. Incorage them to make designs or letters with the toppings. I also like to make sandwiches and use large cookie cutters to make them into shapes and take off the crust. Also if time is a factor, you can never go wrong with spagetti or hamburger helper! Good luck!

  5. silly_me said:

    Let them help you make english muffin pizza.

    sauce the english muffin add a few pepperonis and some mozzarela cheese. Bake til cheese melted.

    Snack
    Take about a cup powered sugar and mix it with a drop of milk at a time until it is a spreadable consistency.
    Spread on graham crackers and make a cookie sandwich.

  6. crazyjen said:

    hot dogs, sloppy joes, mac n’ cheese, cheeseburgers, oven fried chicken

    I would suggest you do something that the kids can help you with that way you don’t have to be worrying about what they’re up to while you’re cooking.

  7. robin_mallory@rogers.com said:

    Try Home made yogurt.Home made popcicles.Cake’s?

  8. nataliexoxo said:

    make at home chicken nuggets. you cut the chicken in to bites and dredge in seasoned flour. i always double coat. you can fry or bake.
    then make your own fries. cut up large baking ‘taters and fry till golden.

  9. Dottie R said:

    Snickerdoodles are always good. Kids can help with rolling the dough in the cinnamon sugar and then putting them on the baking sheets. If you like that idea, there’s plenty of recipes for them on other sites, so I won’t try to type one here for you.

  10. Leah R said:

    You should prepare foods that the kids can help out with! Make a chicken salad and have the kids stuff pita shells with some shredded lettuce, chicken salad, and top w/ some shredded cheese. (Depending on the kid, and yourself you can throw in a slice of tomato).

    A fun way to prepare celery is w/peanut butter spread inside and stick raisins inside the peanut butter. Yummy and fun.

    Or simple veggies w/dip.

    You can also prepare homemade pizza’s and let the kids pick out their own toppings!

    Another idea, taco salads! Pile up the goodies (refried beans, taco meat-I like shredded chicken w/taco seasoning mix, lettuce, sour cream, cheese, and any other veggies you can sneak past the kids). Surround the plate with tortilla chips.

    Good Luck!

  11. LX V said:

    Vegetable bugs.
    Set out chopped veggies and fruits (like you would for appetizers) and toothpicks to let them make ‘bugs’. But the rule is you have to eat the bugs you make

  12. lildeb1258 said:

    how aabout mini pizzas on an english muffin they can add their own toppings ,sauce and cheese then broil lots of fun!!!!

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