Top 12 Children’s Cooking Games That Are Simple And Fun


1. Kool-Aid candy dots

Do you need a no-bake recipe to keep your children busy for some time? This Kool-Aid candy dot recipe is just what you and your children need on a hot afternoon.

You will need:

Wax paper
1½ cups powdered sugar
1 egg
¼tsp Kool-Aid flavoring
How to make:
In a large bowl, whip the egg white and the powdered sugar together for 4-5 minutes.
Separate the mixture and add different Kool-Aid flavors in each.
Transfer each colored mixture into a plastic baggie or a piping cone.
Cut the wax paper into two-inch-wide strips.
Cut a small piece off the end of the baggies and make dots on the wax paper.
Let the candies harden overnight. They can be eaten when not fully hardened too.


2. Rainbow fruit salad

Introduce your child to the wonders of different fruits by making a fruit salad. Let them cut, peel, and de-seed different fruits for an immersive sensory experience.

You will need:

Fruits of different colors
How to make:

Cut different fruits and de-seed them.
Chop them into small pieces.
Take a small bowl, put all the fruits in it, and serve.