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Any meal can be the most important meal of the day with these recipes.
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From appetizers and entrees to sweets and snacks, we have recipes that will keep kids of all ages entertained and learning in the kitchen. Grab your aprons!

Ages 5-9, ages 10-13

Cooking with chef Tom Douglas: Let’s make pancakes

Calling all pint-size pancake lovers! Chef Tom Douglas and his helper Michaela are self-described “pancake professionals,” and they’re eager to share this recipe for the fluffiest flapjacks around.

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

"Just Add Magic" to these real recipes you can make at home

These concoctions probably won’t have the otherworldly effects you see on the popular show, but they're still tasty treats.

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

Cooking with chef Eric Tanaka: Let’s upgrade your instant ramen

Take some packaged noodles and a flavor packet, and in just a few minutes, you can have a steaming-hot bowl of pretty good ramen. But if you add a few handfuls of extra ingredients to your pre-packaged noodles, you’ll have a bowl of restaurant-quality ramen that’s so delicious everyone around the family dinner table will be begging for seconds.

Ages 5-9

Sweets, supersized: Let’s make a giant chocolate chip cookie

This cookie’s so big, it’s practically a cake!

Ages 5-9

No dough needed: Let’s make pesto flatbread "pizza"

This quick and easy twist on a traditional pie will put dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes.

Ages 4 and under, ages 5-9

Fruity fun: Let’s make yogurt and berry parfaits

Whether you serve them for breakfast or as an afternoon snack, these healthy and delicious treats will look almost too pretty to eat—almost.

Ages 4 and under, ages 5-9

Have a ball: Let’s make cranberry-almond no-bake energy bites

Packed full of protein and good-for-you ingredients, these tasty treats will be ready in less than an hour. (And we have a hunch it’ll take your family even less time than that to wolf down the entire batch.)

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

Cooking with chef Tom Douglas: Let’s make baked macaroni and cheese

You really can’t go wrong with mac and cheese. Even the boxed variety is sure to elicit smiles. But if you want to be the culinary hero of your family dinner table, dish up this homemade version instead.

Ages 5-9

Cooking with Pamela Hinckley: Let’s make hummus

Do you know what it means to “eat the rainbow”? Not only is it incredibly healthy for you, but it also couldn’t be tastier. In this tutorial, our guest chefs will show you how to make your own hummus, complete with a kaleidoscope of yummy veggies on the side.

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

Cooking with chef Tom Douglas: Let’s make pot stickers

The renowned Seattle-based chef and restaurateur invites us into the kitchen to whip up a batch of shrimp and scallion pot stickers. His daughter Loretta, who stands in as sous-chef in this video tutorial, can’t help but chuckle as she recalls how her friends would react to the gourmet lunches her dad would pack for her back in elementary school.

Ages 5-9, ages 10-13

Cooking with chef Tom Douglas: Let’s make pizza hand pies

The acclaimed Seattle-based chef and restaurateur teams up with his pal Michaela to whip up two different versions of a savory pastry that makes the perfect lunch.

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

Cooking with chef Eric Tanaka: Let’s make OH mochi donuts

What’s not to love about donuts?! As if these tasty treats weren’t terrific enough already, here’s a way for kids to help make delicious donuts that are gluten-free, with no frying required.

Ages 10-13, ages 14 and older

Cooking with chef Eric Tanaka: Let’s make fried rice

Join the Tanaka family in the kitchen as they fry up this classic Japanese-American dish.
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