2021 Recipes for Kids
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Japanese Dessert Recipes
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Taiyaki is a fish-shaped snack filled with sweet red bean paste 😍This dessert originated in Japan and is extremely popular at Japanese street fairs and festivals. Taiyaki is traditionally filled with sweet red bean paste, but there are many variations today. Some other popular fillings include custard, Nutella, cheese, chocolate, and ice cream! Sound yummy? Well, head over to our site and let’s get to baking!#littlepassports #littlepassportsrecipes
Stay colorful and cool this summer with #littlepassports’ tie dye popsicles 😋
Mochi, a Japanese rice dessert, can be incorporated into many different recipes to give them a unique spongy texture. This June, make a stack of chewy rainbow pancakes a part of your summer celebrations! Follow our colorful recipe below.
Meet a dessert that is the best of both worlds. If you love flan and chocolate cake, this recipe is for you! Celebrate our 12th birthday with us by making mouth-watering chocoflan—a cross between moist chocolate cake and caramel custard!
Hoppy Saturday! 🐰Making your own decadent chocolate Easter eggs is easier than you might think. They are a fun and delicious treat, filled with a homemade peanut butter filling, dipped in chocolate and covered in sprinkles. Best part? The kids can help too! Try this recipe now.
Celebrate the luckiest day of the year by making a fun St. Patrick’s day lunch for your child! 🍀 This bento box is packed with all the familiar symbols we see on March 17 — green foods, gold coins and a rainbow of healthy fruit. Click the link to make your own bento box now!
What’s for dinner tonight? How about Turkish flatbread pizza? 😁 Ekmek is Turkish flatbread, a staple in Turkey, and is traditionally eaten with soups, stews, and dips. You can make pizza using ekmek as the crust! Pick up some Turkish bread from your local grocery store and follow the recipe in our stories for a tasty Turkish treat 🤤
Bring out your kid’s inner architectural side and learn about how igloos are built, then make one yourself! The recipe below is not only edible, it’s delicious – and while you snack, you can read more about the science of igloos under the recipe.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner but there’s plenty of time to plan a special lunch for the kids you love most ❤️ Add lots of hearts and plenty of naturally red foods to make an adorable meal that will tell them that they are your favorite Valentine. And don't forget to shop #littlepassports for your Little Explorer - save 15% off sitewide, use code: LOVE
Did you know apple cider is New Hampshire’s state drink? It also happens to be the perfect winter drink. Grab the kiddos and whip up a batch of hot apple cider!
Let’s spin the globe and land on Brazil, home of the delicious brigadeiro, the national beloved chocolate treat ❤️ These fun and festive chocolate bon-bons are easy to make and taste like chocolate caramels. You can find brigadeiros at most Brazilian parties – especially kids’ birthday parties – and thanks to this brigadeiro recipe from #littlepassports, now in your home too! And don't forget - shop and save 15% sitewide now by using our code: LOVE!