From cracking eggs to mixing ingredients together, making simple recipes with your kids is a great way to introduce them to cooking and baking. If you’re searching for some kid-friendly cooking inspiration, consider the following websites to be your go-to guides. Each of the videos feature easy-to-follow instructions for age-appropriate cuisine that your kids can easily make with just a bit of guidance. Spending time at home with your little ones is a great opportunity to have fun in the kitchen, especially during the current quarantine.



Delish Cooking Classes

Delish editorial director Joanna Saltz and her kids are going live every day on Instagram to share simple recipes you and your kid can easily master. Past recipes have included puppy chow, waffle iron brownies, and cheeseburger cups. Tune in this week to learn how to make banana split pops, chocolate mousse cups, and more.


Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

While toddlers are too young to tackle many kitchen tasks, they can still help out by measuring, stirring, and pouring. Check out this website for recipes that you can easily make with your tiny helper—from chocolate chip banana muffins to fruit salad.


Toddler Test Kitchen

When you teach your kids how to make delicious yet nutritious food, you are giving them a valuable life skill that will come in handy for years to come. Toddler Test Kitchen is full of great advice on how to pass these valuable skills along to your kids. The site also includes instructions for easy recipes like coconut and berry granola and cheesy lunch muffins.



If your kids are a little older and capable of being more independent in the kitchen, let them try out recipes from top cooking website Tasty. From zucchini fries to homemade honey bread, this list of 21 kid-friendly recipes will help instill a love of cooking in your favorite culinary sidekick.


Raddish Kids

Looking for the perfect gift for the young foodie in your household? Raddish Kids is a membership-based monthly culinary club that will send a new cooking kit to your home each month. Your budding chef can then follow the instructions to whip up three new recipes. (This month’s spring-oriented kit includes recipes for spring party toasts, chicken lettuce wraps, and carrot cake.)