Is there a bigger pleasure for a child than just dunking a cookie into a glass of warm milk and munching on it? Cookies can never go out of fashion and wouldn't it be fun if parents wear an apron and bake some yummy delights for their children. Involve the little ones in the baking process and it will be a good way to bond.
In this ClipBook, we give you a collection of go-to recipes for seven types of cookies, which you could make at home and let your kids savour.
Letting children help bake cookies can get a little messy. But by assigning tasks based on their ages, you'll sprinkle in a sense of pride at the same time they learn key skills. See our age-related cookie-baking tips below.
Cookies and kids just go together, don’t they? So why not have some fun family-time baking, with these 8 easy cookie recipes you can do with the kids?
These dairy- and egg-free oatmeal raisin cookies from Milk Free Mom contain no oil and little sugar. They also have whole wheat flour, a mashed banana and sugar-free applesauce, so they pack a nutritious punch.
Who does not love some extra peanut butter and candy bars in luscious cookies? These Butterfinger ones will melt in your little one's mouth.
You can whip up these yummy, chewy almond biscuits with just three simple ingredients and in less than 10 minutes, you've got a taste sensation on your hands.
This is a yummy and fun thing to make for the whole family. The peanut butter taste is so awesome. Everyone would be sure to love these treats.
A mouthwatering Extra Deluxe Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe that you and your family will enjoy.
Soy Butter Delight Cookies are easy stove-top cookies your kids will love to make and eat. Let your little ones measure ingredients while you mix everything together on the stove.
Egg-free cookies take a bit more time than some of the other recipes mentioned here but are well worth the wait. The little ones will have a blast kneading the dough and cutting out different cookie shapes.