From the very simple to the slighly more challenging check out these recipes for ideas to get kids cooking.
These cupcakes look amazing and are simple to make. Why not change the colours to match your next party theme or favourite football team?
A great, tasty yet simple snack idea. Who didn't have these treats when they were growing up? You'll love them.
*Warning to young consumers* These brownies contain butter beans which are good for you! Don't worry too much though they still have two other important ingredients... sugar and chocolate. Do you need gluten free treats? These are the answer and they are simple to make!
A really great simple cake batter that can be used for cakes or muffins. Easy enough for kids to make and decorate.
This is a very simple cake to make, perfect for baking with kids. It is also egg-free and dairy-free and the ingredients are inexpensive.
This is a great way to make a quick-and-easy breakfast for one person. I add ham and capsicum-but you can vary that depending on what's in the fridge.
For all the gorgeous chocolate cakes around, I still have a soft spot for these crunchy,chewy little treats. I include them partly because when looking for a recipe for them recently I found it surprisingly difficult to find one. Oh come on, don't tell me you don't like them! so get COOKING!!!
You can make these pikelets thicker by mixing a thick batter, while thinner pikelets will need a thinner batter. Add your choice of jam or whipped cream (or both) or eat them with butter.
The classic kid's snack! Celery sticks are filled with peanut butter and decorated with sultanas. Also good for camping trips.
A biscuit for chocolate addicts. A wonderful easy recipe that is great for kids - easy to make and store well. The dough or the cooked biscuits can be frozen. You can make tiny, dainty biscuits or regular size. You can also use the normal sized M&Ms, though it is harder to make the dainty sized biscuits!