School’s Out! Whisk is helping you cook with kids in the kitchen. And of course…summer fun means frozen desserts. We’ve got lots of those, too.
Cooking or baking together can be a fun (and moderately productive) way to keep kids entertained (and if they’re old enough, maybe they’ll just do the cooking for you) once school’s out. In this week’s Whisk, Nechama Norman shares four recipes kids and moms can make together.
Creamy and super easy Pizza Babka
If they’re going to have a treat, it may as well have nutritional value with peanut butter, coconut/oats, and almonds. These Peanut Butter Clusters are very versatile and have lots of omega-3 from the nuts.
One way to get kids to eat their veggies is to let them make their own veggie dip. That brings us to our Honey Mustard Dip.
And lastly, Cheese Cannolis!
Now that summer is officially in swing, that means that all things sweet should be coming out of the freezer. We asked Whisk columnists and guests to share their favorite frozen summertime treats.
Sarah Chana Gruskin welcomes summer with her refreshing Tangerine Sorbet. The tangerines’ sweet and subtle tangy under-flavor makes them the ideal fruit to turn into sorbet.
And Sara Goldstein’s Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches with Cookie Dough Ice Cream
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