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Sour Cream Biscuits

Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps using the oven. In this recipe, cold butter is good but frozen is even better. We’re going to grate the butter with a cheese grater to ensure the perfect texture without overmixing. Here’s a safety tool we recommend for kids of all ages while …

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Perfect Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps using the stovetop. Get everything prepped before you begin—this recipe is simple, but timing is important. Being organized ahead of time will help you to stay focused. Organic and local eggs are best if you can find them, (but if not you’ll still have …

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Ice Cream Brownie Layer Cake

Wow your friends and family with this layered ice cream and brownie cake, covered in a chocolate candy shell. Dessert doesn’t get much better! Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps using the oven. Feel free to substitute any flavor of Tillamook ice cream in this recipe! You can use homemade …

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Tzatziki Flatbread Pizzas

No dough? No problem! Simply elegant flatbread pizza to the rescue. Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps using the oven. You can substitute mint for the dill if you prefer it. You can also substitute red wine vinegar or champagne vinegar for the white wine vinegar. Experiment with flavor and …

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Classic Apple Galette, Two Ways

Galettes are universally adored and super simple to make with kids. They can be savory or sweet, and once you’ve made your first one, you’ll be hooked! Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps that involve slicing the apples and use of the oven. Here’s a tool that we love for …

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Sheet Pan Chicken Quesadillas

Quesadillas are a popular snack in central and southern Mexico, where they’re usually filled with a melty cheese called queso Oaxaca. They are traditionally cooked on a griddle, but this version is baked in an oven, with extra cheese sprinkled on top. Little Sous Tips: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps that involve …

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Unicorn Yogurt Parfaits

Not only are these natural dyes easy to make, they’re good for you, too! You can also stir them into frosting, icing, cake batter, or cookie dough for a magical touch. Little Sous Tip: Safety first! Adult supervision is recommended for steps using the blender or spice grinder.

Spiced Popcorn

This recipe accompanies a great lesson on the history and science of popcorn, available in our Kitchen Academy kit “The Spice Hunter.”

Everything Bagel Ball

Cheese balls are a super fun party snack that grownups and kids both love. This one is rolled in a mixture of spices similar to those found on everything bagels, which were invented in New York City around 1980. You can make up your own everything spice blend by swapping in your favorite seasonings, and …

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