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7 Recipes To Keep Kids Busy In The Kitchen These School Holidays

7 Recipes To Keep Kids Busy In The Kitchen These School Holidays

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It’s 10am and you have already exhausted every possible activity to keep your children busy. You’ve got one kid on each arm begging for your attention and you’re trying to avoid plonking them in front of the TV to watch Frozen for the 64th time.

Here’s where cooking comes in! Pop an apron on your kids and fire up the oven because not only does cooking come in handy when looking for ways to entertain your children, but it’s a great skill for your boys and girls to learn when they grow up and fly the coop.

Here are 7 delicious recipes to try these school holidays to get your children excited about chopping, slicing and dicing!

1. Annabel Karmel’s Krispie Fish Fingers with Lemon-Mayo Dip
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2. Simple Crumbed Squid Rings
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3. Easy Hand-Made Pork And Fennel Sausages
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4. Gorgeous Gluten-Free Savoury Muffins
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5. Yummy Macadamia Chocolate Crackles
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6. Easy Vanilla Cake With Passionfruit Buttercream
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7. Macadamia Butter Biscuits
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Written by Millie Constable

Millie Constable is an avid traveller, photographer, foodie and writer. After travelling the world, Millie moved to Florence, Italy, where she completed a Diploma of Photography and Multimedia. Whilst experimenting with food photography during her studies, she decided that was how she wanted to spend her life, eating and documenting her way around the way world!

On returning to Australia, Millie started working for The Carousel and continues to write and dream about food.

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