Thanksgiving Recipes for Kids

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When it comes to the best Thanksgiving recipes for kids, there are so many fun ones that you can easily do at home. Taking the time to bake up some delicious recipes is a super simple way to have fun making holiday memories in the kitchen. The kids are certain to have a blast and love that you’re taking the time to bake up some delicious food, all with their help!

If you’re ready to have some fun Thanksgiving recipes for kids, you’re going to love this simple list of tasty Thanksgiving treats and snacks.

Thanksgiving recipes for kids

This list of Thanksgiving recipes for kids is full of fun desserts and tasty dinner options, too!

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4-Ingredient Sugar Cone Teepees

This edible activity is so much fun! The kids will love being able to decorate their own “teepees” and then getting to snack and eat them, too!

Acorn Donut Holes

Speaking of donuts, adding some fun toppings to these donut holes is a lot of fun as well. They’re not only crazy simple to make but you can easily pop them in your mouth to enjoy as well.

Baked Pumpkin Donuts

These tasty donuts might take a little more coordination and help on your end but they’re still fun for the kids to make. Imagine waking them up on Thanksgiving morning to make these for breakfast?

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Cranberry Kiss Mocktail

If the kids love making their own drinks, this mocktail recipe would be a fun one for them to make during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Harvest Cupcakes with Creamy Cinnamon Frosting

You can never have too many fun cupcake recipe! The cinnamon frosting is so good.

Mini Crustless Pumpkin Pie

Why not let everyone have their own pumpkin pie? This recipe doesn’t have a crust and makes it like a personal pumpkin pie!

No Bake Thanksgiving Cookies

These Thanksgiving cookies are all about decorating and give the children the creative freedom to make them as they want.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies

Thumbprint cookies tend to be more of a Christmas recipe but why not switch out the filling and make them for Thanksgiving instead?

If your kids love helping you in the kitchen, you might want to get them their own cooking set. My son loves having his own cooking set and tools that are just the right size for him. 

Pumpkin Lush

There is nothing hard about this recipe at all. Full of flavor and taste and is certain to have everyone at the table coming back for more. The good news? You don’t even have to turn on the oven!

Pumpkin Peanut Butter Brownies

Brownies are always a great idea and when you add in pumpkin and peanut butter, they’re out of this world!

Pumpkin Spice Sugar Cookies

Love sugar cookies? Add in some pumpkin spice and you’re certain to love these. They’re delicious, easy, and filling.

Rice Krispie Turkey Drumstick

Another fun treat to make that will have people thinking that they’re getting ready to eat a turkey leg, but it’s actually their dessert!

Scarecrow Cupcakes

These are just the cutest! Having cupcakes is always a good idea but when you can pair it up with fun toppings, the kids are going to have a blast. Let them decorate them on their own and create their very own scarecrow.

We started getting The Eat2Explore Box last month for my son and we just love it. Each month he learns about a different country and learns to make three of their recipes. Last month was Korea and this month he is learning about India.

Scarecrow Grahams

There’s just no denying that scarecrows are fun. (as long as they’re not out in the middle of a creepy field late at night) Grab a box of graham crackers and get this recipe started.

Slow Cooker Apple Cider

You might have to help your little ones with this slow cooker recipe, but the end result is a fun drink to sip on and enjoy.

Sweet Potato Pecan Bread

Making bread with the kids is always a good idea. This recipe is perfect for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or an after-dinner treat, too.

Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Get a bit of nutrient in their body with this simple recipe. If you’re gutting out the pumpkins anyway, you might as well cook up the seeds to eat and enjoy!

Thanksgiving Dessert Turkey Treats

Cute and adorable but not too cute to eat! These dessert cups are certain to have them loving this fun and tasty treat!

Turkey Thanksgiving Sugar Cookies

This cookie recipe is just about the easiest cookie recipe, ever. Bake them up and then let the kids have fun adding on the silly faces. You can even buy them premade and just have fun decorating as well.

Turkey Veggie Snack Tray

Skimp on the sweets a bit and have the kiddos help to make up this simple snack way. It’s really cute and full of healthy food items.

See how many fun recipes there are to make with the kids! These Thanksgiving recipes for kids are a blast to make and everyone in the family will love making them! What are some of your family Thanksgiving recipes that you love to make together? 



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