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Wrap up an anytime meal for kids of all ages with lasagna cups recipe

If you’re a fan of lasagna, you’ll absolutely love these Easy Lasagna Cups.

The lasagna cups are a simple recipe that will delight young and old alike. These meaty, cheesy, tasty morsels are perfect for a snack, appetizer or anytime meal.

You get home late from work, and the question is “What’s for dinner?” You open the refrigerator and see wonton wrappers, leftover ricotta cheese, leftover meat sauce, shredded mozzarella cheese and Parmesan cheese.

The answer is clear – these delicious Lasagna Cups.

There are several reasons to make these tasty morsels:

  • They are super simple to make, and kids
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‘An archaeological dig for food’: recipes to cook with kids during Australia’s lockdowns | Food

Palisa Anderson’s children followed her into the kitchen at a very young age. Now in their tweenage years, they’ve graduated to full-blown sous-chef status. “I feel like people really underestimate how capable kids are at that age,” she says.

Their kitchen duties now involve chopping, peeling and picking – and they’re particularly adept at the last task. Even if kids aren’t regular kitchen helpers, with much of Australia in some kind of lockdown, cooking together can be a great way to occupy time and learn something new.

Here are a few recipes to get you started.

Easy does it

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‘The Big, Fun Kids Baking Book’

ExploreKid-friendly baking: 3 treats that children will love to make — and eat

To ramp up the fun, there are instructions for creating new frosting colors, for dipping cupcakes in chocolate shell topping and decorating with colored sprinkles to resemble an ice cream cone, and making an edible jigsaw puzzle of sugar cookies. Trivia tidbits, culinary-themed guessing games, and pop quizzes throughout keep the brain busy while waiting for the timer to go off.

ExploreNew cookbooks for kids and other beginners

Junior bakers planning for their big TV (or TikTok) debut can practice their showmanship by heading to

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Cooking for Kids: Chefs’ Go-To Recipes That Keep It Simple and Please the Picky

I BEGAN WRITING about my son and his tricky eating habits six years ago. At the time, Achilles was only four and I was a cookbook author and restaurant critic for the New York Observer newspaper. The first book inspired by our dinner dynamic—my passion for food, his distaste for it—was a children’s book called “Can I Eat That?” It was an imaginary dialogue meant to foster a love of xiao long bao, tournedos and tostadas in young readers. I wanted to get away from the finger-wagging, carrot-and-stick routine Achilles and I had developed à table. Six children’s books later,

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