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In the Kitchen with FamilyFun.com - Recipe Ideas

Get kid-friendly recipes for snacks, treats, and quick dinners that celebrate every season and occasion throughout the year.
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You can expect a high number of interceptions when you pass these individual-size meatball sandwiches during halftime festivities.
Here's a pie that has made my family's short list of holiday favorites each year for the past 30, ever since I moved to New England and became a fanatical maple syrup cook.
Butternut squash, sweet onions and ham give this hearty soup a distinctive flavor that's great for fall or winter.
This meatless "vigil borscht" is traditionally served in Polish households on Christmas Eve, when tradition requires a no meat meal.
Find dozens of hot, delicious soup recipes and stew recipes for families, from FamilyFun.com.
Tired of the same old turkey soup? Cook up a pot of this zesty stew, flavored with cumin and chili powder.
This hearty chili is truly a snap to prepare. After browning the beef and stirring in the spices to give them a slightly toasted flavor, you simply toss everything into a slow cooker and let the mixture simmer all day.
Find beautiful breads to bake with your kids for the holidays or any day.
This is a tropical treat to enjoy in the North when snow is up to your knees.
With all those rich chocolate chips set against a striking orange background, this kid favorite isn't just delicious, it's pretty too. For a healthier option, substitute raisins for the chocolate chips.
Directions for creating your child's first gingerbread house.
Studded with nuts and nonpareils, these eye-catching cookies look and taste like gems.
"Mud" has never tasted as good as it does on these snowballs.
Sugar cookies may come in all shapes and sizes, but nothing says Christmas more than cookies dressed up like Santa or a heavenly angel.
Get recipes for your favorite holiday cookies and ideas for your gingerbread houses. Decorate Christmas cookies and gingerbread men with your kids and enjoy the festive season!
New Year's party ideas for planning an unforgettable New Year's Eve, activities, crafts, and recipes for the whole family.
Homemade flower party hat will get your New Year's bloomin.
Mini phyllo shells, ready-made and smartly ornamental, are the secret here. Simply fill them with this delectable sour-cream-and-taco-seasoning-mix dip, and garnish.
These peeled cucumber cups, with their holiday color scheme, look wonderfully festive, plus they're a snap to make. The rounds provide the perfect base for all manner of tasty fillings. Flavored hummus works well, as do other savory dips.
This dish can be prepared a day ahead and reheated. Serve with white rice.
A deliciously rich, creamy, cheesy soup that will warm you from head to toe.
This casserole of potatoes mashed with mozzarella, prosciutto, and salami and baked until the cheese melts and the top is crusty and brown is great as a side with chicken or a roast or on its own with a green salad.
Rich, hearty chili in a cornbread bowl -- a doubly delicious dish.
Nothing beats a mug of hot cider on a crisp fall day. For the freshest taste, pick up a gallon at a local orchard. With any luck, your kids may get to watch the cider pouring out of the apple presses.
This casserole of potatoes mashed with mozzarella, prosciutto, and salami and baked until the cheese melts and the top is crusty and brown is great as a side with chicken or a roast or on its own with a green salad.

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