Have fun with children in the kitchen and keep them safe with these recipes and resources on food safety and cooking.
Check out the kid-friendly recipes in Nutrition.gov's recipe collection. Recipes include Pita Pizzas, Apple Nachos, Crunchy Chicken Nuggets, and more!
Snacks can help children get the nutrients needed to grow. Check out 10 tips for selecting a satisfying snack.
Find tips and handouts to get preschoolers involved in the kitchen and overcome picky eating.
Find recipes featuring foods that both children and adults should eat more of, including dark green and orange vegetables, dry beans and peas, and whole grains.
Team Nutrition Cooks! (TNC) is a series of cooking-based nutrition activities for out-of-school and afterschool programs, for children around ages 8 to 12 years old.
Explore food safety publications and activities especially for kids and teens.
Read this fun comic book for children, which explores food safety and foodborne illness. PDF | 1.69 MB
Find food safety games, educational campaigns, and additional resources for kids and teens.
Children under the age of five are at an increased risk for foodborne illness and related health complications because their immune systems are still developing.
Wondering how your kids can help in the kitchen? Here are ideas for younger and older children!
Healthy recipes and food activities that are fun to prepare with children.
Learn what your child can do in the kitchen at different ages. Plus, find simple recipes to cook together!
Find 8 fun snacks that kids can make with their parents.
Try these kid-approved recipes for healthy meals and snacks.
Tab through these recipes for some tasty treats to cook up with your kids.