Scavenger Hunt Fun
Before you head to the farmer’s market, print out our scavenger hunt and bring it along. As you stock up on fresh fruits & veggies, have the kids hunt for yummy treasures. Can they spy items from the list below? Let the hunt begin!
Here are the items on the list (print here)
- 2 different red fruits
- A food that grows underground
- A food that grows on a tree
- A food that grows on a vine
- The biggest veggie at the market
- The tiniest veggie at the market
- A vendor selling jam or honey
- A funny shaped fruit or veggie
- A list of what’s in your market basket
- 5 green foods
Turn fresh carrots from the farmer’s market into yummy, crunchy carrot chips! They’re simple to make—and a great way for kids to practice using a veggie peeler. Just slice them up with the peeler, then roast them in the oven for summer snack activity.
Here are the tools needed:
- 2 baking sheets
- measuring spoons
- carrot peeler
- knife & cutting board
Kids will learn how to peel carrots and how to bake using this recipe. A grown-up can also cut more carrots into tiny sticks with a knife or mandolin. This recipe is only 20 minutes, start to finish. Hands on time is only 10 minutes.
Kids Baking Championship!
Calling all Kidstir bakers! The Kids Baking Championship television show is looking for talented bakers ages 8-13 that can compete in baking battles. Interested? Apply at BAKINGCHAMPIONSHIP.COM
At home, show off your baking skills with our Kidstir Bake My Day kit filled with tasty treat recipes, tools, and more! In this kit, you’ll find three recipes for homemade goodies. You’ll also learn all about apples, play a fun foodie game, and make dough art.
For a quick and fancy dessert, make an Easy Apple Tart with your new Mini Rolling Pin. Hosting a bake sale?
Make yummy Bunny Muffins and add Bake Sale Price Tags. Then, use your Super Spatula to mix bread dough and shape it into Crescent Moons.
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