Kids love helping out in the kitchen — and who doesn’t need a sous chef when it’s time to whip up munchies for a holiday party or a special breakfast on New Year’s morning? These recipes straight from Dishing It Up Disney Style: A Cookbook for Families with Type 1 Diabetes are the perfect way to involve the whole family in the feast! (Published by the same collaboration that produces this website, you can request your own free copy of the cookbook at your pediatric endocrinologist’s office.)
It’s hard not to squirrel away these nut-tastic snacks! Junior chipmunks can get artistic and drizzle the chocolate glaze over the chilled clusters.
You don’t need any pixie dust to make these tasty waffles — just a bit of cinnamon! Kids can almost fly on their own, from measuring the ingredients to mixing the batter. But only grown-ups should use the waffle iron.
This coffee cake is as easy as saying bibbidi bobbidi boo! Little chefs can measure out and mix the dry ingredients, sprinkle on the topping, and marbleize the batter.
This honey-covered cake will put a rumbly in everyone’s tumbly! Piglets can measure out all the ingredients and spread on the honey topping.