Kid-Friendly Recipes To Make This March Break

Blue plate with a pancake topped with greek yogurt, blueberries, kiwi, bananas, peaches and strawberries to make a fruit rainbow.

March Break is here!

If you’re looking for things to do with your kids this March break, look no further. Keeping your kids entertained all week can be a tall order, but mixing in some fun baking and cooking can be a great way to spend time together.

Make some lasting memories with these kid-friendly march break recipes that they’ll be excited to make – and eat!

Butterfly pretzel cupcakes


How cute are these butterfly cupcakes? All you need to do is make your family’s favourite cupcake recipe and decorate your butterfly with a little frosting, pretzel wings, and some jelly beans!

Watermelon doughnuts


Bake something unique and easy as a family with these doughnuts for a fun kids’ treat. They’re easier than you think and perfect for march break activity!

Bumblebee Oreos

Oreos covered in yellow melted chocolate and decorated with black icing stripes and candy eyes to make a bumblebee.

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You will understand what the buzz is about when you try making these bumblebee Oreos. This simple (and affordable) recipe takes this classic family’s favourite cookie to another level.

Lemon flower tarts

lemon tarts in the shape of a flower

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Spring is in the air with these lemon flower tarts. You won’t be sour when you hear that this recipe has just two ingredients!

Colourful rainbow fruit pancakes

Blue plate with a pancake topped with greek yogurt, blueberries, kiwi, bananas, peaches and strawberries to make a fruit rainbow.

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Sneak in some fruits with these rainbow pancakes. Adding different fruits will help both you and your kids take advantage off all their benefits. Not to mention the Greek yogurt base is filled with healthy fats and protein!

Strawberry ladybugs

Strawberries cut into heart shapes, partially dipped in chocolate and decorated with dark chocolate spots and candy eyes to make a ladybug.

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This simple strawberry ladybug recipe is the perfect way to get the whole family involved (no matter their age)! Wash your strawberries and get ready to decorate these little bugs.

Fruit flower pots

Pineapple shaped as flower petals, black grape for center all potted in a strawberry pot.

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How creative are these fruit flower pot snacks? This creative idea is a great way to keep snack time fun and healthy in the spring.

What are you doing this March Break?

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If you’re looking for more kid-friendly recipes, you’ll want to try these no-cook recipes your kids will love.