Easy Fall Recipes for Kids

One of the best ways to celebrate the autumn season is to whip up something tasty in the kitchen. There are so many easy fall recipes for kids that provide a fun way to get kids cookin’! In addition, there’s an opportunity to engage in real-life math for kids – measuring, volume, doubling recipes, learning fractions… it’s all there! As a parent, it’s reassuring to know we can help our kids learn while teaching them valuable life skills as well.

Best Fall Recipes for Kids (that they can do themselves!)

Ready to teach your kiddos some independence? Get ’em in the kitchen! They’ll gain life skills, confidence, and you’ll be amazed at what they can accomplish. Yes, there’ll be a messy kitchen at the end… but they’ll learn to take care of that too. Let’s take a look at recipes kids can do themselves for children of a variety of ages.

Photo by Taste of Home

Pumpkin Pie Smoothies

Of all the fall recipes for kids, this delicious Pumpkin Pie Smoothie is perfect for a novice in the kitchen. Throw a handful of ingredients in a blender and you’ve got a tasty fall treat! Kids will love learning how to use the blender, and parents will love the simplicity.

Photo by Fantastic Fun and Learning

Easy Fall Bread for Cut-out Shapes

Children love working with their hands. Incorporate cut-out shapes and fine-motor skills in kid-friendly recipes such as this Easy Fall Bread. The ideas are endless too – toppings like cheese, cinnamon & sugar, or some Everything Bagel mix allow for versatility. Let the creativity begin and enjoy!

Photo by Rachel Schultz

Apple Cookies

We all know that apples and peanut butter go great together. So slice up those apple rings, smear on some peanut or almond butter, add a few toppings, and voila! You have scrumptious Apple Cookies! If you have an adventurous bunch, try an apple cookie tower with the rings stacked on top of each other! This is one of our favorite fall recipes for kids in our house.

Photo by Jessica in the Kitchen

No-Bake Pumpkin Energy Bites

Looking for recipes kids can do themselves? Look no further! These No-bake Pumpkin Energy Bars couldn’t be simpler. With just a few wholesome ingredients, these little flavor bombs will have you coming back for more. Even the littles will enjoy shaping the dough into perfectly round bites… if they don’t devour them first!


Easy Banana Muffins

Your aspiring baker at home will love these Easy Banana Muffins. These are great as a “helper” project or can be done independently for those kids and teens that are a bit more experienced. Either way, everyone will fall for these tasty treats! This recipe provides a great opportunity to teach measuring units, doubling quantities, and what a dozen looks like. So have some fun!

When it comes to fall recipes for kids, there is an abundance of options. With the bright sunny days and cool brisk air, it’s a delightful time to cook with your kids. Reading recipes, learning measurements, rolling dough, cutting shapes… these are all fantastic ways to encourage your child to learn- especially if you have a reluctant or struggling learner. And the bonus? They get an immediate reward with what they’ve created! Let this fall season be one to remember. Happy fall, y’all! 🍂

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