We hear “fall” and all of us collectively think one thing: Pumpkin spice flavored everything is back! Pumpkin isn’t just for adults with pumpkin spice latte cravings—your preschoolers can get in on the deliciousness and even spend some fun time bonding with you in the kitchen with these pumpkin recipes.
Pumpkin bread is a delicious treat that goes well with a cold glass of milk or a hot cup of coffee. Leftover bread makes for a yummy dessert for your child’s lunch or a special breakfast that pairs great with a banana and milk.
You don’t have to wait for Thanksgiving to enjoy the classic taste of pumpkin pie. Savor this crowd favorite and begin perfecting your recipe now—it’s never too early for pumpkin pie!
Pumpkin cookies are a recipe for double the fall fun—you can shape the orange goodness into the form of an actual pumpkin! Have your little one decorate the face of your pumpkin cookies to make jack-o-lantern cookies for all to enjoy.
Cupcakes are one of the best desserts to make for a festive time because your preschooler can decorate them with all the icing they want! Grab some Halloween themed cupcake wrappers and confetti! Decorate with bats, jack-o-lantern faces, ghosts, and more once your cupcakes have cooled, and then dig in!
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