Fun and Delicious Edible Crafts for Kids

Keeping kids active and entertained during school breaks can be a real challenge, but what if we told you that you can do that with just a few simple and cute cooking and baking crafts? We've got you covered with these edible crafts that are not only fun to make but also delicious to eat. Check out our three different craft ideas below that you can enjoy with your kids.

Cuisipro ice cream sandwich makers in use with cute cut ice cream sandwiches, in heart, stars and circle shapes.

Baking Fun Tips:

  1. Choose the right rice: For the Happy Rice Friends craft, it's important to use sticky, short- or medium-grain rice, such as sushi rice. This type of rice holds its shape well and is perfect for making cute and fun rice shapes.

  2. Use food coloring sparingly: When making the Rainbow Painted Toast, remember that a little food coloring goes a long way. Start with just a few drops and gradually add more if needed. Also, be sure to use food coloring that is safe for consumption.

  3. Let the turnovers cool before cutting: When making the Turnover Dreams craft, it's important to let the turnovers cool completely before cutting them with the Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers. This will ensure that the turnovers hold their shape and don't fall apart.

  4. Get creative with toppings: Don't be afraid to get creative with toppings when making the Happy Rice Friends craft. Use peas, corn, raisins, nori, or even finely diced and sliced carrots to create fun and silly faces on the rice shapes. Your kids will love getting creative with their toppings!

  5. Have fun!: The most important tip of all is to have fun! Baking and creating with your kids is a great way to bond and create memories together. So, let your kids get messy, be creative, and most importantly, have fun!

Happy Rice Friends

cooked rice shapes for kids

Looking for a fun and easy way to create edible art with your kids? Try making Happy Rice Friends! All you need is some cooked sticky, short- or medium-grain rice (sushi rice works best), Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers, and your choice of toppings. You can get creative here - use peas, corn, raisins, nori, or even finely diced and sliced carrots.

To make the rice shapes, simply form the rice into a rectangle shape of approximately ½” in height, and then cut fun shapes out using your Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers. Let your kids cut shapes too, as there are no sharp parts or edges! Follow the sandwich maker instructions and voila, you have perfect little rice shapes ready to decorate and create happy faces.

Rainbow Painted Toast

Rainbow colored hand painted toast for kids

Who doesn't love rainbows? With this Rainbow Painted Toast craft, your kids can have fun creating their own edible rainbow with just a few slices of bread, food coloring of their choice, and some milk.

To start, use the Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers to cut out shapes from the bread. Then, in separate bowls, add a few drops of food coloring and 1-2 tablespoons of milk per color. Have your kids use a clean new paint brush or even their fingers to paint the bread slices with the rainbow colors. Once painted, toast the bread and enjoy the colorful and delicious rainbow toast!

Turnover Dreams

baked turnover shapes for kids

If your kids love turnovers, they will love these mini baked turnover shapes that are not only cute but also easy to make. Simply grab some frozen fruit turnovers (or make your own if you prefer), Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers, and the icing provided in the package.

To start, bake the turnovers according to package directions and let them cool. Then, using the Cuisipro Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Makers, cut out fun shapes from the turnovers. Drizzle the icing provided in the package over the shapes and serve them to your kids for a fun and delicious treat.

These edible crafts are perfect for keeping little hands and minds active during school breaks. They are easy, fun, and delicious, making them a great activity for kids of all ages. Give them a try and watch your kids enjoy the process of creating their own edible masterpieces!