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5 Winter Recipes To Try This Weekend

Winter is here, and we’re ready to cozy up with a good book and a warm winter recipe! Get your kids involved, too, and help them build valuable skills in the kitchen with these top five winter recipes to enjoy this weekend, January 16-18.

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Start your Saturday on the right foot with an exciting breakfast. Bake up some donuts and decorate with your favorite cereals! Or try one of the 5 best breakfasts for kids’ brains.

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There’s really no comfort food like soup. If you or your kids are sick, you’re short on time, or just want something warm to eat, you’ve come to the right place. Try these easy soup recipes, or something a little different like this Lasagna Soup.

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Grilled cheese is a great complimentary food to any soup. Put a twist of the classic by doing an open faced sandwich with deli meat, adding a tomato, or trying this yummy Jalepeno Popper Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

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If you need something to eat while you’re on the run, and want to avoid the drive-through at all costs, try making mini versions of your winter classics. Mini Chicken Pot Pie Bites are a great example of a hearty, home-cooked meal made into a tasty treat for the road.

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It’s hot chocolate season, and these homemade pink marshmallows will make for a fun activity—and a twist on the classic drink. Use any food coloring you want, and teach your kids about color harmonies.

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Share your winter recipes, and all of the other things you’re trying this weekend in the comments below or on social media by tagging @K12Learn on Twitter and Instagram.


Featured Image Credit – Mårten Persson / CC by 2.0

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Brittany Marklin

Brittany Marklin

Brittany Marklin is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff and a community manager for K12. She coordinates all K12 student contests and connects with families who pursue online education. She attended George Mason University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing, with a minor in tourism and events management. Brittany spent her first five years at K12 on the social media team where she aided with content and strategy for multiple channels, and helped construct K12’s user-generated content site, “What’s Your Story?” When she’s not working, Brittany loves spending time with her husband and daughter in North Carolina.

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