3 Fall Kid-friendly Desserts

3 Fall Kid-friendly Desserts

Get the kids involved and bake a few of your favorite treats with the flavors of fall.


Apple Crisp
Warm up the kids on a crisp, fall afternoon with this delicious apple treat.

You will need apples, rolled oats, brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and salt to make an apple crisp. The apples are sliced and placed in the bottom of a baking pan and then covered with the remaining ingredients mixed with butter. Bake for about 45 minutes. Serve the apple crisp warm, topped with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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Carrot Cake
Allow the kids to enjoy the bountiful harvest of fall by making their own carrot cake. Use a spice cake mix and add grated carrots or make it from scratch.

Top the cake with cream cheese or white frosting, and then allow the kids to decorate the carrot cake by piping carrot shapes onto the top of the cake.

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Pumpkin Cupcakes
Make spice cake cupcakes using a boxed cake mix and the necessary ingredients. Bake the cupcakes in the oven as directed on the packaging and allow them to cool before decorating.

Have the kids mix orange food coloring with cream cheese or white frosting and then decorate the cupcakes with the orange frosting. Use pretzel sticks or nuggets to create stems on the pumpkins and add small gumdrops for leaves.

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You helped me by posting this recipe, I could bake something different for my mom thank you.I have been bringing cheese cakes from Wholesale Cheesecake Supplier those were definitely delicious but now I can bake on my own thank you. http://www.loveandquiches.com/

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