Delicious recipes for kids to enjoy their Thanksgiving holiday

Fall is the time to eat, drink, and have fun. You can add some tempting food items to enjoy this Thanksgiving holiday. Here at Montessori Cypress CA , we have included some recipes for this special holiday to make your day memorable and enjoyable.

Have a look:

Roast Turkey

No matter whether you are roasting for the first time for Thanksgiving or hosting for the 26th time, you can try this roast recipe for the perfect holiday with your kids. The Delish Kitchen has tried and tested (and tried and tested) this surefire method and it works the best.

Thanksgiving Drinks

Perhaps you've planned this family gathering several times with children and completely overlooked the drinks. If you want to make a great impression, you can’t use just water as a drinking material.

You can go with a cranberry-inspired drink, which can be the perfect choice for the holidays or choose a traditional punch.

  • Cranberry Apple Cider Punch: This is a hot and delicious drink kept warm in the slow cooker.
  • Cranberry Pineapple Tea: just like an ice-cold drink!
  • Cranberry Ginger Ale Punch, 5 minutes... so delicious and easy.
  • Sherbet Punch Recipe: To give it a classic taste, you can use any flavor of sherbet and Jello for any holiday.
Bourbon Yams

On this day, sweet potatoes of some kind are a necessity. In this recipe, cinnamon and a big slug of whiskey are used sparingly to create some deliciousness. Bring the dish to the gathering hot.

A Chesapeake Coastal Thanksgiving

The Rappahannock Oyster Co.'s Travis and Ryan Croxton, cousins and fourth-generation oyster farmers, prepare a menu of straightforward Southern coastal cuisine that "predates any of us," according to Ryan. After all, what is there to improve upon if it is already excellent?

Baked Cornucopia Centerpiece

Ingredients you need for this recipe is homemade bread dough or frozen bread dough; 1 egg white; and aluminum foil, a pizza pan, or heavy-duty foil.

Form a cone out of a hefty foil pan or a huge sheet of foil. Shape the end into a horn by twisting it. Place foil on a cookie sheet and coat with cooking spray. Form a large rectangle out of the bread dough. 10 strips about 1 1/2 inches wide should be cut. Wrap the bread strips around the cone's end, pinching the ends together as you go.

Overlap the strips so that the foil is hidden. Lay down more strips and wrap them around, squeezing the ends together, until the space is filled. With the leftover bits of dough, you can add the braided edging. Egg white should be applied to the bread with a pastry brush. Give it 20 minutes to rise. Bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Bake for a further 20 minutes with a foil cover. Remove the foil after allowing it to cool. Use it as a centerpiece for your favorite fall fruits and vegetables.


These are some recipes you can enjoy at home with your kids. The Montessori La Palma CA team suggests that it is also important to tell you something about Thanksgiving Day to your child during the whole process.