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Chill Out: 20 Cool & Fruity Treats You Can Make With Kids

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20 cool and healthy summer recipes for kids via Babble.comSummer heat can be tough on kids, especially when the mercury cranks past 100 degrees. So whether you’re keeping cool at home or need to chill out after steamy outdoor activities, it can be great to have a few fruity, fun, and, best of all, chilly kids’ recipes up your sleeve. These fun summer treats are simple enough that you can make them with the kids. And from designing their own popsicles to creating striped, fruit-flavored ice, kids will have a blast (and maybe learn something too!). Since they’re all pretty healthy, you can also feel great about your kids cooling down with one of these nutritious treats.

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20 Cool and Fruity Summer Recipes You Can Make Wtih Kids

Fruit Flowers

Let kids' imaginations run wild with these DIY fruit flowers! And there's no reason to stop with flowers--kids can make all kinds of fruity creations (Angry Birds fruit treats, anyone?).
Make fruit flowers
Image: Mackie West

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Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell write the blog Brooklyn Supper, dedicated to seasonal ingredients and wholesome home cooking. Read bio and latest posts → Read Elizabeth's latest posts →

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