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  • One Dish, Two Dish … Clever recipes inspired by your kids favorite Dr. Seuss books 1 of 10
  • Green Eggs and Ham 2 of 10
    What better way to pay tribute to the famous Dr. Seuss than by whipping up this iconic dish? Its funky hue will be an instant kid-pleaser, and adults will enjoy its extra kick, thanks to a dash of jalapeno!
    Make green eggs and ham
  • Orange-scented “Lorax” Pancakes 3 of 10
    Pancakes on their own make for a kid-friendly breakfast, but this orange-hued version is sure to lock in your little ones' favor. Topped with sprinkles, this colorful short stack pays tribute to The Lorax's truffala trees!
    Make orange-scented "Lorax" pancakes
  • Tomato and Cheese “Cat in the Hat” Hats 4 of 10
    This no-cook recipe is as fun to make as it is to eat! Inspired by The Cat in the Hat, it requires only three ingredients, so kids can help you stack ‘em — then get to snackin'.
    Make tomato and cheese "Cat in the Hat" hats
  • Grincherbread Cookies 5 of 10
    Just because Christmas is over doesn't mean you can't honor the mean and green Grinch by whipping up this sweet treat. Packed with raisins and white chocolate chips, these gingerbread cookies are sure to steal your kids' hearts.
    Make grincherbread cookies
  • “Cat in the Hat” Pops 6 of 10
    These crafty pops look harder to make than they really are! Underneath each stick's thick candy coating is a fluffy marshmallow, making for a grand top hat fit for the mischievous cat himself.
    Make "Cat in the Hat" pops
  • Butter Battle Bars 7 of 10
    Hailing from one of the famous rhymer's lesser-known works, The Butter Battle Book, these buttery bars would make for a fun after-school snack for any Seuss-lover. Topped with rosemary and blue cheese crumbles, this finger food is fancy enough to satisfy adults' taste buds, too!
    Make "Butter Battle" bars
  • Fruit Swirl Coconut Chia Pudding 8 of 10
    Vegans can join in on the Seuss celebration with this swirly snack that's inspired by perhaps the most motivational of Seuss books, Oh the Places You'll Go! Regardless of your eating preferences, this colorful pudding is sure to fulfill your fruity fix.
    Make fruit swirl coconut chia pudding
    Photo credit: Kathy Patalsky
  • “Green Eggs and Ham” Deviled Eggs 9 of 10
    This finger food packs the classic dish, green eggs and ham, into easy-to-eat eggs! Serve up these simple snacks for kids after school or at your next dinner party to keep the Seuss spirit alive all year long!
    Make "Green Eggs and Ham" deviled eggs
  • Mango Lime Fruit Leather 10 of 10
    Inspired by The Lorax's beloved truffala trees, this colorful snack is a cinch to whip up and even easier to scarf down. But be warned: We're not sure how successful you'll be saving these trees.
    Make mango lime fruit leather

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