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Welcome to the Party in the Kids’ Kitchen!

Ever week we bring you some great posts and ideas from around the internet relating to anything families and food.

This week we’re highlighting FIVE fun foods for the leprechauns in your house!

5 Fun Food for the Leprechauns in your house and Party In The Kids' Kitchen link up party on

It seems like everyone is getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day. Such a fun holiday to work on green color recognition and talk more about St. Patrick with the kids. Along with trying out the featured recipes below, we are studying more about St. Partick with fun activities from Christian Montessori Network.

Welcome! I co-host this party every Thursday with my friend Jennifer from In The Kids’ Kitchen. The party starts at Noon EST and stays open until midnight EST on Sunday.

Please make sure to follow our wonderful Kids in the Kitchen Pinterest boards from each of the hosts.

Follow Jennifer Tammy’s board In the Kids Kitchen on Pinterest.

Follow Marie @ Child Led Life’s board Kids in the Kitchen on Pinterest.

The Party in the Kids Kitchen is a great resource for finding and sharing everything family & food! You can look forward to finding:

  • Recipes
  • Healthy Substitutions
  • Kitchen and Pantry ideas and hacks
  • Kids in the Kitchen
  • Menu Plans
  • Cookbook Reviews
  • Food-inspired play or learning
  • Books about food
  • Foodie travel

Information for Bloggers Adding Links.

Check out our Featured Links from Last Week’s Party and two wonderful posts from In The Kids’ Kitchen:

Leprechaun Munch – Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

Leprechaun Bread – The Mad Mommy

Kid Friendly Pea Soup –  In The Kids’ Kitchen

Mint Chocolate Chip Banana Bread – Playground Parkbench

Girl Guide Thin Mint Cupcakes – In The Kids’ Kitchen

Even if you’re not a blogger, please share in the comments what your favorite pins or recipes were this week so we can share them! This party is a great resource for the foodie family!

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