Good Food Kids' YouTube recipes

Discover our craziest, most creative kids' recipes like our exploding volcano cake and unicorn poo meringues. These treats offer lots of fun in the kitchen.

Whether it's Hey Duggee Sticky Stick biscuits, exploding cakes or sweet candy sushi that looks like the real thing, dazzle the kids with these fabulous fun bakes and treats. Get them involved in the kitchen, too. Grab a couple of wooden spoons, aprons and let them express their creativity with decorating.

Don't forget to try even more of our triple-tested kids' baking projects
 

How to make an EXPLODING volcano cake:

BOOM! What's that sound? It's a spectacular exploding volcano cake! Create this erupting children's treat decorated with sweeties and mini dinos with our easy recipe and fun tutorial. 
 

How to make PAW-SOME Hey Duggee biscuits:

We're dazzled by these Duggee biscuits! Make them for a special occasion and you'll be top dog. They're topped with perfectly formed colourful icing to make your favourite characters. 
 

How to make candy sushi:

Try our super sophisticated sweet sushi that looks like fish, but tastes like candy! Get the little ones involved in rolling these tasty bites, colouring the icing and creating a colourful platter. 
 

How to make rainbow unicorn poo meringues:

Swirly, sweet and oh-so cute, we love these unicorn poo meringues! They're super easy to make – simply swirl your colours and pipe your poos to perfection. Brighten up a kids' party table or a rainy afternoon with these extra-special sweets. 
 

Sticky Stick biscuits - Hey Duggee:

"Stick, stick, stick, stick, sticky, sticky stick, stick!" We can't resist a good tune or a crunchy Stick biscuit covered in chocolate. Branch out and make your own simple Sticky Stick biscuits
 

How to make a MAGICAL reindeer cake:

Bake a Christmas cake that looks just like Rudolph! Kids will love it and everyone will enjoy the rich chocolate sponge, smooth icing and biscuit antlers. This showstopping bake is well worth the effort to make.
 

Enjoyed these recipes? Try our other cool kids' activities... 

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