Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Chalkboard Cookies ehow.com Your kids can help prepare these cookies, but what they'll really love doing is painting an image on them once they're done.Find the recipe here. 2. Watermelon Cupcakes superhealthykids.com This super-simple recipe is wonderful for getting kids involved in the kitchen AND eating healthy. Find the recipe here. 3. Fruity Pebbles No-Bake Bars rachelcooks.com Kids will love mixing the Fruity Pebbles and melted butter/marshmallows almost as much as eating this delish twist on the classic Rice Krispie treat. Find the recipe here. 4. Trix Krispies cravingsofalunatic.com Are your kids more into Trix? If so, you need to team up to make these. (Sorry, no rabbits are allowed to help.)Find the recipe here. 5. Ice Cream in a Bag icanteachmychild.com This is an awesome recipe/science experiment every parent should try with their kid at least once. Basically, it involves a lot of shaking! Find the recipe here. 6. Ice Cream Sandwich Cake Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF isavea2z.com It doesn't get any more simple — or delicious — than this. Find the recipe here. 7. Easy Graham Cracker Eclair Cake hip2save.com Enjoy lots of mixing and spreading fun without having to use the stove or oven.Find the recipe here. 8. Easy Frozen Banana Pops www2.highlights.com Even young kids can help out making these healthy treats.Find the recipe — plus suggestions on how older kids can add additional ingredients — here. 9. Raspberry Crumb Bars cookingclassy.com Kids can get really involved with this one by mixing the ingredients, spreading the jam, and sprinkling oats on top.Find the recipe here. 10. PB&J Pops marthastewart.com This isn't one to try with kids who have nut allergies, of course, but the prep process has lots of kid-friendly steps — and the results are yum-yum-yummy.Find the recipe here. 11. Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Apple Bites thecomfortofcooking.com This is another easy and healthy one your kids will love.Find the recipe here. 12. Cake Batter Dip budgetsavvydiva.com This is a no-bake dip, so all you and your kids need to do is mix the ingredients, then toss them in the fridge!Find the recipe here. 13. S'mores Dip fivehearthome.com Your kids put the chocolate chips and marshmallows in the skillet, then you take over and put it on the stove. Find the recipe here. 14. Homemade Donuts littlebitfunky.com Kids will love shaping the canned biscuits into donuts — and gorging on the finished product, of course.Find the recipe here. 15. Homemade Taffy skiptomylou.org This recipe involves 15 minutes of pulling the taffy, which kids absolutely love!Find the recipe here. 16. No-Bake Chewy Cookies and Cream Bars picky-palate.com You need just three ingredients to make this deliciousness.Find the recipe here. 17. Easy Frozen Yogurt Bites eatingonadime.com This one is almost guaranteed to be mess-free even for the littlest of littles.Find the recipe here. 18. Cheesecake-Stuffed Strawberries budgetsavvydiva.com You'll love the strawberries; your kids will love the sprinkles (and the strawberries).Find the recipe here. 19. No-Bake Banana Cream Cheesecake anightowlblog.com The main part of this recipe involves whisking the ingredients, which is a fun — and appropriate — task for kids.Find the recipe here. 20. Three-Ingredient Buttery Shortbread Cookie chewoutloud.com This recipe includes a step where the dough is rolled into balls, so yeah, kids like making these.Find the recipe here. 21. Chocolate Pudding Bowls bakerella.com Holy cow — this is the ultimate kids' recipe. Not only does it involve using balloons to make chocolate bowls, but then you and your kids fill them with pudding. Drool.Find the recipe here.