Blueberry Dip – Cooking Idea For Kids

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Today in cooking class Nano made blueberry dip and it was so yummy! The teachers had the recipe typed up for me. They are getting to know me and my blogging habits.


  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup blueberries (they used frozen)
  • Graham crackers for dipping
  • The kids added all of the ingredients to a food processor and each pushed the button. I’m sure you could use a mixer (my kids love helping with that) or just let them stir all of it in a bowl. The only difference is your blueberries will be whole instead of chopped up (or squished).

    Dish up and serve with graham crackers.

    I had to try it and it was yummy!

    Have fun!

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    • sarah

      What a lovely thing to do. Kids have so much fun helping out in the kitchen and so great to get them involved at creating things at an early age

    • Mike@Rachel Ray Cookwares

      I should try this to my little girl, she love blueberry! Thanks for the recipe!

    • Jen@ Wedding Catering Toronto

      What is the reason for using lemon juice? Perhaps I am biased but I can’t see myself using lemon and blueberry. Though to be fair that does looks delicious…

    • Bishal Sharma@money saving tips

      I will definitely get my kids to help me in preparing this thing. I am sure they will enjoy it.