Edible art projects are a great way to get kids excited about cooking. Here's a round up of fun holiday edible art projects to make throughout the year. From EatingRichly.com

Edible art projects are a great way to get kids excited about cooking. To celebrate a year of Mini Chef Mondays, we are rounding up our favorite holiday edible art projects for kids to make. Some can be made completely by kids, others will need some adult assistance.

The Mini Chef Mondays team is also teaming up to giveaway this awesome KitchenAid mixer, so make sure to enter at the end of the post!

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: VALENTINE’S DAY

Whole Wheat Valentine Sandwich Cookies

Kids will LOVE practicing their cookie cutter skills making these pretty Valentine Sandwich Cookies.

Holiday edible art projects for kids: Whole wheat Valentine sandwich cookies From EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: ST. PATRICK’S DAY

Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast Shamrock Avocado Toast and Egg in a Basket

Stay away from processed sugars and artificial food coloring by making this healthy St. Patrick’s Day breakfast.

Edible Art Projects for Kids: A healthy St. Patrick's Day breakfast of shamrock avocado toast. From EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: EASTER

What to do with Easter Eggs: Boiled Egg Animals

Wondering what to do with Easter eggs now that you’re done with Easter? Turn them into these cute and easy boiled egg animals!

Edible art projects for kids: Wondering what to do with Easter eggs now that you're done with Easter? Turn them into these cute and easy boiled egg animals! Each one takes just a few minutes to make. From EatingRichly.com

Healthy Easter Snack Pineapple Empty Tomb Recipe

This cute Easter snack is ridiculously simple. You can make eight of them in about 10 minutes!

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: Healthy Easter Snack Pineapple Empty Tombs from EatingRichly.com

Peanut Butter Bunny Treat Recipe

These little bunny backsides make cute kids’ snacks, and are super easy to make.

Edible Art projects: Peanut butter bunny butt Easter treat recipe EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: MOTHER’S AND FATHER’S DAY

Child’s handprint sugar cookie

The way to Mom’s heart might be through her stomach, especially with these sugar cookies imprinted with the hand of her little one.

This toddler handprint cookie will melt mama's heart. Check out all our holiday edible art projects at EatingRichly.com

A Mother’s Day dinner dad and kids can make

Bake up this blue ribbon pizza to let Mom know she’s first in your life. The pizza uses a premade crust for an easy Mother’s Day dinner that let’s Mom take the night off.

This Mother's Day, give Mom her own blue ribbon pizza, and give her the night off from cooking dinner. Check out all ten cute edible Mother's Day gifts at EatingRichly.com

Tie-shaped pizzas are an easy recipe kids can make for Dad

Kids can easily decorate these tie-shaped pizzas with Dad’s favorite toppings for a fun, edible gift. The bonus is that Father’s Day dinner is fast and simple to make.

Tie shaped pizzas are an easy edible gift for dad on Father's Day. Get all our favorite holiday edible art projects on EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: 4TH OF JULY

Fruit Rockets

These easy fruit rockets which are perfect for firework party food, popping into lunch boxes or even just a fun and healthy snack idea to make with the kids!

These fun fruit rockets will help get your kids excited for the real rockets coming later. Get more holiday edible art projects that kids can make at EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: HALLOWEEN

Jack o’lantern toasts Easy Halloween Breakfast for Kids

These jack o’lantern toasts make an easy Halloween breakfast for kids and double as a fun edible craft!
Holiday edible art projects for kids: jack o'lantern toasts from EatingRichly.com

Boonanas Healthy Kid Snack for Halloween

These ghostly bananas are simple enough for even the youngest of toddlers to make.

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: Boonanas (ghost bananas) from EatingRichly.com

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Ball Spiders

These adorable spiders are actually protein balls that give kids (and parents!) a great burst of healthy energy,

These cute little spiders are actually chocolate peanut butter protein balls, perfect for some quick energy or an adorable healthy kid snack for Halloween. From EatingRichly.com

Cheese Mummy: The Best Halloween Party Recipe

Kids will love shaping the cheeseball into this cute little mummy.

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: Cheese Mummy The Best Halloween Party Recipe from EatingRichly.com

Healthy Kid Snack For Halloween: Fruit Spiders Recipe

Creepy and crawly but deliciously cute, these fruit spiders are so fun, your little ones will beg for this healthy kid snack for Halloween.

Holiday Edible craft for kids: These healthy Halloween fruit spiders are so creepy crawly, kids will beg for more! | EatingRichly.com

Halloween Fruit Cups Your Preschooler Can Make

These Halloween fruit cups make an adorable pumpkin patch, and are perfect for bringing a healthy prepackaged snack to school that’s as cute as homemade treats.

Edible art projects for kids: Halloween fruit cups make an adorable pumpkin patch, perfect for bringing a healthy prepackaged snack to school that's as cute as homemade treats. From EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: THANKSGIVING

Thanksgiving Turkey Veggie Tray Kids Can’t Resist Eating

You kids will giggle with delight at this Thanksgiving turkey veggie tray, and it’s an easy way to get them excited about eating vegetables!

Holiday edible art projects for kids: Thanksgiving turkey veggie tray. From EatingRichly.com

Pumpkin Shaped Sugar Cookies Without a Cookie Cutter

It’s so easy for kids to make these cute pumpkin shaped sugar cookies without a cookie cutter. You can use your favorite sugar cookie recipe, or even use refrigerated sugar cookie or peanut butter cookie dough.

Holiday edible art projects for kids: Pumpkin shaped sugar cookies without a cookie cutter. From EatingRichly.com

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: CHRISTMAS

Frozen’s Olaf Snowman Cheese Snack for Kids

This cute cheese Olaf from Frozen is a healthy snack that’s sure to delight your kids. Ready in 10 minutes or less!

Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: Frozen's Olaf snowman cheese snack from EatingRichly.com

Cute Kid Snack Recipe: Christmas Wreath Bagel

This edible Christmas wreath bagel makes a cute snack for kids during the holidays.


Holiday Edible Art Projects for Kids: Christmas wreath bagel recipe from EatingRichly.com

No Bake Yule Log Cake Recipe

This easy no bake yule log cake is the perfect Christmas dessert to make with your kids. Just 5 ingredients!

Edible art projects for kids: This easy no bake yule log cake is the perfect Christmas dessert to make with your kids. Just 5 ingredients! From EatingRichly.com

Christmas Cheeseball Snowman Recipe

Even if you don’t have snow, kids can roll up some cheeseballs and turn them into a cute snowman.

Holiday edible art projects for kids: Christmas cheeseball snowman recipe From EatingRichly.com

KitchenAid 3.5 Quart Mini Stand Mixer Giveaway

Mini Chef Mondays team. Check out our favorite holiday edible art projects for kids on EatingRichly.com

We can’t believe it’s been a little over a year now that we’ve been sharing kid made recipes with you on our series, Mini Chef Mondays! So this week our team is sharing some of our favorite kid-friendly recipes we’ve shared over the past year.

To celebrate our 1 year anniversary, KitchenAid has given us a 3.5 quart Mini Stand Mixer in Guava to give to one lucky Mini Chef Mondays fan! We can wait to see what you create, don’t forget to use #MiniChefMondays on social media.

Mini Chef Mondays anniversary giveaway of a KitchenAid mixer. Plus sheck out our favorite holiday edible art projects for kids. EatingRichly.com

We want all kids to be comfortable in the kitchen, and most kids are eager to eat a meal if they got to make it! Be sure to follow Mini Chef Mondays weekly to discover a variety of easy recipes  for your mini chefs to create in the kitchen.

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