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Asian-inspired meals for kids to help make

#1/15: Stir-fry noodles
#1/15: Stir-fry noodles
For a quick meal, this delicious Asian stir-fry noodle recipe is one that both you and the kids will love.
#2/15: Lettuce wraps
#2/15: Lettuce wraps
Kids will love assembling these healthy (and tasty) Thai chicken lettuce wraps.
#3/15: Asian beef tacos
#3/15: Asian beef tacos
If your kids love tacos, mix things up a little with these Asian beef tacos for dinner.
#4/15: Spring rolls
#4/15: Spring rolls
Let your kids customize their spring rolls exactly how they want them by adding the fillings themselves.
#5/15: Chicken and apple balls
#5/15: Chicken and apple balls
Let your kids get involved in the kitchen, rolling these chicken and apple balls and placing them on skewers.
#7/15: Bento panda
#7/15: Bento panda
Get creative in the kitchen with your kids with these adorable bento pandas. With rice, seaweed and veggies, your kids can help make these healthy creations.
#9/15: Candy sushi
#9/15: Candy sushi
Rice crispy treats and gummy worms come together to make this kid-friendly faux sushi.
#10/15: PB&J sushi
#10/15: PB&J sushi
Kids will love helping make these PB&J "sushi rolls." They are perfect for little ones who aren't ready to dive into the real thing.
#11/15: Fruit sushi rolls
#11/15: Fruit sushi rolls
With tortillas, cream cheese and fresh fruit, kids can help make these yummy Asian-inspired fruit rolls.
#12/15: Sandwich sushi
#12/15: Sandwich sushi
If your kids aren't ready for real Asian cuisine, let them make sushi roll sandwiches instead.
#13/15: Almond cookies
#13/15: Almond cookies
Head to the kitchen with your kids and mix up a batch of these Chinese almond cookies.
#14/15: Homemade fried ice cream
#14/15: Homemade fried ice cream
Everyone loves ice cream -- so why not try fried ice cream. You'll often find it in Asian and Mexican restaurants, but you can easily make it at home.
#15/15: Fruit roll-up fortune cookies
#15/15: Fruit roll-up fortune cookies
For a new twist on fortune cookies, make these colorful little treats from fruit roll-ups.
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