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Staying at home and cooking for yourself, your family, and your neighbors has never been more important. As always, you can rely on all of us in the test kitchen for resources to help you plan, shop, and cook for yourself and your loved ones. We are committed to serving as a resource to you every day.

We'll be using this page to post articles and recipe collections that we think will help you feed the people you love in this unpredictable time. We post about topics you're looking for now: pantry-friendly inspiration, info on ingredient substitutions, and big-batch recipes you can freeze. We'll even provide an occasional break from the norm by way of a dispatch from our test cooks and kitchen staff, who are all currently working from home.

We're all in this together. Let’s roll up our sleeves, wash our hands, and stay busy in the kitchen.

Jack Bishop

P.S. To make our content even more accessible, we've taken some unprecedented measures. As part of our Keep Calm and Cook Sale, we’ve slashed our cookbook prices to $19.99 or less (yes, even new ones!) and they're ready to ship. We've opened up our ATK Kids website (so many recipes and fun activities, now free). You can also have more time to sample our Online Cooking School with a 3-week free trial and a discounted rate of $9.95 per month (50% off) after that. And of course, you can get every recipe, rating, and resource on,, and with an all-access membership.

ATK Kid's Kitchen Classroom

At-Home Curriculum

MARCH 8 — MARCH 14 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 10

This week’s Kitchen Classroom is a Weekend Project! Kids and family members can work together to fill, shape, and bake a batch of Empanadas de Piña y Coco (Pineapple-Coconut Empanadas), a sweet treat inspired by empanadas from Mexico. 


MARCH 1 — MARCH 7 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 9

This week, Kids Cook Breakfast! Easy to make and almost endlessly customizable, Our Make It Your Way Challenge: Omelets are a great breakfast (or breakfast-for-dinner!) for kids to make for the whole family. 


FEBRUARY 22 — FEBRUARY 28 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 8

The week, transform your kitchen into a Kitchen STEAM Lab! Kids will discover how temperature affects yeast in The Inflatable Science of Yeast, a bubbly hands-on experiment. They’ll practice making predictions, carrying out a scientific investigation, and analyzing their results.


FEBRUARY 15 — FEBRUARY 21 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 7

This week, kids can blend up an easy batch of Creamy Dreamy Tomato Soup in Cooking For You. Kids will practice their independence in the kitchen by making their own lunch or dinner (plus an extra serving for a lucky sibling, parent, or caregiver) with minimal adult help.


FEBRUARY 8 — FEBRUARY 14 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 6

This week, work on a Weekend Project! The whole family can gather in the kitchen for a dumpling party to fill, shape, and cook a batch of Guotie (Pot Stickers) for Chinese New Year, a recipe from My First Cookbook that’s great for all ages. 


FEBRUARY 1 — FEBRUARY 7 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 5

This week: Kids Cook Dinner! Kids can gather the family for Taco Tuesday (or any day!), and make Shredded Chicken Tacos and prepare the toppings to go with them. As they cook, they’ll learn more about simmering, boiling, and reducing sauces.


JANUARY 25 — JANUARY 31 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 4

This week, kids can cook a batch of Turkey Burgers; explore the science behind what gives Pretzel Rolls their signature color and flavor; observe the physics of how a blender works while making Mixed Berry Smoothies; and perform an experiment with The Gooey Science of Melty Cheese.


JANUARY 18 — JANUARY 24 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 3

This week, kids can turn the kitchen into their own pizzeria and make Personal Pizzas; discover what gives Cinnamon Rolls their distinctive flavor and aroma; stir together No-Bake Energy Bites and write an original acrostic poem; and put their senses to the test with The Nose Knows.


JANUARY 11 — JANUARY 17 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 2

This week, kids can make Banana-Oat Pancakes, Peanut Butter Cups, Best-Ever Pasta with Butter and Parmesan Cheese, and create their dream dumplings in our Make It Your Way: Baked Dumplings Challenge.


JANUARY 4 — JANUARY 10 Kitchen Classroom 2021: Week 1

This week, kids can cook dinner (that’s also a small science experiment) with Pan-Seared Chicken Breasts with Chimichurri Sauce; make Olive Oil Cake while learning about the different types of oils commonly found in the kitchen; take charge of breakfast using our recipe for French Toast for One; and discover where salt comes from (and grow their own flaky salt crystals) in Be a Salt Farmer. 


DECEMBER 28 — JANUARY 3 Kitchen Classroom: Week 42

This week, kids can practice using their senses in a Tasting & Testing: Frozen Waffles activity; write some silly poetry as they cook Meatballs; tackle some math word problems while making a batch of Cake Pops; and help the whole family get back in a weekday routine  by making Overnight Oats with Bananas and Brown Sugar for a quick breakfast.


DECEMBER 21 — DECEMBER 27 Kitchen Classroom: Week 41

This week, kids will learn all about popcorn shapes as they make a batch of Caramel Popcorn; explore primary and secondary colors while decorating Glazed Sugar Cookies; and participate in two activities from our Winter Break Challenge: a Pack It Up Design Challenge and Edible Spheres.


DECEMBER 14 — DECEMBER 20 Kitchen Classroom: Week 40

This week, kids discover what gives mint its cooling effect while making Peppermint Bark; create an original story about Soft and Chewy Gingerbread People; conduct an experiment and make lunch with Amazing Emulsions and Baby Spinach Salad with Veggies; and practice calculating combinations while making Cheese Quesadillas.


DECEMBER 7 — DECEMBER 13 Kitchen Classroom: Week 39

This week, kids can celebrate Hanukkah by making Oven-Baked Latkes; learn all about where vanilla comes from while whisking together a big batch of Sugar Cookie Mix; observe how rice changes as it cooks as they bake a simple side dish of Baked Brown Rice; and explore the power of cornstarch while making Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry.


NOVEMBER 30 — DECEMBER 6 Kitchen Classroom: Week 38

This week, kids can make Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Chocolate Crinkle Cookies, Rice Noodle Bowls with Pork and Scallions, and blend up a big batch of DIY Hot Cocoa Mix to sip all winter longor to give away as holiday gifts.


NOVEMBER 23 — NOVEMBER 29 Kitchen Classroom: Week 37

In this week’s edition of Kitchen Classroom, kids will make Garlicky Skillet Green Beans, mix up a batch of our DIY Cornbread Mix, discover what gives fizzy drinks their bubbles in a hands-on experiment, and test their food trivia knowledge as they challenge the whole family to a quiz bowl.


NOVEMBER 16 — NOVEMBER 22 Kitchen Classroom: Week 36

This week, kids can practice recipes that they can contribute to the Thanksgiving table (or any family meal): Easy Biscuits, Pumpkin Pie made with kid-friendly homemade Pie Dough, and creamy Smashed Potatoes (no cutting or peeling required!). 


NOVEMBER 9 — NOVEMBER 15 Kitchen Classroom: Week 35

This week, kids can practice their math skills while making Mini Beef and Cheese Empanadas; “go bananas” learning about the star ingredient of our Banana and Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins; get creative with adjectives while baking up a batch of Fluffy Dinner Rolls; and conduct a mini science experiment while mixing up Flavored Butters.


NOVEMBER 2 — NOVEMBER 8 Kitchen Classroom: Week 34

This week, kids will explore the spicy world of chile peppers while making Tacos de Tinga de Pollo; practice their geometry skills to press perfectly-sized DIY Corn Tortillas; make their own Grenadine syrup and learn how it got its name with some trivia; and flex their math muscles while making Blueberry Muffins.


OCTOBER 26 — NOVEMBER 1 Kitchen Classroom: Week 33

This week, kids can bake a batch of cheesy, gluten-free Pão de Queijo to snack on or serve as a side dish; dip some Caramel Apples in preparation for Halloween; sip spiced Hot Chocolate as they learn about the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos; and make a green bean side dish that comes with a sprinkle of salty science.


OCTOBER 19 — OCTOBER 25 Kitchen Classroom: Week 32

This week, kids make an easy Pumpkin Snack Cake for dessert and One-Pot Pasta with Quick Tomato Sauce for dinner, conduct a simple science experiment to learn about yeast after making Overnight Waffles, and create their very own ice cream flavor in a Make It Your Way Challenge.


OCTOBER 12 — OCTOBER 18 Kitchen Classroom: Week 31

This week, kids learn all about spices as they make Beef and Bean Chili, test their knowledge while making homemade Strawberry Pop Tarts, find out what secret ingredient gives a Classic Grilled Cheese sandwich the crispiest crust, and observe how sweet potatoes transform  while making Baked Sweet Potatoes.


OCTOBER 5 — OCTOBER 11 Kitchen Classroom: Week 30

This week, kids can make a Gingery Carrot Soup for lunch, explore the science behind raisins as they bake a loaf of Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl Bread, spiff up their seasoning skills in a Make It Your Way Challenge all about salt, and observe the power of steam while making Fried Eggs.


SEPTEMBER 28 — OCTOBER 4 Kitchen Classroom: Week 29

This week, kids explore different types of apples while baking an Apple Crisp, learn where pepitas come from while makeing Sweet and Salty Pepitas, discover why carrots are orange as they bake a Carrot Snack Cake, and do some delicious math problems while making Ham and Cheese Sliders.


SEPTEMBER 21 — SEPTEMBER 27 Kitchen Classroom: Week 28

This week, kids explore spices in Spiced Applesauce Muffins, put their favorite snacks to the test in The Battle of Crispy Versus Crunchy, learn about flags of the world while making a Caprese Panini, and contribute a main dish for family dinner by making Apple Cider-Glazed Pork Chops.


SEPTEMBER 14 — SEPTEMBER 20 Kitchen Classroom: Week 27

This week, kids can turn family dinner into pizza night with an easy Sheet Pan Pizza, make Roasted Broccoli, and whip up some Frozen Raspberry Lime Rickeys. For a sweet treat, kids can bake up a batch of Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip Cookies!


SEPTEMBER 7 — SEPTEMBER 13 Kitchen Classroom: Week 26

This week, kids will test their knowledge of food groups while making Salad In A Jar, explore combinations with Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Pie, flex their multiplication skills to bake Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies, and engineer a DIY cooler in our Keep Your Cool Design Challenge.


AUGUST 31 — SEPTEMBER 6 Kitchen Classroom: Week 25

This week, kids can make a show-stopping Free-Form Summer Fruit Tart, learn all about chickpeas while making a pair of Crispy Veggie Burgers for lunch or dinner, get creative in a Make It Your Way Beverage Challenge, and practice real-world mathematics while baking up a batch of Granola Bars.


AUGUST 24 — AUGUST 30 Kitchen Classroom: Week 24

This week, kids can practice their measurement skills as they bake a Corn, Tomato, and Bacon Galette, cool off with Strawberry-Cream Paletas, keep track of time as they cook a Cheese Omelet for breakfast, and harness the power of steam while making Fancy Fish in Foil.


AUGUST 17 — AUGUST 23 Kitchen Classroom: Week 23

This week, kids can bake up a summery Blueberry Cobbler, transform almonds and rice into creamy Horchata, make Rice Noodle Bowls with Peanut Sauce, and discover which cheese makes the gooiest grilled cheese sandwich in a stretchy science experiment. 


AUGUST 10 — AUGUST 16 Kitchen Classroom: Week 22

This week, kids can make vegetarian Rice and Bean Bowls with Corn and Avocado Crema, explore some cheesy science while preparing Crispy Frico Caesar Salad, and tackle two different baking recipes: buttery Berry Scones make and citrusy Key Lime Bars. 


AUGUST 3 — AUGUST 9 Kitchen Classroom: Week 21

This week, kids can make Turkey Burgers, Summer Tomato and Peach Salad, and yogurt dips. Kids can tackle the Make It Your Way Challenge: Eat the Rainbow to see how many colors of fruits and veggies they can pack onto their plates.


JULY 27 — AUGUST 2 Kitchen Classroom: Week 20

Celebrate summer by blending a batch of No-Churn Ice Cream (no ice cream maker required) and learning about some of the chilly science behind frozen desserts in a hands-on science experiment. We also have recipes for Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken and Corny Cornbread.

JULY 20 — JULY 26 Kitchen Classroom: Week 19

This week, kids can take hands-on cooking to the next level by preparing Smashed Cucumber Salad, Mango Lassi Popsicles, Vegetable Tacos (starring zucchini and corn), and learning about the powerful science of salt with a batch of Zucchini Muffins.

JULY 13 — JULY 19 Kitchen Classroom: Week 18

This week, kids can make Buffalo Chicken Lavash Flatbread, Scrambled Eggs, Strawberry Cream "Shortcake," and a batch of refreshing Real Lemonade. 

JULY 6 — JULY 12 Kitchen Classroom: Week 17

This week, kids can use our splatter-free technique to cook Sweet and Tangy Glazed Salmon for dinner. Also on the menu for the week: Garlicky Skillet Green Beans, Muffin Tin Doughnut Holes, and a Make It Your Way Challenge: Cheese Snack Plate.

JUNE 29 — JULY 5 Kitchen Classroom: Week 16

This week, we’re helping you get ready for the long Fourth of July weekend with some summery, celebratory recipes (and a colorful taste test): Watermelon Slushies, Firecracker Hot Dogs, Guacamole, and a blind taste test with green and red bell peppers.

JUNE 22 — JUNE 28 Kitchen Classroom: Week 15

This week, kids can make a batch of Basil Pesto; stir together a Chocolate Snack Cake using a surprising ingredient; roll their way to lunch with a Spicy BLT Wrap; and create a bakery-worthy loaf of Almost No-Knead Bread.

JUNE 15 — JUNE 21 Kitchen Classroom: Week 14

This week, kids make great summer dishes: a layered yogurt parfait (and learn the difference between Greek yogurt and regular yogurt); smooth, creamy Hummus; and Shredded BBQ Chicken Sandwiches. We've also included a list of resources for learning about Juneteenth.

JUNE 8 — JUNE 14 Kitchen Classroom: Week 13

This week, kids can help make a hands-on dinner for the whole family with Sizzling Beef Lettuce Wraps. (Be sure they save the leftover scallion whites for the Regrow Your Vegetables activity!). They'll also make Real Buttered Popcorn (or one of the fun flavor variations) and sweet Strawberry Shortcakes.

JUNE 1 — JUNE 7 Kitchen Classroom: Week 12

This week, kids conduct an edible experiment about food texture and conduct a blind taste test on white and yellow cheddar cheese. Plus, they make Tortilla Snack Chips and a batch of Cheese Pupusas.

MAY 25 — MAY 31 Kitchen Classroom: Week 11

This week, young chefs will make Pesto Flatbread "Pizza," bake a batch of granola, enjoy some Bean and Cheese Quesadillas (with a recipe designed especially for kids ages 5 to 8), and whip up some Blueberry Muffins for weekend brunch.

MAY 18 — MAY 24 Kitchen Classroom: Week 10

This week, kids turn breakfast into a work of art with Smoothie Bowls. They also conduct an experiment that explores why cut avocados turn brown and then make Rainbow Grain Bowls. Then the whole family bakes Egyptian Spice Cookies and learns about the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fatr.

May 11 — May 17 Kitchen Classroom: Week 9

This week, we’re unpacking the (delicious) science of melting cheese with a gooey science experiment; unlocking kids' creativity using Birthday Cupcakes, Vanilla Frosting, and their imagination; and serving up a bunch of other kid-friendly recipes.

May 4 — May 10 Kitchen Classroom: Week 8

This week, kids explore how what you hear while you eat affects what you think of food’s flavor and texture, make Shredded Chicken Tacos for family dinner and S’More Rice Cereal Treats for dessert, and whip up Mother’s Day breakfast.

April 27 — May 3 Kitchen Classroom: Week 7

This week, young chefs will explore the power of salt. They’ll also make Stovetop Macaroni and Cheese, Creamy Dreamy Tomato Soup, and No-Bake Energy Bites. And they'll shake up a batch of flavored simple syrups and use them to create flavored seltzers.

April 20 — april 26 Kitchen Classroom: Week 6

This week we’re baking Blondies for a sweet treat, learning how our senses of smell and taste work together in a simple science experiment, eating tacos for breakfast, and snacking on homemade Kale Chips and Tomato-Mozzarella Bites.

april 13 — april 19 Kitchen Classroom: Week 5

This week includes a shakeable science experiment that unpacks why water and oil don’t mix; recipes for Fudgy Chocolate Mug Cakes, Parmesan Chicken Tenders, and Personal Pizzas; and a creative “Make It Your Way” sandwich challenge.

april 6 — april 12 Kitchen Classroom: Week 4

This week starts off with some simple science experiments using bubbly seltzer water and also includes a salty art activity, kid-tested Meatballs, easy (and gluten-free) Peanut Butter Cookies, a foolproof recipe for hard-cooked eggs, and DIY Pancake Mix.

march 30 — april 5 Kitchen Classroom: Week 3

Make a recipe from My First Cookbook, play around with food textures, explore the spectacular world of fruits, explore the science of popcorn, bake a GIANT chocolate chip cookie, and discover how easy it is to make cheese using just two ingredients.

March 23 — March 29 Kitchen Classroom: Week 2

Explore the cool chemistry of salt and cheese, make chicken breasts and a comforting pasta dish with butter and Parmesan cheese for lunch or dinner, dive into the world of food packaging, and celebrate the weekend with pantry-friendly scones.

March 19 —March 22 Kitchen Classroom: Week 1

We know that you’re looking for activities to help support your kids' learning right now. Here's our first installment of our free weekly curriculum of recipes and hands-on STEAM activities for kids.

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