Tag Archives | Cubs in the Kitchen
Jack O Lantern Creamsicles We had some creamsicles and some black icing gel so we decided to have some Halloween fun with them. We made these Jack O Lantern creamsicles. This would be a fun snack/craft for a den meeting.
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Recipe We always carve at least one Jack 'O Lantern in October. We never let the seeds go to waste though. We roast them and eat them instead. These never last long in our house.
Tiger Den Meeting Ideas: BSA Supplemental Plan D - Go See It: Visit a Bakery Tiger Den Meeting Ideas: This supplemental tiger den meeting plan covers Tiger Elective 45 – Fresh Baking. Go visit a bakery and learn what happens there.
BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 16 - Cleanup Treasure Hunt, What Kind of Milk?, and Snack Time This Tiger Cub Scout den meeting idea covers Tiger Elective 33 – Cleanup Treasure Hunt, Tiger Elective 23 – What Kind of Milk?, and Tiger Elective 25 – Snack Time.
Gardening Ideas for Scouts - Plant a Pizza Garden Plant a garden based on a pizza theme so you can make pizzas with fresh herbs, tomatoes, and your other favorite ingredients.
A Scouter Is ... Apron (Spoof on the Boy Scout Law) Spoof on Boy Scout Law Apron: A Scouter Is... Capable, Generous Determined Patient Dependable Trusting Hopeful Fearless Flexible Humble and Exhausted
Cub Cafe Cub Scout Pack Meeting Plan (Health and Fitness) BSA has just released a Cub Scout pack meeting plan called Cub Cafe related to this core value. For more ideas for use with this theme, see my Cub Cafe program theme page.
Cub Scout Pack Meeting Idea - Nutrition Belt Loop (Health and Fitness) Our Cub Pack worked on the Nutrition belt loop at the March Cub Scout Pack meeting. If you still need a pack meeting idea for May, this would also fit in well with May's core value of Health and Fitness.
May Cub Scout Theme - Cub Cafe (Health and Fitness) The core value for the month of May is Health and Fitness. Along with the regular pack meeting plan for this core value, BSA also plans to release a Cub Cafe theme.
Fruit and Yogurt Parfait Recipe One of the kid's aunts, who is a nutritionist, came in and did some activities and made some healthy dishes with the Cub Scouts. One of the recipes she made with them was this fruit and yogurt parfait recipe.
Chicken Wrap Recipe At our March Pack meeting the Cub Scouts worked on the Nutrition belt loop. A nutritionist came in and did some great activities with the Cub Scouts, including bringing in a chicken wrap recipe and letting each Cub Scout make his own chicken wrap.
Nutrition Belt Loop for Cub Scouts If you are looking for something related to May's Health and Fitness theme, check out the Nutrition belt loop from the Cub Scout Academics and Sports Program. A pack meeting with a cookout could incorporate the requirements for this belt loop.
BSA Bear Den Meeting Plan 7 - What's Cooking? BSA provides den meeting plans for den leaders. This Bear Den meeting plan focuses on Bear Achievement 9 - What's Cooking?
BSA Wolf Den Meeting Plan 8: Cooking and Eating and Start a Collection This Wolf Den Meeting plan covers part of Wolf Achievement 8 - Cooking and Eating and part of Wolf Achievement 6 - Start a Collection.
Rice Crispy Treat Trees Recipe If you are doing something related to forestry, you can make these tree shaped snacks to go with the theme. Or make them for something related to family trees.
Gooey Butter Cake Recipe Gooey Butter Cake is a favorite type of coffee cake here in St. Louis. This version of the recipe is even easy enough for Cub Scouts to make. It is rich, so don't cut too big of a piece for yourself!
Cub Juice Potion Recipe A bubbling bowl of potion will add fun to any magic themed meeting. If your Cub Scouts have never seen what happens when dry ice is placed in a bowl of punch, they will be amazed. Use this idea with the Abracadabra theme.
Magic Wands Recipe If you are using the Abracadabra theme this month, try making some Magic Wands to go with them. This recipe is simple enough that you could use it at a Pack meeting.
One Pot Hoppin' John Recipe Hoppin' John is traditionally served on New Year's Day to bring luck through the year. You can have in anytime though. This recipe works at camp or you can cook it at home on your stove.
Donut Snowman Craft/Recipe Today's Winter Wonderland idea for Cub Scouts is both a craft and a snack. Make snowmen out of powdered sugar donuts, some pretzels, and a few other easy to find ingredients.
Forgotten Cookies Recipe My kids always enjoy making these cookies. They are called forgotten cookies because you put them in a hot oven, turn it off, and then forget about them until the next morning.
Snowball Cookies These are a family recipe. As kids we called them "snowballs" because that is what they look like - small ball shaped cookies rolled in powdered sugar. My mom always called them Russian tea cakes.
Turkey Treat Cupcakes Here's a fun dessert to make with your kids this time of year. Use it to fulfill Bear Achivement 9 (What's Cooking) requirement f: "With an adult, make a dessert for your family" or just for fun at a den meeting.
Checkerboard Cake Since I am featuring a chess theme this month, I thought I'd suggest making a checkerboard cake which will look similar to a chess board when sliced as a snack to go along with this theme. One easy way to make a checkerboard cake is with a special checkerboard cake pan.
Soccer Cake A few years back, one of our son's coaches had an end-of-season party for the soccer team. My husband likes to decorate cakes, so he made a soccer cake for the party. Since I am showcasing a soccer theme this month, I thought I'd share the idea with you.
Pepperoni Crescent Wheels Recipe Here is a "wheel shaped" snack to go with this month's cycling theme. These are pretty easy to make and would be a good snack for a meeting. Younger Cub Scouts will need some help with these, but they are simple enough that they can do a lot of the recipe themselves.
Bear Den Meeting Plan: What’s Cooking? ZM's den had a blast when we did Achievement 9 - What's Cooking? We were able to use the kitchen at our church, which made this achievement fun. I'm always amazed when I do cooking achievements with Cub Scouts that some of them rarely cook at home. For those Scouts, these achievements are especially exciting. I always enjoy it when their parents pick them up and they ask if they can start cooking at home.
Sharksicles Recipe Nobody wants to go out swimming and meet up with a shark! But if you are at a Cub Scout meeting and the shark is your popsicle snack, that is another story. So to go along with this month's aquatics theme for Cub Scouts, here is a snack idea.
How to Make Homemade Popsicles Popsicles are a great summer treat. And the ones from the store are very convenient, but sometimes it's fun to make your own. Your kids can get pretty creative with the ingredients. If you have your own popsicle molds, great! Otherwise it is still pretty easy to make your own frozen treats.
Earth Treats Recipe In honor of Earth Day, here is an Earth themed snack. Basically these are rice krispie treats shaped like the earth. You can make small "earths" or larger ones, but it seems to set better if you don't make them too big.
Baseball Cookies Recipe It's baseball season. If you are doing a sports theme with your Cub Scouts, why not make some baseball cookies?
Astronaut Pudding Recipe This makes a great snack for any space themed meeting. We used it when ZM's den worked on Bear Elective 1 - Space. It can be a little messy, so we went outside.
Shamrock Cookies St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner. Here is a fun recipe to make with your Cub Scouts to celebrate.
Edible Campfires Recipe Scouts should know how to build a fire. I am always amazed how many kids don't understand the concept of using tinder and small sticks. This snack will help introduce the concept.
Pumpkin Bread Recipe Pumpkin bread is a favorite snack bread and dessert at our house. This recipe is easy enough for kids to make.
Red White and Blue Bread Braid Recipe This is a recipe for cooking with Cub Scouts. This is a little more involved than some recipes I used with my Cubs, but they really enjoyed kneading the color into the bread. And even if the colors don't come out bright red, white, and blue, Cub Scouts will enjoy eating fresh baked bread.
S'mores Nachos Recipe Just because it is too cold to go camping doesn't mean that your Scouts can't enjoy s'mores.
Dad's Favorite Star Cookies Recipe Here is another Christmas cookie. These are not very sweet. ZM and LC like to sprinkle these with colored sugar before we bake them.
Candy Cane Cookies Recipe ZM really enjoy making holiday treats. To him, if it has a special shape, that makes baking extra fun. So these are a good Christmas treat to make with Cub Scouts. They don't have a strong mint flavor, but are more like a sugar cookie.
Ham and Cheese Bites Recipe Here is a snack for your Cubs in the kitchen. This one is simple enough that they should be able to do most of it themselves.