Friendship Recipe for Kids

Kid's Friendship Recipe: How to Cook Up a Sweet Friendship

Hey there little chefs! Are you ready to whip up something special?

This recipe isn't for cupcakes or cookies, it's for something even sweeter - friendship!

With just a few simple ingredients, you'll be able to create a friendship that's as fun and delicious as your favorite treat. So grab your mixing bowls and let's get started on this fun Kid's Friendship Recipe!



  • 2 cups of laughter
  • 1 cup of imagination
  • 1/2 cup of curiosity
  • 1/2 cup of playfulness
  • 1/4 cup of kindness
  • A dash of silliness
  • A pinch of sharing


  1. Start by mixing the laughter and imagination together in a large bowl. These two ingredients are the foundation of any good friendship between kids.

  2. Add the curiosity and playfulness to the bowl and mix well. These ingredients encourage kids to explore and discover new things together, and to have fun while doing so.

  3. Sprinkle in the kindness, as being caring and considerate towards each other is important in any friendship.

  4. Add a dash of silliness to keep things light-hearted and fun. Silly jokes and games are a great way to bond and make memories.

  5. Finally, add a pinch of sharing to the mix. This means taking turns, sharing toys and treats, and being generous towards each other.

  6. Mix all the ingredients together until well blended.

  7. Serve with a side of hugs and high-fives, and enjoy the recipe for a fun-filled and meaningful friendship between kids.


Friendship Recipe Book

Don't forget to ask all your friends to sign your My Friends and I friendship  (recipe) book! Find out what their favorite food is, what they like to do in their free time, what songs they like to listen to, what books they like to read, what they want to be when they grow up, and so much more.

Don't have a My Friends and I book yet? Get one here or on Amazon..


Bon Appetit and Enjoy Your Friendships!


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