10 Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids

by Amy on September 4, 2013

My girls love cooking and doing experiments, so food science experiments are like the best of both worlds for them. It’s amazing how many different experiments you can do with a few simple pantry items and foods from the fridge. I asked my girls to help me round-up some of our favorite kitchen science experiments – a few of these you can even eat!

Spend some time in the kitchen exploring these 10 fun and easy food science experiments!

Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids

  1. Dancing Raisins :: Buggy and Buddy
  2. Invisible Ink: Painting with Citrus :: Tinkerlab
  3. Ice Cream in a Bag :: I Can Teach My Child
  4. Cabbage Leaves and Food Coloring :: Paging Fun Mums!
  5. Can You Sink a Marshmallow? :: Steve Spangler’s Blog

Food Science Experiments for Kids

  1. Solar Oven S’Mores :: Simple Kids
  2. Kool Aid Puffy Paint :: Learn Play Imagine
  3. Science on a Stick: Rock Candy :: The Kitchen Pantry Scientist
  4. Two Toothy Eggsperiments :: Luv Pre-K
  5. Gummy Bear Science :: Science for Kids

Have you done any kitchen science lately? Please share!

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