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Gourmet Kids Corner

Introduce the kiddos to the good stuff this holiday season! Savoring fine cuisine is child's play with Ile de France.

Cheese is a big part of French culture and central to French cuisine. Ile de France cheeses are a great introduction into the world of French food. The social value of cooking and savoring with friends and families will set children up for a lifetime of enjoyment.

Put your little foodies on the road to deliciousness with easy, kid-friendly recipes featuring the best cheeses of France. Bringing children into the kitchen is great for holiday season bonding – the perfect time to share family holiday stories and traditions. Our kid-approved gourmet recipes are an absolute snap to prepare, appeal to both kids and adults, and give kids the chance to be a part of creating holiday treats.

Deviled Eggs with Goat Cheese, Scallions and Dill
This is a snacker that's easy to eat and fun to make. Try making it as a holiday appetizer, or just serve them to company dropping by anytime. It only takes an ounce of goat cheese, eggs and spices. The eggs can be made hours ahead of time so it's a great beginner recipe because it doesn't require much prep time.

Baked Macaroni and Goat Cheese
This is one dish all ages can agree on. Its versatility really stands out. The goat cheese adds a fresh, unique spin on a classic, making it an exciting holiday side dish. This is true gourmet comfort food that's accessible. It will get kids excited about making and trying other types of pasta, too.

Ham, Brie and Pear Panini
Savory ham and our ultra-creamy signature Brie are the main draws here. Crunchy sliced pear makes it a fresh seasonal delight. A nice, gourmet take on another classic comfort food that appeals to foodies of all ages. Don't worry about having a real Panini maker - heating a dash of olive oil in a pan and grilling the sandwich on each side works just as well. If you have relatives staying over, this is perfect to serve for lunch. The little ones will love stacking the layers together!

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