Get out the aprons, mixing bowls and wooden spoons - and get cooking with your toddler!
It's going to get messy, so if you're feeling stressed or in a rush, save this activity for another day.
If you're up for some culinary fun, however, then a toddler will be great company and you're sure to put a smile on their face.
You don't have to be an expert yourself to learn with them - you can start with simple things together, and then move on.
How CBeebies can help
There are loads of sweet and savoury recipes to try out on the Cbeebies website - click on 'Make & Colour'; and then select 'Cooking'.
The recipes are pretty easy to make and your toddler will love handling new foods and taste-testing the finished dish or treat.
Most of the recipes are one that have been featured on CBeebies cookery shows I Can Cook and Big Cook Little Cook. Check out the listings schedule to see if either show is on this week and you could plan to watch a few episodes.
And why not check out the web pages for I Can Cook and Big Cook Little Cook? There are games to play and colouring-in sheets to print out, as well as all the recipe ideas.
How to make a magic moment
Why not have a go at making that good old favourite - chocolate crispy cakes?
You'll need about 100g of chocolate, 50g of butter, two tablespoons of golden syrup and 100g of cornflakes or puffed rice cereal. This makes about a dozen separate crispies.
Melt the chocolate in a large bowl in the microwave, and then add the butter and syrup - that's when your toddler can start stirring and you can give him the cereal to add gradually, and judge together when the right amount is in it. You want every flake/bit of puffed rice covered in chocolate.
You and your toddler can then spoon in the chocolate crispy cake mixture into paper bun cases. Leave to set and then enjoy!
Variation: your toddler can add small sweets or raisins to each crispy cake before they set.