The holidays can be stressful, what with all the nonstop planning, prepping, hosting, decorating, buying and baking. This holiday season, take a little pressure off and bond with your little ones by asking them to help out in the kitchen. "Cooking with your kids encourages the value of spending time together as a family," says Anita Laginess, the mom-power behind Dei Fratelli, a fourth-generation, family-owned tomato company. "Even the messes both of you make will have you giggling." Not to mention, little helping hands in the kitchen provide great company and get the job done faster.