Do you think teaching kids to cook is too much of a hassle? Having recipes kids can make could change the future for them.
One time I got to cook a recipe with my aunt Chelle and we pretended to have a Julia Child tv show. It was the best. I loved cooking with my mom and my grandma. It was a special time we spent together.
When I was a young adult, I hated to cook, but over time, when I learned to be creative and pool from my inner Julia, I began to love it.
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Cooking teaches kids a number of important math, reading, and science lessons. There is a ton of fine motor development involved in cooking as well. Teach your kids to cook early and they will develop better eating habits for the future as well as being able to care for themselves when they get out on their own.
They’ll have the confidence to get in there and make their own food. They may even be feeding you sometimes as well.Join Amazon Family 30-Day Free Trial
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Easy kid dinner recipes
Kids are perfectly capable of making dinner for the family. Give them the chance to develop their knowledge and skills and you’ll have a great blessing in your house!
Fun recipes for kids to make
We cook all the time at Little Sprouts. Check out some of our favorite meals to make with kids ages 1-5.
Recipes kids can make on their own
Here are more recipes kids can make that need little adult assistance. Think of the confidence a child would gain by making and serving dinner to their family all on their own.
Ham, Cream Cheese and Pickle Roll-ups
Let your kids get into the kitchen and create. You never know what a Julia Child potato salad cooking show will do for their self-esteem and what memories will be made that they will still cherish when they are 46.
Cooking for yourself gives you a skill that can last a lifetime and keeps you healthy.
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