Leftovers can be boring, but if you make them into something new they’re not. Leftover spaghetti makes an amazing baked spaghetti pie.
Archive for Cooking with Kids
An apple theme is not complete without tasting apples. This old fashioned apple crisp is an easy recipe that kids can make in no time and it’s delish!
At Little Sprouts we’ve been exploring apples for the last few weeks. Each family brought a couple of apples a while back and we used them for sorting, counting, color recognition, and all kinds of math activities.
We also did a taste comparison with the different kind of apples and charted our results. As our apple discovery is winding down, we used the rest of our apples to make an old fashioned apple crisp pie.
Cooking with kids teaches them so many skills that will give them a better future. Jump in the kitchen with your kids and make some awesome memories with them. They will cherish them for the rest of their lives. There are so many benefits of cooking with kids.
The earlier kids learn skills to cook, the more developed those skills will be. Cooking skills for kids will give them confidence in their abilities which will help them want to learn more.
Ice cream is a super fun treat for kids and adults and it couldn’t be easier to whip up this ice cream in a bag recipe by hand. This is a great recipe to make with kids! Kids can do the mixing all on their own and have a tasty treat to enjoy in just a few minutes.
Teach kids cooking classes to your kids with this cat eye recipe they’ll love for a healthy snack. Cooking with kids is a fun kids activity.
Sometimes it’s hard to engage kids in activities and sometimes it’s even harder to encourage kids to eat healthy foods. I love how we can use healthy ingredients and make something irresistible to kids with a cool name. This cat eye recipe is sure to please even picky eaters. Plus they’re yum!
This homemade pretzel snacks recipe is a great one to use for kids cooking class. Lots of fine motor building and fun sensory experience with this one.
Cooking with kids is fun and rewarding! This Lotsa Pasta recipe was a huge hit here at Little Sprouts. Even the picky eaters like it.
If you’re looking for a super easy activity for the kids, you can let them make their own mini fruit pizzas. These pizzas are super simple because they use a graham cracker for the crust, easy peasy. Use this fruit pizza recipe and vary it however it works with what you have at home.
Kids LOVE cooking. My kids LOVE broccoli, so any recipe I can find with broccoli in it, we are willing to try. This broccoli salad recipe with sunflower seeds and raisins is simple, easy, and super healthy. Cooking with kids helps them be more willing to try new things too, so it can help with picky eaters.