Cooking with kids is great fun and there are so many things kids can learn. Math, science, motor skills, cooperation, taking turns, and many other things about cooking are beneficial to kids. In addition, kids are 80% more likely to try new foods if they helped prepare them. This healthy egg and vegetable breakfast casserole recipe is a winner.
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Cooking with kids is super important for their learning AND your relationship with them. This cowboy cookie recipe is full of healthy ingredients and they are super fun to make! Click here to see why you should be cooking with your kids.
Cooking with kids is fun and it doesn’t have to be difficult. Letting kids prepare their own food builds self-esteem, self-help skills, fine motor skills, social skills, and gives them a sense of accomplishment. This ham and cheese pinwheel recipes is just the thing to give kids a chance to make their own food.
What better snack to make with kids than healthy yogurt parfait recipe? Parfaits are fun to eat. Getting kids involved in preparing food teaches them a plethora of skills such as math, pre-reading, measuring, fine motor, and many others. Letting kids help prepare their own meals and snacks makes them more likely to want to try new foods as well.
Banana bread is a tasty, healthy treat for kids and adults. We have it for snack or breakfast sometimes at Little Sprouts and the kids love it. Kids love to eat what they cook so cooking with kids is a wonderful activity and this banana bread recipe is perfect!
Cooking with kids does not have to be super difficult or elaborate. Anything that gives them hands-on exposure to the process of preparing food has untold benefits. This fun fruit kabob recipe can help kids get their hands on food without killing you with prep or clean up. Cook with your kids!
Cooking with kids is a great activity. Vegetable beef soup is a big hit with the kids! Just use whatever vegetables you have a pound of ground beef to help the kids make a super tasty and healthy meal in the kitchen.
Cooking with kids is important. Cooking is a life skill children need and even though it’s tempting to shoo them out of the kitchen so you can get things done, every once in a while it’s a great idea to get them involved. There are many reasons to cook with your kids. » Read more
Something I LOVE to do with my kids is cook. Cooking with kids teaches them fine motor skills, math, pre-reading, and critical thinking skills. Plus, cooking is SCIENCE! It’s easy to create a kid’s cookbook with your daycare kids.
Roasting your own pumpkin to make pumpkin puree, like most things, makes something so much tastier than canned! Click here to see how to make your own pumpkin puree! But don’t waste those tasty seeds inside the pumpkin. They can be used to make roast pumpkin seeds and you’ll be amazed at how good they are.