Low Sugar Dandelion Jelly is a unique and delicious spread that can be made from the bright yellow flowers of the common dandelion plant.
Mexican street corn, or elote, in a cup is an easy mess-free way to enjoy the flavors when you are craving Mexican street corn. Everything is layered nicely in a cup that is easy to carry around.
Teaching kids to cook gives them skills they can use for a lifetime. Find out how to teach kids cooking classes in your community.
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.
Try these 20 recipes kids can make for a fun (and yummy) activity for your kids today! Cooking with kids teaches them so much!
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.
CAT EYE RECIPE: 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!
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. These fun fruit kabobs can help kids get their hands on food without killing you with prep or clean up. Cook with your kids!
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.
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.