215 Mins20 Mins35 MinsEasyOven Nutrition Per Servingcalories 71fat 1gcarbs 16gprotein 2gsugars 7gcholesterol 0mgsodium 213mgfiber 5gIngredientsInstructionsTurn carrots into fun fries by baking them in the oven and serving them fry-style. A perfect healthy dish to...
Who doesn’t love having some fun with the kids in the kitchen?
The kitchen is an intriguing place for young kids but they get to learn so much from the kitchen togetherness. They get hands-on experience, learn some cooking basics and use their math skills as they help combine ingredients for recipes. They also get to learn about nutrition and how and why you chose the ingredients. It can lay the groundwork for healthy eating later on.
Plan ahead a when you intend to cook or let the kids cook. Consider starting with simple dishes so that your child won’t have to wait it out while you tackle a complicated step. A tossed salad or easy muffin recipe can be good starting point. You also might set up a pizza-making assembly line where kids can choose their own mini-crusts, sauces, cheeses, and toppings. Older kids can take cooking to the next level and work with you on more challenging recipes. Doing some prep work in advance, such as rinsing the berries for muffins, will make the process move more swiftly. Also remember that children need supervision when they’re in the kitchen.
Now go get those little eaters into the kitchen and turn them into little chefs and assistant chefs with our fun and healthy recipes.
2-410 Min25 Min35 MinEasyRolling Pin & Cookie Cutter Nutrition Per Serving (1 medium cookie)calories 47gtotal Fat 1.54gtotal carbs 8.12gdietary fiber 0.4gsugars 4.88gprotein 0.65gIngredientsInstructionsMix equal parts of cinnamon and applesauce together. For a...