Cooking with Kids

🍴 Kids In The Kitchen ⁉️

Have you ever considered what it would be like cooking with kids? Let’s suppose that …

…you like to be in the kitchen and unleash your passion for cooking, but one day the child enters the kitchen and asks you how to make its favorite food. How do you react?

Maybe at first glance, it would seem distracting to cook with kids, you think that you will spend more time together and, in addition, you will learn your child useful things for adult life.

But if something happens while the child is in the kitchen? There are all kinds of sharp objects, open flames or hot surfaces, the cabinets are placed high and can’t get there without climbing on something, so there are a lot of possibilities for injury! Do you think that you can prevent them all and keep the kid safe?

Well, considering all the pros and cons, I think it’s good to start cooking with kids and teach them the basic skills if they want to. Think that many do not even want to enter the kitchen except at mealtime, so be happy if your child is an exception to this rule and gets away from the phone or TV!

And even if it’s not its initiative, try to lure the child into the kitchen and persuade him/her to do something, even if it’s something trivial, like cutting a carrot. It’s a good start from which you can pass on your cooking passion and make him/her want to come back and then move on to preparing more complicated recipes! What’s your take on this?


Enjoy cooking with kids! 👌
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➡️ Cooking With Kids – Do They Know What It Means? ⁉️

Maybe the idea of asking what it means to cook seems silly to you. But think that children need to learn everything to understand what they are doing, so maybe it’s time to tell them more about it. And if you are not sure what it means to cook, read the information below.

⬇️ Below is an article that I found interesting about cooking with kids. 👌

New cookbook dedicated to ‘kids who love playing with food’ It’s never been easier to get kids in the kitchen with all the tools at their fingertips to create everything from simple snacks to tasty treats.

Maile Carpenter, Food Network Magazine’s editor-in-chief, joined “GMA” to share a few fun and easy kid-friendly recipes. The food magazine has come out with a brand new publication, “The Recipe-A-Day Kids Cookbook: 365 Fun, Easy Treats,” that’s geared to a younger crowd and full of a year’s worth of fun and easy recipes that have all been tested in the Food Network kitchens. A new kid-friendly cookbook from Food Network Magazine.

Plus, the colorful cookbook is complete with illustrations and recipes fit for any occasion whether it’s it’s the first day of school or cozy weekend with family.

📖 Read more on Food Network kitchen approved recipes to get kids cooking any day of the year!

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