My kids love to be in the kitchen helping me cook and bake. I remember when my oldest made her first sandwich without help. She was so proud and ate all of it with a big smile on her face. She’s a few years older now and still loves to be in the kitchen with me making food.
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Whenever I’m baking or cooking, at least one of my kids asks if they can help. While I’m grateful for their willingness, sometimes it’s a little less than helpful to have them in the kitchen with me. *wink* However, I do want them to build confidence in their abilities to cook and bake, which is why kid friendly recipes are so great!
I had the chance to review a fun new cookbook just for kids called Kid Chef Junior. It has a total of 40 recipes for breakfast, meals, snacks and desserts that range in skill level from easy to hard. My son and I chose the Cookie Bites recipe to make together. I basically got all the ingredients out and helped with a little bit of measuring and my 4-year-old did the rest!
I really like the step by step pictures, simple instructions and fun little “extras” in the margins, like jokes, tips and definitions.
There is also a good variety of recipes, including gluten-free, nut-free and vegetarian.
I’m sure this recipe book is going to be pulled out over and over by my kids over the next few years especially, as their confidence grows. There is something so satisfying about making food yourself and then eating it and the same goes for kids!
I have the opportunity to give away a copy of Kid Chef Junior to one of my readers!
Here’s how to enter:
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The giveaway will go from 9/27/18 to 10/5/18. The winner will be announced on Facebook and Instagram and will have 24 hours to claim their prize. *Winners must be residents of the U.S.*