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Top Kids Cookbooks for 2017

As we wrap up the new year I'm taking a look at some best seller cookbooks you'll find in the market this year. As well as highlighting some of our favorites and some new cookbooks just coming out. Cookbooks make great gifts whether as a family gift or for a child who loves to cook. 5 Top Cookbooks for 2017 Cooking Class by Deanna Cook. This cookbook is geared for ages 6-12 and includes recipes for lunch, dessert, dinners, vegetables, breakfast and snacks. A special chapter at the beginning teaching kids some important cooking skills like measuring, cleaning up and kitchen vocabulary. Kid Chef Foodie Kids Cookbook  Teaching kids some great skills with what to stock in your kitchen, using a knife correctly and much more. As well as including healthy recipes from all the important categories like main dishes, snacks and desserts. Master Chef Junior Cookbook follows after the popular television show that has aspiring young chefs cooking with other co

10 Safety Tips when Cooking with Kids

We can all agree that our kids can benefit from spending some quality time with us parents. This is why you have to engage in activities that you can do together. One of the best activities that you can do is cooking. It’s engaging, fun and interesting. As a bonus, it can help teach them how to be responsible. Speaking of being responsible, it’s your responsibility as an adult to ensure their safety. Cooking can be a dangerous activity especially for kids. You don’t have to worry though because it can be a very safe activity if you’re going to follow these safety tips. Kitchen Safety Help  including a printable kitchen safety chart. In our Teacher's Curriculum Set we dive more into kitchen safety, food contamination and spreading germs. Kitchen Safety Posters and More

Fun Recipes to Make With Your Kids

Cooking with your kids is one of those great things you can do to spend some quality time together. During this process, you will teach your kids basics of cooking, help them increase confidence, show your love while having some fun together. Your cooking lessons should not be rigid but instead filled with creativity and laughter. Do not expect perfect results and if something goes completely wrong explain that sometimes accidents happen. See our fun recipes to make with your kids here. Recipe Cards

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Chocolate Edible Bowl -Edible Craft Series

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