Encouraging Kids to Cook and the Fun You Can Have Along the Way. Cooking with children is something I am very passionate about so thanks to Lisa for this informative post.
Check out this informative guest post by Danny Nguyen on tips to teach your child to cook from My Parenting Journal.
Herbs and spices are fantastic for adding to children’s food. They add flavour to dishes without the need for sugar or salt.
Gardening with children is great fun whatever their age. Now that the weather is starting to warm up why not involve the children and ‘grow your own’?
Children learn through their senses – gardening and cooking are both perfect for doing just that. Think of the textures, smells, sounds, colours and tastes.
The Children’s Food Trust Big Cookathon is an annual event where the aim is to get the nation cooking.
Wraps can be packed with healthy ingredients and are simple and quick to make.
Ideas for using eggs for healthy snacks at Easter.
Cooking is a fantastic activity for children, so why not find some fun recipes to make together for Valentine’s Day?
Mini Yorkshire Puddings – perfect for children!
Did you know that the week 24th – 30th January is National Breakfast Week where we are all encouraged to enjoy a healthy breakfast every day?
Did you know that the last Saturday in January every year is National Seed Swap Day?
Keep little fingers busy over the festive period. Cooking with children can be so much fun at Christmas time.
There are so many new skills children can develop and learn about science and nature from growing their own food.
Growing herbs with children is great fun and a lovely way to spend quality time with your children.
Chives are the smallest and most delicate member of the onion family.
Using herbs in cooking with children can be so much fun!
Cooking is such a great activity to do with your children.