I did some research with my grandchildren and came up with this list of cook out foods that kids love to eat. (This is a reposting since Labor Day is next week and it had some great ideas on what kids want at a cook out)
These camo cupcakes were a big hit at my grandson’s 4 year old birthday party.
Last week my 2 little grandsons from NC came to stay with me for 4 days. One of them has an August 1st birthday. He had his birthday party with friends and NC family before they came to visit. We wanted to have a little party with his WV family while he was here. He requested a camo birthday party because he loves camo! It was also birthday week for his Uncle David. I was having a kids cooking class with them the day before the party, so I decided we would make foods to take to the party. His 6 year old brother wanted to make camo cupcakes and they turned out so cute. Continue reading CAMO CUPCAKES CREATED IN KIDS COOKING CLASS
This Strawberry Mascarpone Hazelnut Chocolate Tart is so easy to make. Just see how my 11 year old granddaughter did it.
Here is an informative tutorial on Frosting and Decorating Cupcakes by my 3 year old granddaughter during one of our recent Kids Cooking Classes.
These dessert kabobs made by my three year old granddaughter in our kids cooking class will have your mouth watering!
This week I was lucky enough to have this beautiful, three year old chef in the kitchen!
These beautiful, homemade cinnamon rolls are so delicious, and were made by some of my granddaughters at this week’s Kids Cooking Class.
The past few classes we have been working on breakfast recipes. We have done simple things like cooking bacon and eggs to making souffles, wraps, quiche, omelets, a crostada, and French toast. I wanted to teach them the art of making homemade cinnamon rolls, even if only this one time in their life. I know that most people don’t take time to do this anymore but I want them to remember doing this with me. Continue reading HOMEMADE CINNAMON ROLLS & KIDS COOKING CLASS
Welcome to week 4 of my feature on kids cooking classes.
School is now officially out here, so the grandchildren and I are going to try to get together more regularly for kids cooking classes. I told them they could include their friends, so our classes may grow this summer. Continue reading KIDS COOKING CLASSES, WEEK 4
Welcome to Week 3 cooking class for kids. This class was a shorter one, but packed with valuable information.
The first goal for Week 3 cooking class was to learn what we call wet or dry ingredients and how to measure them. The second goal was to learn some differences between baking and cooking. Continue reading WEEK 3 COOKING CLASS FOR KIDS WITH GRANDMA HONEY