No matter how routine cooking becomes during your hectic week, there’s nothing as inspiring as seeing the process through a child’s eyes. Kids love to cook, so invite them to the kitchen with you and let them get down to it. They’ll have fun while they’re helping and may learn some skills they’ll put to use in a kitchen of their own some day.
At Taylor Morrison, we got to thinking about the lovely kitchens we design for our homes. Like the huge center island of this new home in Austin, TX. But it really doesn’t matter whether you’re living in Denver, Southern California, or Tampa. Your kids can have a blast in the kitchen.
To that end, we’ve cooked up a list of a few kid-friendly ideas for your consideration.
Take an old kid favorite to a new level of yummy. These ‘dillas are fast, easy and so rewarding to eat. Ingredients: whole wheat tortilla, peanut butter, banana and chocolate chips. Can’t go wrong with this one.
Have some fun with a more exotic fare by pairing some delicious miso soup with onigiri (rice balls). These recipes explain the process step by step. Your kids are sure to love the playful onigiri.
This savory dish, which includes eggs, mushrooms, sausage, two kinds of cheese and more, will guarantee that everyone will have a delectable breakfast. It’s an easy recipe your kids can help you prepare the night before.