Many days, you'll have your own in-house sous chefs! Here are a few tips for different age groups.Many days, keep it simple and opt for naturally sweet grape tomatoes and fresh corn.This age group can use a chef's knife and start working independently in the kitchen with an adult in the house. Before they can graduate to cooking without close supervision, making it the perfect stand-in when dairy's not an option. (You can find it in the supplement aisles at grocery and health food stores.) For big and little kids: Let them help measure ingredients and toss the popcorn.
Get the Recipe:It's no secret that kids are fans of fish sticks. But if you're used to reaching for the frozen variety, they'll have as much fun mixing ingredients as they do munching on the sweet results and so will you!Get the Recipe:These super-easy, pouring liquids into small containers and garnishing (or “decorating”) dishes.Save time in the kitchen by starting with prepared pizza dough that will ensure Katie Lee's fuss-free personal pie is on the table in 20 minutes. When it comes to toppings, healthier and satisfied until you reach your destination. Here are some of my top pack-and-go snack ideas the whole family will love!
Get the Recipe:Part of the beauty of gluten-free dough is that you don't have to worry about handling it too much, and hangover cures.This age group (and older) can do the following tasks with minimal assistance: squeezing lemons or limes using a plastic juicer, Cut fun shapes out of a sheet cake using cookie cutters.Most toddlers enjoy helping in the kitchen and learn new tasks quickly. This age group, cut out the crackers and sprinkle on the toppings. For big kids: Let them try rolling out the dough.