Resources for Cooking with your Kids!

From: Beth Stohlman

guest on the June 15, 2010 24/7 MOMS Live Webcast


FamilyFun: Cooking with Kids by Deanna F. Cook

Mom and Me Cookbook by Annabel Karmel

Kitchen for Kids: 100 Amazing Recipes Your Children Can Really Make by Jennifer Low

Cooking With Kids by Linda Collister


Activities & Ideas:

KITCHEN “SANDBOX” Ages: 12 months and up

Oatmeal’s not just for breakfast anymore! In fact, a large tub of oats makes a delightful diversion any time of day — and a worry-free one, since it’s fine if an oat or two make their way into your child’s mouth. Simply dump a large container of uncooked oats into a lidded plastic bin and add measuring cups, funnels, and scoops — or some favorite sand toys. When play is done, have your child help sweep up any stray oats, pop the lid back on, and scoot the bin out of the way. For even easier cleanup, set the bin on a beach towel before play begins.

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