Cooking with Kids

A recipe doesn’t have to be all about sparkly glitter and food coloring (not that there’s anything wrong with those two awesome ingredients) for a kid to be involved with.  The key things for me have been to cook with lots of patience, and not to stress if the recipe takes me more time than I’d originally planned.  The best part is the process of cooking with your kids, not the perfectly plated food afterwards.

Little Man and I adding frozen blackberries to a batch of pancakes in our "Saturday best."

Little Man and I adding frozen blackberries to a batch of pancakes in our “Saturday best.”

Here are some of my favorite recipes to cook with Little Man:

Auntie Erin’s Cocoa (Poking at a Wood Fire)

Banana Chocolate Muffins Card (The Sheep Are Out)

Blackberry Oatmeal Muffins (A Season of Blackberries)

Blueberry Cinnamon Scones (Taking Things a Bit Too Far)

Cheddar Chive Scones (The Importance of Snacks)

Chicken Taco Casserole (Playing in the Mud)

Cinnamon Sugar

Deb’s Jello Salad (A Spring Feast: Dessert)

Marie’s Hummus (A Request for Hummus)

Masala Chai (Warming Up)

Mini Chocolate Cupcakes – Dairy Free (Mini Chocolate Cupcakes)

Mom’s Latkas (Mommy, where Are We?)

Perfect Spelt Pancakes (Pancake Breakfast)

Perfect Whole Wheat Pancakes (Pancake Breakfast)

Sausage and Potato Frittata (Ladies and Gentle-Chickens!)

“Sort of” Migas (“Sort of” Migas – A Fast Meal for Busy Days)

Wassle– Hot Mulled Cider (A Corn Maze and the Making of Fall Traditions)

Zucchini Oat Muffins (Lumberjack and Lumberjane)

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