Kids are out of school for the summer, and they’ll be hungry. Great time to help them help themselves in the kitchen with a fast, fresh and flavorful breakfast or snack recipe they can make safely on their own.
The key to kid-safety is that this recipe doesn’t require the use of knife. The grapes can be eaten whole, and the banana can be broken into smaller pieces by hand as shown below.
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It’s great for parents and kids themselves when kids learn to become independent in the kitchen. This quick & easy kid-friendly to make tuna salad requires only 3 ingredients, 3 pieces of equipment, and no cutting with a knife or even the use of a can opener if you buy cans of tuna with pull-tab tops. For a complete step-by-step picture book recipe, just click either picture on this page. Read more »
Summer’s screamin’ to an end. Kids will be back to school this week. Here’s an easy way to help encourage independence in the kitchen. My then 10-year-old daughter showed me how to make this quick and easy tortilla pizza that kids can make on their own safely for either a snack, lunch or dinner. For complete step-by-step picture book directions just click any picture on this page. Read more »