If there is a better time to try new things than New Year’s, we sure can’t think of it! New Year’s is a time of new beginnings and fresh starts. Because of this, as the New Year rolls in people love to make resolutions! While many resolutions revolves around cutting something negative out, this year we at Healthy Little Cooks are challenging you to add in something positive by trying new foods in the new year. Read on to find out how to complete the new foods challenge!
The holidays are upon us! If you are looking for some fun gifts to give to parents, grandparents, teachers, neighbors, and more, we’ve got you covered with these special kitchen-inspired gifts that are as fun to make as they are to give. These holiday gifts you can make are guaranteed to be favorites because they come from the heart!
Ask any grownup cook you know how he or she learned to cook and most (if not all!) will tell you he or she first began to learn how to cook by spending time in the kitchen helping parents or grandparents prepare foods. By assisting adults with the preparation of different dishes in the kitchen, you are picking up on their tips and tricks without even realizing it.
You may have been dreaming about Christmas for weeks (or months!), but if all those daydreams about Christmas haven’t included figuring out the gifts you are going to give to friends and family, Healthy Little Cooks is here to help with a tasty gift you can whip up in your own kitchen! Teachers, neighbors, and family members are sure to love a DIY Christmas gift of flavorful and healthy roasted nuts you made yourself. P.S. You may need to make extra because you won’t be able to resist this fabulous treat!
It seems like summer just got started, but the days keep ticking by more quickly than we’d like! Even though the temperature may still tell us it is summertime, the back to school ads beginning to make their appearance let us know summer is winding down. There’s still plenty of time to accomplish everything you dreamed of doing this summer though!
During the school year you probably pack (or purchase) a lunch for the day, and then eat it when your teacher lets you know it’s time for lunch. The lazy days of summer mean that meals are less scheduled and snacks are more frequent though! Set yourself up for summer snacking success by asking your parents if you can create your own grab –n- go healthy snack stash in the kitchen. Once your snack stash is complete you’ll always have some terrific ready to go snacks available when hunger strikes!