Ask any grownup cook you know how he or she learned to cook. Most will tell you they began by spending time in the kitchen helping their parents or grandparents prepare different foods. By assisting adults with the preparation of various dishes in the kitchen, you’re picking up on their tips and tricks without even realizing it. You’re learning so much about cooking by just helping as a sous chef!
Everyone loves dining out. Eating at restaurants is a great way to spend time with loved ones and enjoy yummy food! While it’s fun to eat out, restaurant fare can sometimes be expensive, might not be allergy friendly, and may not always offer healthy options. And, what if you get a craving for a restaurant favorite when you’re not able to go!? Not to worry. This blog post is all about recreating restaurant favorites at home.
With their refined carbs, gluten, and excess sugar, most traditional pancakes are better suited as part of a dessert buffet than as part of a healthy breakfast! If you love pancakes, but want to fuel your body with something better to get your day started, we are here to help! These delicious pancakes are good for you, only require a few ingredients, and are easy peasy to make! You may like them so much that you want to eat them all day! Grab an adult helper and get started now!
You probably hear how important it is to eat green leafy veggies from your parents and others who care about your well being all too frequently. But unfortunately knowing something is good for you and wanting to eat it are sometimes two very different things! If you need an easy and delicious ways to get more of those all important greens, a green smoothie is the way to go! In addition to the nutrition and flavor benefits of green smoothies, they are super fun to make because you don’t even need a recipe! By following these few simple guidelines, you can play the role of chef as you create your own custom smoothie blend!
The farm to table movement is sweeping restaurants around the country! More and more people are recognizing the benefits of getting produce from the ground to the dining table as quickly as possible. The benefits are impressive: nutrients aren’t lost in transit across the world and local farmers typically don’t use the harsh chemicals that big corporate farms do.