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My kids LOVE FOOD! Eating is one of their all-time favorite activities. Because they like to eat so much (and so often) they have been spending a lot of time in the kitchen learning how to cook. Since we are big Disney fans my son thinks it would be fun to have a little friend like Remy stop by and teach him how to prepare interesting meals. If Remy decides to...

Getting children to help in the kitchen can be fun when they are ready of it. When you combine the Berenstain Bears, cooking, and children then you can have not only a great meal, but also a fun time making it. The recipes that you can find in the Berenstain Bears Country Cookbook: Cub-Friendly Cooking with an Adult by Mike Berenstain are sure to be new family favorites.  Before...

Today marks the beginning of the celebrations for Chinese New Year: the Year of the Sheep. It’s a tradition in our house to make wontons, as dumplings are traditionally associated with the holiday and the kids love them too. Wontons are easy to make, tasty, kid-friendly, and you can get everything you need at your local grocery store for a relatively low price....

Storybook activities are fun and active ways to extend books we are reading with our kids. On my blog, Growing Book by Book, I’m always looking for literacy ideas to further our learning that stem from children’s books. Today, I’m excited to share a new book find of ours that is perfect for a winter study. It’s called Sneezy the Snowman. Maureen...

We hope you had a great holiday season! I’m sure many of you were enjoying more time than normal in the kitchen as you cooked up all sorts of tasty treats to enjoy with family and friends. Our Poppins Book Nook theme right before we took a break for the holidays was In The Kitchen and many of our contributors shared all sorts of baking (including some holiday)...

I’m so excited to have you join us with this month’s Kids in the Kitchen! This month the twins and I are sharing with you not just one, but four of our family’s favorite Christmas cookie recipes. As far back as I can remember in my childhood, we’ve had a family tradition of making yummy Christmas cookies and breads (one of my absolute FAVORITES...

On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, Three French Hens, Two Turtle Doves, and a partridge in a pear tree! As part of the 12 Days of Christmas kid-friendly activities series, I would like to introduce you to a new family favorite breakfast recipe that is easy enough for children to make or help you make: Three French Hens Toast!  With the theme...

Welcome to another edition of Kids in the Kitchen! I hope you enjoyed last month’s selection of favorite and recommended resources to assist in equipping your kids in the kitchen. This month I’m sharing with you one of my favorite family recipes that we look forward every holiday season, Pumpkin Bread. In addition to a fabulous, yummy recipe that’s...

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities around the topic of what we all can find beyond our planet. This month’s new theme is To The Kitchen and is sure to bring some tasty fun to everyone. There are a lot of recipes for fun in the kitchen, so,...

Does your family like snowmen? How about the book The Snowman by Raymond Briggs? If so, then the movie adaption is sure to be a big hit for your family too. NCircle Entertainment has released a fun and fantastic version of this book called The Snowman on DVD. Before I get much further into this review and recipe I would like to say that I was given a free copy of...

Welcome back to another month’s edition of Kids in the Kitchen! This month I’m sharing with you some favorite and recommended resources for equipping your kitchen for kids as you bring them into the kitchen. Cookbooks All yummy meals begin with a necessary foundation – the recipe! I’ve been fortunate over the years to collect many...

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