It's time to show your child's teacher how much they mean to you! As a former pre-kindergarten teacher, I know from experience that healthy snacks are always appreciated. You can make your own nut and seed brittle using the recipe below and wrap up the goodies in a plastic container or mason jar. It's a DIY teacher appreciation gift kids can make, and teachers are sure to appreciate the extra love that went into the present.
Happy Earth Day! On Earth Day we should always think about what we can do to help our planet. When we cook, a lot of food gets thrown out and that hurts the environment! That won’t happen with our special Earth Day recipe: Earth Day Rainbow Carrot Peel Chips! Earth Day Rainbow Carrot Peel Chips are a easy Earth Day dish that uses every part of the carrot, so there's no leftover waste. It can even be a healthy new part of lunch or snack time!
Nom on this delicious cubed apple cinnamon oats! This recipe is perfect for a chilly fall day! This week our kitchen vocabulary word is cube. To cube food means to cut into square pieces, where all sides are equal! Oatmeal is a great source of fiber and these delicious cinnamon apples make oats even tastier!
This week we will be making an edamame dip! Edamame is a soybean that is found in many East Asian dishes. Edamame is also packed with fiber! This simple snack is made with garlic cloves, which brings us to our vocabulary word of the week: mince. To mince means to cut into very small pieces. We usually mince garlic cloves to make them smaller so we can cook with them!
Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, oh my! This week we are making vegan pancakes! Instead of milk and eggs these vegan pancakes are made with flour, baking powder and apple cider vinegar! This weeks kitchen vocabulary word is batter. This vegan pancakes recipe uses both dry and wet batter! Batter is a semiliquid that combines ingredients.