Cooking with Kids

Kitchen Vocabulary: 'Measuring' Triple Berry Muffins

Kitchen Vocabulary: 'Measuring' Triple Berry Muffins

Packed full of fiber, these triple berry muffins are a delicious and nutritious treat for any time of the year. This recipe is full of measuring, a skill that every kid chef can easily learn at a young age. Measuring while cooking is a great way to introduce kids to fractions. There are a lot of ingredients in this recipe that you might be able to find at home in your kitchen, but it also includes a few fiber-packed ingredients like bran and whole wheat flour.

Y is for Yogurt!: Yogurt Ranch Dip

Y is for Yogurt!: Yogurt Ranch Dip

Y is for Yogurt! Yogurt is a healthy food that can be used in a lot of different dishes such as Yogurt Ranch Dip.Yogurt Ranch Dip is an easy to make dish that can be served for an after school snack or at a party! The best part about this recipe is that all the ingredients are simple so even picky eaters will love Yogurt Ranch Dip!

U is for Ugli Fruit: Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait

U is for Ugli Fruit: Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait

A honeyed Ugli Fruit Yogurt Parfait is a snack time treat that is healthy and easy for anyone to make! Parfaits are a layered sweet treat that can be eaten at home or on the go. Ugli fruits are in season from November-May in the United States. We couldn’t find any Ugli fruit at our grocery store, but grapefruit or tangelo works just as well (we used grapefruit).

Nomster Chef Gift Guide: For Kids Who Like to Cook

Nomster Chef Gift Guide: For Kids Who Like to Cook

Do you have a kitchen helper that makes you nervous when she uses a grown-up chef knife? Or a little chef who can't quite reach the counter when he wants to cook? Or kiddos that think kitchen gadgets are the most fun gift of all? Well today I present to you... (drumroll please)...The Nomster Chef Gift Guide: For Kids Who Like to Cook

Food Hack: Make Your Own Salad Dressing, 4 Ways!

Food Hack: Make Your Own Salad Dressing, 4 Ways!

Make your own salad dressings are really fun to make for kid chefs. What could be more delightful than putting something in a jar and shaking as hard as you can? It can also be a fun science lesson: what is an emulsion? Why don't oil and vinegar like each other? And since you can make them so quickly, even the littlest chefs have the patience for these recipes.