This recipe is made for anyone with a sweet tooth. It also uses real ingredients as a natural alternative to store-bought, processed whipped cream. Whisking this whipped cream only takes three ingredients. A sweet treat is only minutes away with this recipe.
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.
This week's kitchen vocabulary word is marinated. A marinade is a sauce made from oil, vinegar, spices, and herbs that food is soaked in. This week we will be marinating chicken to create a delicious stir fry! This is a great recipe for beginner and intermediate kid chefs!
What kids don’t love nuggets? This week, Nomster Chef brings you a great alternative to chicken nuggets: chickpea nuggets! These chickpea nuggets are a fun, hands-on recipe for kids of all ages. It’s an easy recipe with few ingredients and they taste delicious with your favorite dipping sauces! This weeks kitchen vocabulary word is pulse. In this recipe, we pulse the chickpeas to make a chunky texture.
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!
Welcome fall with these tasty vegetable fries! These healthy veggies fries will satisfy your snack craving! This week our kitchen vocabulary word is peel. When we peel, we remove the skin from the vegetables. In this recipe, we peel root vegetables such as carrots, parsnips and a sweet potato to make a delicious and tasteful snack!
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.
What’s better than mashed potatoes? Mashed potatoes with broccoli and cheddar cheese! Our kitchen vocabulary word of the week is mash. When we mash, we make our food smaller and softer. These broccoli and cheddar mashed potatoes make a perfect side dish to any meal, or a fun snack!
Tired of plain tater tots? Try something new and healthy with these zucchini tots! This week's Kitchen Vocabulary Word of the Week is 'Grating.' Making these tots will help your kid chef learn how to use a grater. Grating is the process of changing solid foods into small thin pieces by rubbing them into a grating tool like a box grater.
Our Kitchen Vocabulary Word this week is Dice. To dice means to cut something into smaller pieces or cubes. Dicing is used in salsa to cut the ingredients into finer pieces that are easier to dip into. This mango salsa recipe is a refreshing option for summer and chock-full of knife skills exercises for you and your kid chef to learn together.