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Baked Oat Cups

Last week in the kitchen, we made Baked Oat Cups.  In our classes, we practiced measuring ingredients, whisking, stirring and scooping.  While these slightly sweet baked goodies cooked, we played Fruit & Vegetable Bingo.  We learned why blueberries are called star berries, and we talked about why we should eat plants (because they make us feel […]

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Math in the Kitchen

Math in the Kitchen

Need some help in the kitchen? There’s no better helper than an avid fourth grader! Put her to work by having her help you double or even triple an existing recipe–perfect for when you have a large get-together. Getting your fourth grader involved in the cooking will not only lighten your load, but it will […]

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Breakfast Sundae

Breakfast Sundaes

We at Kids Kitchen often promote oatmeal as beneficial breakfast for kids and adults alike. Yet in all honesty, there have been times of trouble when it comes to getting kiddos interested in eating oats as part of a standard breakfast rotation (once or twice a week).  I’m happy to report, The Breakfast Sundae has transformed […]

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papusas

Pupusas (stuffed corn cakes)

Have you tried making pupusas at home?  This street food from El Salvador is delicious, versatile, inexpensive and easy to make with kids. I love that pupusas are one of those foods that can be made for breakfast, lunch, or a snack.  Essentially, they  are stuffed corn cakes that you can change up by what […]

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