There are several research studies showing the benefits of getting kids involved in the kitchen. Kids Cook Real Food is a great resource, dedicated to teaching kids (and adults) the basics, including safely using a knife, simple cooking techniques, and how to follow a recipe. Additionally, it is broken down into levels for your child to progress through as they get older and are able to be more independent.Kids Cook Real Food
We love finding recipes for foods that our kids know about, but boosting them with some extra protein for more energy.Blender 5 Ingredient Mini Muffins - Jump over to Baked In Arizona for the recipe!
We love finding ways to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into our kids' diets. Many times, the texture and/or flavor make learning about them difficult. Recipes like this one mask the texture and taste of the zucchini by combining it into a chicken nugget!Chicken nuggets with Zucchini - Jump over to Mom's Bistro for the recipe!
Shakes and smoothies are a great way to get extra nutrition in your kids, and the great thing is that the oral motor demand is very low! Just make sure to pair the drink with some other solid foods.Power Gold Smoothie - Jump over to Super Healthy Kids for the recipe!
Pancakes are a great texture that is easy to chew - and they can be a great vehicle for getting some extra fiber, protein, and maybe even fruit! Leave out the blueberries if your child prefers a more plain pancake.Oatmeal Blueberry Yogurt Pancakes - Jump over to Ambitious Kitchen for the recipe!
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