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we teach in the kitchen

all of the ways we play with food

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Share Your Child Friendly Recipes with me! 1 Reply

During the months of July and August I would like to feature child friendly recipes from other blogs in my Muffin Tin Monday posts. I am calling the series Serving Lunch with JDaniel4’s Mom.  Please…Continue

Started by Deirdre Smith@ JDaniel4's Mom. Last reply by Linda Bremer May 22, 2012.

Apple and Fall Favorite Recipes 4 Replies

Do you have a favorite apple or fall themed recipe you enjoy cooking/baking with your kids?

Tags: baking, cooking, apples, seasons, fall

Started by Rachele Reyna. Last reply by Trina O'Boyle Oct 24, 2011.

gluten-free -- NEED HELP! 5 Replies

Hey friends--My tiniest, Cora, is now gluten-free. She doesn't have celiac disease, but doctors do believe she has a gluten intolerance or sensitivity. So, I'm trying--it's hard to find foods that…Continue

Tags: free, gluten

Started by teachmama--amy. Last reply by teachmama--amy Jul 7, 2011.

What is your favorite St. Patrick's Day cooking idea?

With so many options on the web, how do you get your children involved in cooking for a holiday like St. Patrick's Day?  Do you make something naturally green and healthy or go with the dyes and…Continue

Tags: Day, kids, Patrick's, St., cooking

Started by Rachele Reyna Mar 10, 2011.

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Comment by Kim Vij on June 3, 2013 at 11:55am

School's Out! Top 10 Series.  I'm sharing my Top 10 Ways to Cook with Books during Summer with your Kids.  Would love for you to join along and share any ideas you have for cooking with your kids that are book inspired.  http://bit.ly/cookwithbooks.  Includes tons of fun book selections and proven recipes with my cooking class. 

Comment by Mrs. Coe on June 19, 2011 at 7:33pm

Om~gosh! I had to join this group because learning in the kitchen is way too much fun to pass up!

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Comment by Rachele Reyna on March 25, 2011 at 11:41am
@Candace, I forgot to tell you that the India Tree website has a retail locator page so hopefully you can find a retailer close to you if it's what you decide to use for blue popsicles.
Comment by Rachele Reyna on March 25, 2011 at 11:33am
@Candace  Here is the article I was sent about dyes.  The author said that she uses India Tree Natural Decorating Colors.  Another natural food blogger told me she buys some natural food dyes at Whole Foods and said they are brilliantly colored, especially the blue.  But she couldn't remember the name.
Comment by Sarah McCoy on March 24, 2011 at 7:59pm

We had a guest poster making Hummus with her 19 month old!  

 

Helpful, healthy....love it!

Comment by Rachele Reyna on March 24, 2011 at 2:48pm
Blueberries would be more purple.  I can't think of anything that would be naturally blue for dye.  I'll ask around.
Comment by Candace @NaturallyEducational on March 24, 2011 at 2:42pm
@Erin - that would make violet, no?  I think most traditional blue dyes & pigments aren't from foods...like indigo, lapis lazuli, etc.
Comment by Erin on March 24, 2011 at 2:26pm
What about blueberries?
Comment by Candace @NaturallyEducational on March 24, 2011 at 11:50am
We made kiwi smoothie pops for St. Patrick's Day.  I'd like to make a rainbow pop with my kids...question: what would naturally turn food blue?  Can't think of anything!  We may just end our rainbows at purple!
Comment by Rachele Reyna on March 23, 2011 at 1:59pm
I wanted to add this link because I feel it's a good cause.  One of my FB friends, Tiffany, has a son with ADHD.  He was in my preschool class when I taught a few years back.  He had to start taking ADHD medicine recently, and although Tiff is an advocate for healthy eating, her meals were low cal, so Jett struggled with significant weight loss.  She had to learn to cook healthy but in a way to increase weight gain for her son.  She started a blog with recipes to share.  If you have a child ADHD or know of a mom with a similar struggle, please pass this blog along.Eating 4 ADHD Healthy Weight Gain
 

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