Cooking with Kids – How to Series Part 1

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Cooking with Kids- How to Series Part 1 What and Where: Cooking with kids Supper time has arrived, the children are needy and you are worn out...instead of putting the children in front of a screen (be it TV, Wii or a handheld device) take them in the kitchen with you.  Then what?! You need to teach them what to do to help you.  First thing they need to know is where things are and where they belong.  We recommend you keep the more dangerous items (ingredients as well as utensils) higher in ...

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Cooking with Kids Pudding Cookies

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Cooking with Kids Pudding Cookies Many flavors of pudding lends to a very versatile Cooking with Kids Pudding cookies recipe Ever buy a bunch of something for pennies then wonder what am I going to do with this? Well, I actually did the opposite! When I saw the pudding on sale 3 for $.25 at Dollar General- I bought them knowing we had this super easy quick recipe.  This unique recipe only has 3 ingredients.  This Cooking with kids pudding cookie recipe is easy enough for your child to make.  ...

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Baked Maple Bourbon Salmon Recipe

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Baked Maple Bourbon Salmon Recipe Are you looking for ways to eat more fish and need family friendly ideas?  Well look no further because this one is a crowd pleaser for both young and old.  The sweet, savory sauce in this Baked Maple Bourbon Salmon Recipe is something that will appeal to kids and adults who normally wouldn't eat fish.  It only takes 30 minutes  and is a great way to get your Omega 3’s!  Bonus: it is only 6 Weight Watchers Points per serving. Try it and let us know what you ...

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Musselman’s Apple Butter Bites #DivasCook

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Musselman's Apple Butter Recipe As a mom of two boys who are always on the move; it is a challenge to keep them fed. My thirteen year old plays travel baseball. This means tournaments most weekends with 2 to 3 games per day. Some days we are fortunate to get a 20 minute break between games, which is a very short window to rest and re energize. How do I feed my son the food that he needs to get the energy to play that next important game? Musselman's apple butter bites give him that energy ...

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Easy Recipes for Kids: Pumpkin Bread

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Easy Recipes for Kids: Pumpkin Bread   Fall is my favorite time of year, and a great time to make Pumpkin Bread! I love finding new pumpkin recipes to make with my little girl, and this pumpkin bread recipe is easy to make and oh-so-yummy. It would make a great breakfast,dessert, snack, or gift! The bread is nice and fluffy and has all the great flavors of fall! This is also a great recipe to use as a learning experience for your kids! You can have them measuring, mixing, and timing ...

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Baked Chicken Recipe

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This is my no fail recipe to baked chicken. I honestly hate dishes. I do I hate to cook because I hate to do the dishes. I like easy "dump recipes" because I am always short on time. This is what I did I grabbed some items in my cabinet. I call them staples. I bought a large bottle of wine in case this recipe didn't work out that well... HA HA HA HA. The larger wine was the same price as the smaller bottle so why not have more? Baked Chicken Recipe ...

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Low Calorie Crock Pot Tomato Soup

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Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Low Calorie Crock Pot Tomato Soup   Fall is right around the corner, and it is a perfect time to try out this low calorie crock pot tomato soup recipe! This soup was a family favorite over the weekend, and took minimal effort on my part to make! I also love that with this recipe you get about 10 servings, so my family of 4 can eat this twice. I froze the rest of the soup so I could eat it again another time! As most of you know, I'm living a ...

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Menu Plan: Week of September 9th

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Menu Plan: Week of September 9th Meal Planning is a great idea for anyone, and it works great for me and my family! I love that menu planning makes my week less hectic, and also keeps me from buying things I don't need from the grocery store. Every Sunday, me and my family sit down and decide what we want for dinner for the week. Jaiden, my 5 year old, loves this process because she feels like she really has a say in what goes on during dinner time in or house. It's a great way to make sure ...

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Egg Recipes for Kids: Egg Muffins

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Egg Muffins Recipe If you are looking for an "eggcellent" gluten free, portable, quick and easy breakfast you have found it! This egg muffins recipe can easily be adapted for a several people in just a few minutes using one muffin tin. When I made this, I was delighted that I was able to give everyone a hot protein filled healthy breakfast that they enjoyed! The greens are a natural source of energy, the protein will help keep blood sugar level and the vegetables are excellent sources of ...

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