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Cooking with Children 
Cooking Experiences Where Parents & Children Learn Together

More than 70 
Demonstrations

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Banana Orange Salad
Parmesan Chicken Nuggets Pineapple Punch
Frozen Vanilla Yogurt
Avacodo Supreme Sandwich Taco Chip Ole
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Cottage Delite Spread
Cream of Potato Soup
Pineapple or Orange Jello

Toasted Cheese Sandwiches

Applesauce Muffins

Whipped Cream
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Company Jam Scones

Scones

Date Almond Granola Bars

Easy Vegetable Soup

Nutty Fruit Mix

Washing Dishes
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Savory Eggs
Tuna Bunsteads
Bread in the Round
Chocolate No Bake Cookies Cinnamon Bread
Hard Cooked Eggs
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Orange Frosty Cutting an Apple Egg Whites Fruit Pizza Joe Joes Seasoned Ground Turkey
Knives Lite Chocolate Pudding Little Jiffy Pizzas Pizza Sauce Meat Loaf Select Garnish
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Nutty Fruit Mix
Peeling & Cutting 
Fruits & Vegetables
Garnishes
Measuring Cups & Spoons
Quesadilla Quicky
Split Pea Soup


Cooking with Children

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CURRICULUM FOR FAMILIES WITH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS . . . Learn more



Now recipes come alive to children before kitchen activities begin. They can view step-by-step recipe photo demonstrations on the computer. This speeds the learning process because parents do not have to master the recipe  and then model it for the child.  Parents and children can learn together!  For ages 3 to 13


    This curriculum helps parents tap into  inbuilt interests and channel opportunities  for children to learn to serve as well as to be served. Take a little extra time once or twice a week to teach a new recipe. Then let the young cooks repeat the recipes on  their own. Practice builds competence. Competence builds confidence. The goal?  By age 13 they will be doing the cooking for you!

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