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    Recipes for Young Chefs

    These are an introduction to cooking for very young kids or beginner cooks. They were originally developed when I taught a community ed class on cooking for 3-5 year olds. I have done my best to make them kid-friendly both in preparation and taste. The portion sizes are kid portions. Of course, you are welcome to make them for anyone!

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    Nothing original here, but a good way to get them to eat their veggies lol.

    Recipe #207497

    Recipe #207526

    Of all the kids' recipes I created, this one was hands down the fave. I watched a group of 8 3-5 year olds devour an entire loaf of French bread with this! And my cousin reported that her daughters thought they were sooo sophisticated when they made this lol. Have fun!

    Recipe #206720

    Simple meatballs with a slightly sweet sauce.

    Recipe #206722

    Simple egg salad recipe for kids. You can use this to teach them the difference between chopping and mincing.

    Recipe #206508

    Ham and cheese outside of the sandwich! This is a more ambitious kid recipe. There are a lot of steps because it's broken down for kids.

    Recipe #206511

    This is a good way to introduce kids to herbs. Rather than use a prepared pizza sauce, add your own herbs. Depending how adventurous your kids are, you can add things like fennel seeds, garlic powder, etc.

    Recipe #206496

    Carrots were my favorite vegetable when I was very young. I used to like them mashed with butter. Here's another way that kids enjoy and can participate in making.

    Recipe #206499

    A no-cook recipe that has healthful ingredients and lets kids "play" with their food. Maybe they will even come up with their own ideas!

    Recipe #206505


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