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Summer Cook With Kids

Do you find cooking to be a chore? Just something you have to do because you know it’s good for your health?

Do you want to start educating your kids about nutrition from a young age?

If you're often in a rut and do not want to cook, or want some tips on making cooking more fun so that you can bond with your kids over food and cooking this summer, I've got you covered!

Fun Cooking Tip #1: Check out quick-and-easy recipes

Here are just a few quick-and-easy recipes we've got in our collection, most loved by our members.

Sometimes just seeing the beautiful food photos and reading the recipe can spark some inspiration and fun in your kitchen.

You can head to your local bookstore. Or look up your chefs, bakers, and other IG foodies. Maybe do a quick search on Google to view thousands of new ideas.

Perhaps you have some ingredients in your fridge that are just waiting to be eaten.

Pro Tip: Searching through recipes can be so fun and inspiring, and can also end up taking waaaay longer than planned. So, consider setting your timer when you start browsing. The last thing you want is to take too much time looking, that you don’t leave enough time for cooking.

Fun Cooking Tip #2: Make grocery shopping fun and inspiring.

When you’re at the grocery store, try something that you haven’t had in a while.

Is there a seasonal fruit or vegetable you haven’t had for months?

What about a childhood favorite?

Or may be let your kids choose what they want to create or enjoy? Getting them involved is always a good idea.

Did you come across something totally delicious at a restaurant or a get-together lately?

Or, browse around the store looking for something you haven't had before... something that is completely new to you.

Make this adventurous and fun.

Then you can go back to tip #1 to find new and inspiring recipes when you get home.

Fun Cooking Tip #3: Keep it simple!

Sometimes when we see a great food picture, we immediately get inspired to make it.

But sometimes the list of ingredients or instructions are just too long....sounds familiar?

So keep things simple if you want cooking to be fun

A few ways to keep things simple are to:

  • Search for recipes with 10 or fewer ingredients, and five or fewer steps

  • Search for recipes that can be made in one pot/ pan

  • Use recipes that use ingredients you already have at home

Just remember, even the most passionate cook gets tired, uninspired or bored from time to time. and it's okay.

Try one (or all) of these fun tips to inspire yourself or enjoy bonding with your kids over simple recipes.

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