Monday, 1 September 2014

Kids in the Kitchen - Ben's Beginners

Welcome to the weeks Kids in the Kitchen. Unfortunately, we don't have a recipe to share with you because we've all been poorly. We have barely eaten so haven't felt like cooking, but we are getting well again now. So this week I'm going to tell you about a new You Tube channel from Uncle Bens called Ben's beginners. It's all about cooking with your kids and includes a section on learning skills with Lisa Faulkner, Celebrity Masterchef winner and mum.



 There will also be loads of recipes by kids and for kids, so plenty of inspiration to get your kids cooking too. It looks like it's going to be a fun channel and I've already subscribed.

The channel also features a short film which sees a number of families viewing a house without a kitchen. The point they are trying to make is that without teaching our children to cook we will be creating a future where kitchen's won't be needed. I think that's a bit far fetched, but I'm still a big advocate of teaching children cooking skills, even from an early age. My two girls already aspire to owning their own restaurant.

Kids in the kitchen will be back to normal next week cooking up a storm as usual. In the meantime why don't you get cooking with your kids and come and share your posts with us here. I love to see what everyone has been up to in the kitchen and getting inspiration for trying new things with my children. I pin all posts submitted onto my Kids in the Kitchen Pinterest Board and also tweet them as well as giving them a mention here on Kids in the Kitchen. So do come and join us with posts old or new.

Last week we were joined by Autism Mumma and her Baked Doughnuts. Thanks so much for linking up, I've said it before but I really do need to have a go at making doughnuts!

So now it's over to you, get in the kitchen with your kids and come and share what you've cooked, then share it with us here.

I'd also be mighty grateful if you included my badge in your post so others can see it and come along and join in. (although adding the badge is not compulsory to joining in)





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1 comment:

  1. I used to love watching lisa faulkner on whats cooking so i'll enjoy those cookery videos. Hope you are all feeling better soon. xxx

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