We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, we rarely treat it this way (except my husband who posts breakfast pictures on Facebook on the regular).
Most of the time we stock up on boxed cereal, maybe a bag of bagels and some milk and consider breakfast meal planning done.
I learned last year that our family dynamic (and health) improved when I changed how we do breakfast in our house.
Those changes were great, but they meant more work for ME. What if your kids could join the “cooking staff” of your household?
This is where “Kids Cook Real Food” Comes in. This is a comprehensive set of online cooking classes that teach your kids (Of all ages–from preschoolers to teens) to cook REAL FOOD! There is no need to purchase special kid equipment, or food kits or anything. Just real food from your grocery store or farmer’s market.
And here is where the breakfast greatness comes in!
New members get a $20 set of premium videos for FREE! These videos show kids how they can make a healthy breakfast on their own, start to finish. Your kids will learn the importance of eating a healthy breakfast and encourage them to find meals they love.
This set includes 4 videos with step-by-step recipes and instruction, plus PDF lesson plans:
- Five easy, healthy breakfasts our Beginners (ages 2-5) can make all by themselves, including homemade sausage seasoning for the advanced kids to use during their lesson. The empowerment for the littles is incredible!
- Intermediate kids (school-aged) make a Crustless Quiche, a make-ahead meal for a special brunch, potluck, or just a busy school morning. (Bonus – there’s veggies in there!)
- The Advanced Kids are challenged to multi-task in this new series, making both Potato & Veggie Pancakes (Latkes) and Sausage Patties at the same time. (Notice the veggies again!)
- And there’s even an “All-Kid” video to teach kids the importance of eating a healthy breakfast AND what to include to make it healthy. This is key info coming from someone other than the parents, amen?
I can’t wait to get going with my kids and transform our breakfasts even more–with no more work on my end! And really, the ultimate goal is that when my kids grow up and move out, they can cook real, healthy, food and not depend on take-out or pre-made food.