And kids, always ask your parents’ permission before cooking anything. And ask for help if a recipe requires the use of knives, the stove or oven, or other kitchen appliances.
And don’t forget the tidy up!
Weetbix bliss balls
Make these brekkie bliss balls with the kids on Saturday, and serve to mum with a coffee, tea or juice on Sunday. Keep any leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge to pop in lunchboxes during the week.
simple banana fritters
This easy recipe from our upcoming cookbook Kids in the Kitchen is good for beginners – with supervision! It uses store bought pancake mix, which is made into a batter and used to coat banana halves before frying them up into fritters. Top with maple syrup.
This is another make ahead breakfast. Make the chia pudding the night before, and adorn it with fruit in the morning.
This is a simple dish for kids to master, and this recipe is decadent enough for mum to feel truly spoilt. Serve scrambled eggs with sourdough or your bread of choice, and a sprinkling of chives.
Make part of this bircher muesli recipe the night before, for some quick prep and speedy serving in the morning.
Using similar ingredients and techniques to pancakes, sweet, eggy French toast can be served plain with a drizzle of maple syrup. Or adorned with fruit, and more! Again, adult supervision required at the stove top for the cooking and flipping.
Pancakes are often one of the first recipes parents make with kids at home, with a lot of fun to be had with the measuring and whisking. Adult supervision is required at the stovetop for the cooking and flipping, especially for younger children.