Kids Cooking Lessons
16-18 years old
Today's Kids Cooking Lessons is sweet and simple. When planning the
monthly or weekly menu, take in account which night your Senior Chef
will be cooking.
Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum
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One Night a Week Chef
Allow your Senior Chef to choose the menu for one meal a week, as
well as help with the shopping list and grocery shopping.
For that one night, he/she are in charge of the family meal. Of
course, he/she can enlist help from others but for this night he/she
is the head chef.
Here are some PDF pages to help in your menu planning:
Sample Weekly Menu Plan
Do you need help getting started with your menu plan? Use our sample
Check out more help in Menu
Kids Cooking Lessons- Dinner Recipes to Try
Easy Chicken Casserole
Box of stuffing
Can of cream mushroom soup
1 Can chicken broth
Cut up cooked or shredded chicken
Add all ingredients together in a casserole dish. Stir to combine.
Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
Simple Veal Schnitzel
1/2 a tablespoon of dried parsley
extra virgin oil
4 veal fillets
1 cup of bread crumbs
Tenderize veal with meat mallet.
Put bread crumbs and parsley in shallow dish. Mix together.
Whisk egg in a separate bowl.
Dip veal in egg, then into breadcrumbs and cook in oil.
My kids love this dish. When they start saying, "I'm hungry"
repeatedly at 5:30 and I realize that I have got nothing
prepared, I just whip up this dish and they love it!
by Fatima Prieto (Aurora
Ingredients you will need:
Any kind of Cheese,
A Microwave and,
First, you need to get the flour tortilla and put the cheese on
it. Then you need to fold it in half. After that you put it in the
microwave for one minute and enjoy your food!