The Kids Cook Monday is thrilled to announce our partnership with Fresh Routes, a New York City-based company that provides ready-to-cook dinner kits to make home cooking more convenient and fun. Starting August 4th, Fresh Routes will provide a 10% discount to families participating in The Kids Cook Monday online (use code kidscookmonday) and in their pop-up […]
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Gather the family around the barbecue for this unique grilling recipe! Grilled bananas and peaches provide a punch of flavor while quinoa and almonds offer protein and a delicious almond...
After help from an adult to chop and prep the ingredients, kids can prepare most of this no-cook recipe themselves! Serve it with hummus and pita bread for a quick Middle-Eastern...
Guest post from Sarah Aadland of Big-Hearted Families – Use your Kids Cook Mondays as a great way to build kindness into your family’s weekly routine. The less you isolate service projects and acts of kindness into their own once-in-a-while calendar slots, the more generosity simply becomes a way of life. The research continues to pour in: kids who develop a strong sense […]
We’re beyond excited to be partnering with Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day, which is this Friday, May 16th. Jamie’s goal is to get one million kids cooking his special Rainbow Salad Wrap, and that’s a goal we can definitely get behind! Now wait just one minute…Food Revolution Day is a Friday! Not a problem – at The Kids Cook Monday, we’re all […]
PBS Parents’ Kitchen Explorers became the latest mover and shaker in The Kids Cook Monday movement, complete with a family friendly recipe for Apricot Baked Chicken. In the post introducing the campaign, Aviva Goldfarb writes about the dietary benefits of involving kids in the kitchen. “Learning some basic cooking skills can ensure that they don’t have […]