Sometimes the thought of having my kids in the kitchen, cooking with me, makes my heart pump at an almost explosive rate. My mind starts thinking about all the prep work and the mess and the amount of extra time it will take if they help. Not to mention, the sibling bickering and my lack of patience at this time of day.
But Megan has a different view on cooking with kids.
Megan Dague runs The Kennett Kitchen in Pennsylvania and has an online membership opportunity for those who aren’t in her local area. She knows the many benefits of getting kids in the kitchen and more importantly the value in getting families together.
Through fun baking experiences and challenges, she helps families enjoy quality time together while learning something new and rewarding.
In this episode of The Simple Home Podcast, Megan gives us practical advice on cooking with kids and how we can get kids in the kitchen with less “heart pounding” and more joy.
- The benefits of cooking with kids.
- How to get started if you’re feeling overwhelmed or nervous.
- What age(s) to start cooking with kids.
- Unique activities and challenges that are easy and fun for the whole family.
- How to make it feel like less of a chore and more of a planned activity.
Links From This Episode
- The Kennett Kitchen
- Family Bake Dates
- Connect with The Kennett Kitchen on Facebook
- At Home With Kids Free Resources
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