Bucket List: 20 Recipes For Your Kids To Learn By The End Of Summer {Giveaway}

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With all the Booper's school papers that came home with him at the end of this school year, he had a paper from his teacher with a Summer Bucket List. It had lots of fun ideas for things to do during the summer break to have fun. Many of them were classic things like having a water balloon fight, go swimming, go on a picnic, but one thing mentioned on the list was to learn how to cook a grilled cheese. The list was a great source for ideas, and it got me thinking of all the things I knew how to cook at our son's age. Our son loves helping in the kitchen (sometimes) and when he's excited about helping we've been teaching him the basic life-skills of following a recipe. 20 Recipes Kids Should Know is the perfect book for kids just getting started in the kitchen! Get your kids excited to explore the ins and outs of cooking this summer and mark one more off their list.


20 Recipes Kids Should Know
Whether they're helping stir cake batter or producing their own YouTube cooking channel, kids of all ages are getting increasingly busy in the kitchen. This cookbook features twenty classic recipes that are fun, healthy, adaptable, and easy to prepare. From banana bread and the perfect grilled cheese to breaded chicken and apple pie, each recipe is written in a clear, accessible style that young cooks of every level will be able to follow. The author is a young chef whose love of cooking developed from her own family's food traditions like baking popovers with her grandmother and Sunday-night pizza making. By teaching kids basic recipes that can be adapted in endless ways, this book is the perfect launching pad to finding their way around the kitchen--or launching their own cooking careers.


About the author and photographer:
ESME and CALISTA WASHBURN are sisters living in New York City. Esme, who is in middle school, is an amateur chef and cooking enthusiast. She has learned everything she knows from her grandmother. Calista, a recent high school graduate and budding photographer, loves helping out in the kitchen and eating the delicious food that Esme cooks.

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One lucky entrant selected by the entry form will receive the 20 Recipes Kids Should Know Book Package! (ARV $25) Includes: Book, Bowl, and Measuring Cups
Open to entrants in the US, 18 years and older. Open for entry from 6/16-6/30/19 at 11:59 pm EST. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to the notification email by filling out the form to claim the prize. If the winner fails to respond in that time a new winner will be selected. The Mommy Island is not responsible for prize fulfillment. 


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17 comments:

  1. Scrambled eggs was my first cooking experience

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  2. As the oldest of 7 siblings, I started making dinners early to help and I think it was chicken.

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  3. The first thing I learned to cook was macaroni & cheese.

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  4. The first thing I learned to cook was pancakes!

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  5. The first thing I learned to cook was chocolate chip cookies. I've always had a sweet tooth!

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  6. To make cookies :D

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  7. The first thing that I learned to cook, I think is a tie! It’s either scrambled eggs or oatmeal.

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  8. This would be fun with my granddaughter

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  9. The first thing I learned to make was an omelet

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  10. I would cook bran muffins for my Mother.

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