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  • 5 Ways Kids Can Help with the Thanksgiving Meal

    5 Ways Kids Can Help with the Thanksgiving Meal

    As we all know Thanksgiving meal preparations can be stressful, especially with young kids running around the house. All they want to do is be included, but it can be hard to come up with tasks that are safe and match their skill level. Don’t worry - we’ve come up with five ways kids can help with the Thanksgiving meal. Try out these tips to get those little chefs in the kitchen this year!

  • Halloween Cupcake Recipe

    Halloween Cupcake Recipe

    Looking for treats instead of tricks this Halloween? You and your little ghouls will love our scary good Vanilla Halloween Cupcake Recipe! Get creative and decorate them however you want…or recreate some of our spooktacular Curious Chef creations!

  • Pumpkin Hummus Recipe

    Pumpkin Hummus Recipe

    Who says pumpkin flavor is only good for desserts? Get the most out of fall with this delicious and healthy Pumpkin Hummus Recipe from our partners at Veggiecation. This is a great recipe for your little chef to help measure out ingredients to taste. All they need to help are measuring cups and spoons!

  • Chickpea Blondie Recipe

    Chickpea Blondie Recipe

    Desserts don't have to be chock full of unhealthy ingredients to be delicious! These Chickpea Blondies, brought to you by our partners at Healthy Hands Cooking, are sure to be a hit with your little chef and will teach them about healthy substitutions they can incorporate in their diet for the rest of their lives.

  • Healthy Lunch Box Substitutions

    Healthy Lunch Box Substitutions

    As we work on recovering from our holiday sweets overdoses, one of the ways we can get our little chefs off the stocking stuffers is by packing them healthy lunches to bring to school. While sandwiches can be filling, they can also get pretty boring day after day. Here are a few ideas to change things up for the new year, while still keeping your little chef’s lunches healthy and satisfying.