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This easy, kid friendly recipe is simple to customize. You can even hide veggies in it!
Easy Kid Friendly Breakfast
1. Beat eggs, Seasoning, and milk. If using veggies or meats, add these, too (make sure meat is precooked!)
2. Get your pan hot (medium heat), then grease (we use olive oil in a Misto)
3. Pour eggs in. Cook until solid on one side, flip, then cook opposite side. Remove from pan.
4. Add butter and olive oil (which reduces fat/cholesterol and prevents the butter from browning while preserving the butter taste)
5. Add tortilla wrap, then cheese and any additional items (hot sauce, salsa, etc). Finally, add egg.
6. Fold in half
7. Remove from pan, soak up grease with a paper towel
8. Serve with toppings and sides of your choice!
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One pot meals are a lifesaver for my busy family. Managing being a working professional, mom, and homemaker keeps me on my toes, and dinner time is one area where efficiency counts. This chili recipe is not only delicious and kid friendly, but healthy and easy!
You may notice cinnamon listed in the ingredients. Look strange to you? I promise, you won't taste it, but you will notice the difference it makes! This tip comes directly from my chef husband... who just happens to have won a local chili contest a few years back.
Here is my family's favorite chili recipe, guaranteed to be a new favorite in your meal rotation!
The Best Turkey and Veggie Chili
Serves 6-8 | Approximate Prep and Cook Time: 35 Minutes
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What kid doesn’t love a dirt cup? And just in time for beach season, here is a perfect take on this classic dessert. Use the ingredients and instructions below, or just get creative and have fun!
What you will need:
Click on images to view product pages. We've not used these items in our own home, but they have great reviews on Amazon and would be great additions to this project.
You may also like the following products for this activity:
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In three easy steps your child can create this adorable and delicious beach themed dessert.
MAKE IT EDUCATIONAL!
Many readers already know baking is educational. Measuring helps teach fractions and fine motor skills. Baking helps teach sequences, following steps, highlights cause and effect, and for older children, gives the opportunity to practice reading skills.
So, to use the sand cup activity as a homeschool activity, simply have your children help with baking!
You can use prompts below as a guide, and tailor them to your child's academic level:
1. Read the instructions. What is the first step?
2. First we pour 'x'. What comes next?
3. We need [1/2 cup] of [sugar]. Let's look at the bottom number (the denominator). How many parts make a whole in this fraction? (Answer = 2).
4. What temperature do we need to set the oven at? What do you think would happen if we set it higher? Lower?
5. Let's use the food dye to make new colors! What color do you think yellow and blue would make? What about red and blue? What would happen if we added more [red/blue/yellow/green] to this?
6. The recipe says to bake for 30 minutes? 30 minutes is how much of an hour? (Answer: 1/2 Hour). What if we baked for 15 minute? How many parts of an hour would that be (Answer: 1/4)? How many parts of 30 minutes is 15 minutes? (Answer 15/30, 1/2, etc.).
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May 2020 (Prior to 5/31)
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