Jessica Braider from The Scramble shares her tips for teaching kids to cook. Jessica shares her tips for how to get kids involved in the kitchen, age appropriate tasks and how to make the process less stressful.
Today’s episode is all about getting kids into the kitchen.
I know many parents are at home with kids right now, trying to keep them entertained and their minds active. Cooking is definitely an activity that can tick all the boxes, and set them up with life skills that will serve them well into the future.
I chat with Jessica Braider from the blog The Scramble. Jessica is a certified health coach and mother of two active and playful boys. As the CEO of The Scramble, she fulfils her passion for food and her love for working with parents and children to build healthy and happy families by helping them to get quick, easy, and delicious meals on the table every night. She believes that food is one of the most powerful tools for building connections and that it should be savored, enjoyed, and shared, rather than restricted, avoided, or argued over.
Jessica shares her tips for how to get kids involved in the kitchen, age appropriate tasks and how to make the process less stressful.
RECIPE OF THE WEEK
This weeks recipe of the week is my shredded mexican beef. It’s cinco de mayo this week so it’s the perfect time to give this slow cooked tender beef a go. Fun fact – my husband proposed to me of cinco de mayo, so the day holds a special place in my heart. Serve this flavourful beef in tacos, enchiladas, burrito bowls – theres just so many ways you can use it. Oh and make a big batch because this is one recipe that tastes even better the next day!
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