Category Archives: Kids in the Kitchen

R is for Red…& Raspberry Jam! ( Adventures in Preschool )

Do you love the smell of homemade bread, baking in the oven? It’s one of my favorite smells! So, while looking over the Preschool Alphabet Lesson Plans for February, I was a bit excited about the suggested book and bread-making exercise. 1.) Activity #1 : R is for Raspberry Jam I love to squeeze seeds and avocados […]

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Strawberry-Banana Ice-Cream | Kids in the Kitchen

YUM! Here in Houston, the weather is only tip-toeing slowly in the direction of “cold”. It’s still incredibly hot at times, though I suspect these hot days are soon ending. So, we’re enjoying a fun hot-weather treat today! There are so many ways to do this, but here is one of our favorites; In a […]

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A Camping Re-Cap & Our Love for Homemade Pizza

This past weekend was our first camping trip with the kids (and with our family friends)! It was rainy and cold-ish (by our Houstonian standards), and one of those no-dry-clothes-left-for-the-kids-so-they-are-forced-to-wear-their-jammies-on-the-second-day kind of experiences. It was awesome! The rain cleared on the second day and the kids were able to do some fishing. We had s’mores. We […]

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Scrumptious Scottish Scones | Kids in the Kitchen

Our daughter received a Princess Cookbook for Christmas the year before last and she loves it. She has been saying fairly consistently for a year now that she wants to be a Baker when she grows up (though every once in a while she wants to be a Mermaid or a Scientist or a Mommy instead […]

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Chocolate Orange Avocado Pudding | Kids in the Kitchen

Our little guy had a tummy-bug recently and he had very little appetite as a result. Now that he’s on the mend, I’m trying to get some healthy fats back into his diet. Enter: “Chocolate Orange Avocado Pudding” (Recipe: www.fooddoodles.com .) To me, this is like chocolate mousse, and reminds me of happy childhood memories (My Mom […]

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