ChopChop Cooking Club teaches kids that cooking can be fun
The kitchen adventures continue as Walker, my 2-year-old son, and I worked to earn our second ChopChop Cooking Club badge – Whisking Wizard.
Last week we became Blender Bosses and had a lot of fun making a smoothie. These first two badges have challenged my family to carve out time to get in the kitchen together and teach Walker that eating healthy is easy and fun!
Becoming a Whisking Wizard
After earning our first badge, Walker and I were ready to become Whisking Wizards, cooking up scrambled eggs and toast. Walker was a natural at cracking an egg; however, the whisking proved difficult.
He was also a pro at toasting and buttering his own bread (whole wheat of course!). His proud smile says it all!
As a nutritionist, I understand the importance of serving homemade, healthy meals, but even I struggle with finding time to cook for my family. To cut down on long prep times and complicated recipes, we have eggs for dinner at least once a week. They are so easy and quick to make — not to mention an affordable protein. And now Walker is a Whisking Wizard ready and willing to help in the kitchen.
Even after just two challenges, I’m often hearing the request, “Can I help?” Having a 2-year-old child wanting to help you in the kitchen is, to say the least, remarkable!
Stay tuned for a recap of our experience as we earn the remaining ChopChop cooking badges!
To join the ChopChop Cooking Club for free and get cooking with your kids, visit ChopChopCookingClub.org.
ChopChop Cooking Club is sponsored by Norton Children’s Prevention and Wellness