Wellbeing

Cooking With Little Chefs

How to create meaningful kitchen moments with your children.

Child peers over counter while man preps food Child peers over counter while man preps food

Bonding with little ones while preparing meals together is great but sometimes things can get rather messy. So here are a few ways to help you keep your kitchen under control – at all times.

Father tying apron on little son Father tying apron on little son

Aprons come in handy

A pint-size apron does more than just protect your kids’ clothes from splashes and spills. It makes them look and feel like a master chef.

Cute Little boy holding chopsticks stir egg in bowl Cute Little boy holding chopsticks stir egg in bowl

The chopstick solution

Chopsticks aren’t just fun to use. They can also be a helpful tool which prevents your kids from stirring up that batter with a spoon. That way nothing gets out of hand and you never end up wiping an awful mess off the ceiling.

Mother and daughter washing hands in kitchen sink Mother and daughter washing hands in kitchen sink

Practicing basic hygiene

Involving kids in cooking is a great way to develop good hygiene habits at an early age. Before handling food, get your kids to wash their hands for 20 seconds - singing a song makes the time goes faster. Once you finish cooking together, remember to teach them the importance of loading up the dishwasher and hygienically rinsing all cooking utensils – so everything comes out sparkling clean.

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Mother and little girl taking care of their bodies in the morning while doing Yoga meditation exercises at home. Their hair is wrapped in towels while cucumber is on their eyes. Mother and little girl taking care of their bodies in the morning while doing Yoga meditation exercises at home. Their hair is wrapped in towels while cucumber is on their eyes.