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Family Dinner Month 2012: Sept 17 -- Oct 29, 2012

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Kids Cooking Resources

by The Blog for Family Dinner Team

We have had so much fun this month hosting blog posts and resources for getting kids involved in family dinner. Today we are sharing free resources specifically for getting kids in the kitchen to cook! We complied this list of websites and cookbooks with input from our readers, Facebook fans, and B4FD bloggers and contributors.

Do you have a resource to share? Add it to the comments! (Plus you’ll be entered to win our last Kids Month giveaway, drawing tomorrow!)

Websites (in alphabetical order)

Better Together – Kids Cooking Videos 

Kids Cook Monday

KidsHealth.org — List of Easy, Healthy Recipes for Kids

Let’s Move.gov — Eat Healthy Tips

Meals Matter — Healthy Kids

Nourish Interactive — Nutrition Tools for Healthy Families

Parent Earth for Kids

PBS Kitchen Explorers

SuperKids Nutrition (Parents) and Super Crew for Kids

Team Nutrition — USDA.gov

Today I Ate a Rainbow Blog

Yum-o — Rachael Ray 

Kids Cookbooks

Easy Meals to Cook with Kids, by Julie Negrin

The Do It Myself Cookbook by Laurie Goldrich Wolf

Pretend Soup and many other great cookbooks from Mollie Katzen (Fun sample recipes here.)

The Whole Family Cookbook by Michelle Stern

Also of interest:

The Omnivore’s Dilemma, Young Readers Edition by Michael Pollan (not a cookbook, but a great read for teens about food and the food system)

These are just a few resources for encouraging kids to cook. In addition to this list, many of our B4FD bloggers have recipes and tips that are great for getting kids involved in family dinner. Check out all of B4FD bloggers on our Participants List. Feel free to share any resources we may have missed in the comments section below.

Happy Kids Cooking from B4FD!

 

 

 

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