Recipes for flameless cooking with kids

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Cooking with our kids is one of the easiest ways and most fun ways to get them excited about food as well as expose them to new ingredients they would be willing to try.

If you follow Master Chef Junior, it is no secret that these little champs know their way around a kitchen. The impressive nine- to thirteen-year-olds can do everything from hand-whip a frothy meringue to grill up a flawlessly finished cut of meat. Your own kids may not be there just yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t teach them to hold their own in the kitchen too.

We know a place that teaches your child the basics of chemistry, mathematics, and botany along with life skills, such as patience and teamwork. What’s more, it’s free!

Interested? We are talking about your kitchen!

When you involve them in the preparation of a meal, kids as young as four can learn about food groups, nutrition and improve their motor skills as no other activity can. Our fireless cooking recipes are the perfect way to introduce your child to the world of cooking.

Check out our top 3 simple flameless yet delicious recipes you can make with your kids.

Recipes

  • Chocolate Oats Milkshake:

Ingredients:

Oats: 1 tbsp

Sunflower Seeds: 1tbsp

Chia Seeds: 1tsp

Cashews: handful

Cocoa Powder: 1 tbsp

Jaggery: As per taste

Medjool Seeds: 2

Method:

  1. Soak all the ingredients overnight.
  2. Blend and serve the next morning.
  • Corn Chaat

Ingredients:

Cooked Corn: 1 Cup

Finely Chopped Coriander: 1tbsp

Finely Chopped Tomato: 1tsp

Chaat Masala: 1tsp

Chilli Powder: 1/4th tsp

Rock Salt: 1 tsp

Lemon Juice: 1 tsp

Method:

Mix all the ingredients and serve.

  • Granola Jar

Ingredients:

Granola

Greek Yogurt

Strawberries or any other fruit of your choice

Honey

Method:

  1. Take a glass jar and layer all the ingredients till the jar is full.
  2. Refrigerate overnight and serve as a healthy breakfast.

Cooking is not just an essential skill but also one of the best ways to connect and bond with your kids. No one needs a fancy gourmet meal; a meal made with love is what most important – it speaks about your love for your family more than a million words can. So, put on your apron and engage your kids in this fun summer activity!

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