Paula loves when her grandboys join her in the kitchen to make a special supper or a tasty treat. She loves passing down what she learned from her mama and grandmothers, and it teaches them valuable skills for their future. After all, it’s important for everyone to have at least a couple dishes they can make. By getting them in the kitchen early, they will learn the importance of putting a meal on the table and the work that goes into it!
These recipes are sure to get your kids interested in spending more time in the kitchen. Of course, kids should never be in the kitchen alone, and it’s up to the adults to decide what each child should or should not do. The best part of cooking and baking together? It’s just that—being together.