We are excited to announce a culinary partnership with the one-and-only Chef Martin Lopez, Professional Chef, Food Writer, Blogger and Culinary Journalist, Published Author, Culinary Ambassador for the Hispanic and Latin Community, TV Personality and Host. To kickoff the partnership,...View
Teacher Bianca Gibbs Introduces Garden Safari Vegetable Soup as a Classroom Activity We had a wonderful morning preparing and making our vegetable soup using Kitchen Club Kids® Garden Safari Vegetable Soup! Before we began, a lot of the kids said they didn’t like vegetable...View
Children’s Recipes and Kitchen Activities to Teach your Kids to Cook!
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“I adore everything about this book. It’s incredibly colorful, fun, educational, and it provides the ultimate bonding opportunity for parents of young children. I wish End of the Rainbow Fruit Salad was available when my boys were young.”
– Robin Miller, Food Network Host and Best-Selling Cookbook Author
“Teaching kids how to cook healthy meals and helping them understand basic ingredients are the basis for a healthy lifestyle. These goals can be easily achieved with these beautiful books. I am impressed to see that Kitchen Club Kids even cover tropical fruits such as papaya – the ultimate Latin fruit!”
– Chef Martin Lopez, Professional Chef and Culinary Journalist, Culinary Ambassador for the Hispanic Community
“As a retired reading teacher and principal, I realize how important it is to have quality reading for children. Your books are wonderful. What a fun way to get families involved in reading and group activities.”
– Debbie Decker, Humane Society Foster Parent
“This book series provides a great foundation for establishing lifelong healthy eating habits while building math and reading skills. Teaching today’s children about the importance of making nutritious food choices is a vital component to growing a healthy body. The quality time parents invest in the kitchen with their kids to make these recipes is priceless!”
– Lori Post, Licensed and Registered Dietician/Nutritionist
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“We read ‘End of the Rainbow Fruit Salad’ the same day we got it in the mail. The book was great and the illustrations were beautiful. My kids (3 and 4 years old) loved the colorful rhyming story and how fun and easy it made cooking sound.”
“The book is educational in that it counts items from 1-10 and my kids LOVE counting the featured item on each page. It also indicates the color of the item, which is great for my younger two who are still perfecting their colors. The book always keeps them interested.”