FIVE RECIPES THAT YOUR CHILD CAN HELP MAKE

Cooking with your children is not only an excellent learning and bonding experience, but it’s also an opportunity to practice kindness. Below we have found five recipes that kids love to eat, as well as make.

1. The Spaghetti & Meatball Cupcake by Wilde in the Kitchen

http://wildeinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/cupcake-24-7-spaghetti-meatball-cupcake.html

2. Easy Chocolate Fudge with Pretzels by Martha Stewart

http://www.marthastewart.com/852402/easy-chocolate-fudge-pretzels

3. Summer Zucchini Bites by Circle of Moms

http://www.circleofmoms.com/recipe/summer-zucchini-bites

4. Mini Turkey Burgers by Martha Stewart

http://www.marthastewart.com/268626/mini-turkey-burgers

5. Baked Parmesan Zucchini by Damn Delicious

http://damndelicious.net/2014/06/21/baked-parmesan-zucchini/

With cooking comes the obvious result of food. To bring the teaching of kindness into your cooking lesson, you could take the finished product to local friends or those in need. Sharing edible homemade creations is an expression of love and giving.

A great way to introduce cooking with your children, while simultaneously teaching and practicing kindness is through Get it Going Now’s monthly kindness box. Each month, Get it Going Now subscribers receive a box which contains instructions, materials and cool souvenirs that result in a project to perform a good deed. By subscribing to Get it Going Now, you will feel inspired by your monthly opportunity to practice kindness and you just may get some ingredients to make a great treat!

Learn more about Get it Going Now here: https://www.getitgoingnow.com.

Let us know what your child’s favorite recipe was in the comments section below.

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