Party In The Kids Kitchen December 20/21

Welcome to the Party In the Kids’ Kitchen!

I’m so excited to be co-hosting the awesome Linky Party on something I find is near and dear to my heart, kids in the kitchen. Jennifer of In The Kids’ Kitchen is our other co-host. She is dedicated to bring  resources for the foodie family, from kids’ kitchen skills, to family-friendly recipes, foodie escapes, cookbook reviews, and more!

This party is a great resource for families looking for new ideas for meals, snacks, and involving kids in the kitchen.

Party in the kids kitchen

We had many wonderful entries to our Party In The Kids’ Kitchen last week. Here are a couple we would like to feature this week!


From Milks Crafts and Honesty – a vegan, soy- and gluten-free poppy seed muffin that tastes like Christmas.

From In the Playroom, an excellent article on why Playing with Food Can Be A Good Thing.

From Child Led Life, a great fine motor activity — stringing popcorn garlands!

From The Chaos and the Clutter, 5 Chicken Dump Recipes (NOT a round-up, the recipes and how to make 5 meals in one hour are in this post).

And, finally, from Dabbling Momma, a tasty reading extension for the Gingerbread Pirates book!

Now on for this week’s party!

This Linky Party starts every Saturday at 8am EST and stays open until midnight EST on Sunday. You can look forward to finding:

  • Recipes
  • Healthy Substitutions
  • Kitchen and Pantry ideas and hacks
  • Kids in the Kitchen
  • Menu Plans
  • Cookbook Reviews
  • Food-inspired play or learning
  • Books about food
  • Foodie travel

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I am excited to have you here and look forward to chatting with you on any of our social networks on Facebook, G+, and Pinterest .

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