One of my family favorites as a kid was Chef Boyardee Pizza. (I still luuurve it.) We made them at home with my parents, which was fun, but my favorite way to make them was when Emily, her sister Anna and I made them with our Grandma Burns. (I love a Chef Boyardee pizza any which way you slice it, but no one makes one taste better than my Grandma Burns!) Last year, my kids made one with my mom for the first time and they loved it.
(Side note: I also loooves me some Chef Boyardee Ravioli. Mmmm!)
So naturally, when Chef Boyardee and the Motherhood asked me to take part in a project focusing on cooking with kids, I said yes! I was privileged to be a part of the Little Chefs eCookbook, now available for download here ! I know, I’m not exactly a culinary genius, but I did have a few things to say about getting my picky eaters to enjoy foods more when they take part in the cooking process by adding their own fun flavors.
Here we are having fun with flavors! Joshua added lime juice (and BBQ sauce!?!) to a salad (he loves all things sour!) and Sophie added tortilla chips to top hers (she loves all things chips!) We had a lot of fun cooking together!
To celebrate the Little Chefs eCookbook, Chef Boyardee has given me a fab prize package to give away so you can do some fun cooking at home with your Little Chefs!
One lucky winner will receive:
Kids’ kitchen measure and prep kit
Kids’ recipe box
2 Chef Boyardee chef hats
Chef Boyardee adult apron
Chef Boyardee child apron
Chef Boyardee pizza kit
2 coupons for free Chef Boyardee Beefaroni
5 Chef Boyardee recipe cards
To enter, just click over to the new the Little Chefs eCookbook and then come back here and leave me a comment telling me which chapter you think sounds most interesting!
For a bonus entry, tell me your favorite dish to make with your kids.
One winner will be drawn at random on Friday, November 2 at 6 pm EST. Good luck!
I am being compensated for my work on the Little Chefs eCookbook by Chef Boyardee and the Motherhood.com.