Christmas Ideas Day 4: Dress Up Your Hot Cocoa!
Posted by Megan Dague on Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Why not add in some dinnertime holiday fun to your normal routine? It’s pizza night in my house AT LEAST once a week so this is the perfect way to incorporate a little holiday cheer! Check out these pizza ideas, turning it into a candy cane or even just using your cookie cutters in a new way to have festive crusts for your individual mini pizzas!
Who says Holiday treats have to be bad for you?! You can still have some holiday fun with your kids by jazzing up your normal healthy treats. Check out these fun ideas just arranging fruit/veggies into fun shapes. I LOVE the banana strawberry candy cane and the Grinch Kabobs!
Here are some presentation ideas and tags to go along with our Lumps of Coal video!! How cute are these?! And so easy to do!
Christmas Idea – Lumps of Coal
Posted by Megan Dague on Saturday, December 1, 2018
Fall Baking Kit Info!
Posted by Megan Dague on Wednesday, October 24, 2018
For those of you who aren’t able to make our Fall Baking class, we will be offering a kit to take home and complete the same recipes and more with your kids. In the kit, you will receive the mini-fluted pan we use in class ($25 value), along with personal videos with tips and tricks and printed recipes. This would make a great Christmas present for the kiddos or grand kids in your life that absolutely LOVE those cooking shows. The minis also make great homemade Thanksgiving or Christmas baked goods!
This is a MUST HAVE! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this pan!
Check out these great gingerbread cookies made with the emoji cookie cutters from class!
How awesome is this story?! NFL players spent time in the kitchen with local youth! Everyone is trying to spread the word how important it is for kids to get in the kitchen!
Practicing for tomorrow’s Chocolate Treats class!! The perfect Valentine gift! Yummmmmm.
Did you know that frequent family meals mean kids are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables, and tend to have better vocabulary growth and academic achievement? It may also lead to lower rates of behavioral problems, eating disorders, and substance abuse. Let’s get those kids into the kitchen!
Welcome to The Kennett Kitchen! We will be using this group to list future classes – both for kids and adults! I will also share photos of classes, post yummy recipes, and have giveaways.
Please spread the word to anyone who you think may be interested and invite them to join the group!
Quality products are used in all of the workshops and are from the Pampered Chef. Please contact me with questions on any of the items we are using but workshops will not be used for selling purposes.