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Fall is finally here! We are so excited to start adding in some fall flavors to our baking and cooking projects. We got a Kidstir box last week and inside it was full of yummy fall inspired recipes. So we just had to make some apple crisp using our Kidstir recipe and supplies for Sunday dinner.
If you don’t know what Kidstir is you have to check it out. Kidstir is a box subscription dedicated to getting kids in the kitchen. Each month you will get a new box with fun new recipes. Each one is designed to be easy enough for kids to follow and make with a little help from a grownup. They even include some fun facts on the recipe cards. In the box, they include kitchen tools for kids to use when they are cooking the recipes. This month we got a whisk and a doggy pot holder. It’s a great way to foster a love of cooking in your children. My kids love to cook so this is a favorite of theirs. It’s new recipes every month plus their very own cooking tools. They include a recipe binder as well so they can keep all of their recipes organized to make again and again.
This month featured some yummy baking recipes including poppin’ popovers, go bananas bread, and awesome apple crisp. Since it’s fall we just had to be some apples from the market to make some delicious apple crisp Sunday. My daughter loved making this recipe and has been asking all week to make it again.
The recipes are easy to follow and include common ingredients that you have just laying around the house. We just had to pick up some apples from the market.
The recipes will teach your kiddos basic kitchen skills like cutting, measuring, and mixing. It’s a great way to introduce them to the world of cooking each month.
The end result is a super yummy apple crisp to share with the entire family at Sunday dinner. She was so proud of herself and let everyone know that she made it all by herself. The only thing I helped her with was peeling the apples and putting it in and out of the oven.
Kidstir is great. You can sign up for a monthly subscription or check out their shop to by specific kits. It makes a great gift idea as well.
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