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Luis Cooking on Nick for Kids

Luis Tanner is a child start who has been awarded as the youngest TV presenter of his own show.  He hosts “Cooking for Kids” a cooking series for pre-schoolers on Nick Jr.Luis, is the Guinness World Record holder as the youngest television presenter and chef of his own TV program in the world.His first show was recorded on July 7th 2003 at the age of 5 years and 68 days and aired on Oct. 25th 2004 when he was only 6 years and 168 days old.  In the show Luis, prepares and cooks simple recipes for kids such as scrambled eggs, tortillas, dumplings, cheesecake etc…Luis has been nominated as one of the most favorite TV presenter.“Cooking for Kids with Luis” has won two Read the Full Blog Post...
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Moshi Monster Cupcakes Recipe

Moshi Monster Cupcakes Ten year ago when someone would tell me 'kids eat through their eyes' I would laugh at them and think they have gone mad. Now that I have two kids of my own and know of the effort I have to put in to get my moshi monster cupckaes to eat, I realize what I was told a decade earlier.Mothers like me are in a constant effort to feed their fussy eaters.  We try to find new ways to attract children to food.From my first hand experience with two kids I have learned a golden rule ‘Bait your child’s latest passion and encash it through cooking fun food.’  Well this simply means try to find out what your kid enjoys doing the most and theme his meals around Read the Full Blog Post...
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Chicken Breast Recipe for Kids

Mouth watering chicken breast recipe for kids! A main dilemma most parents feel is when their kids don’t eat.   Worried moms try to make all sorts of yummies for their little fussy eaters but are mostly disappointed.We all know how important nutrition is for health and longevity.  But the only seemed to be interested in only play as if exercise is their recipe for growth.A good way to develop a child’s interest in food would be to involve them in preparing the food they eat.  In this manner as they would be associate more with the cooking process and thus, would be more interested in trying the outcome of their efforts. Take your kids grocery shopping and have them lend a hand Read the Full Blog Post...