This one’s for the chocolate lovers. Step up your game with these Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies. They’re soft, chewy, and include a spicy surprise!
Nothing beats homemade applesauce! Serve with oatmeal, muffins, or latkes for a naturally sweet bite.
Ho ho ho…get in the holiday spirit and decorate these adorable Santas. This recipe is easily doubled — the more, the merrier!
Take butter to a new level by whipping up your own with lemon zest and fresh herbs. Pair with toast, rice, meat, or any other dish you love to cook with butter!
Gobble gobble mhm…If you like Rice Krispies, you’ll love this sweet and chewy marshmallow treat. Celebrate the season by rolling and decorating these adorable popcorn turkeys, and tell some “corny” jokes while you’re at it!
There’s something about carving food that makes eating it so fun! Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, these jack-o’-lanterns will melt in your mouth.
Wrap “bandages” around your hot dog to make your own mummy! Although these ones aren’t so scary, only delicious!
These cheese fingers are the perfect spooky surprise! Use different colors for pretty manicured nails, or ketchup for a “crime scene."
Beans in a brownie? You heard that right! Give this funky ingredient a try, and you’ll be amazed!
A Chef’s Secret: How to Grate Fresh Ginger
Introduce your young chefs to ginger, a zesty ingredient that will give a boost of flavor to any dish. This all-star ingredient featured in our Bento Box kit pairs perfectly with Asian dishes, like our Oodles of Noodles and Baked Salmon. Here’s a pro tip: you can also add it to any entrees, smoothies and drinks, or desserts for an added kick!
Ginger might appear intimidating, but it’s simple to prepare. A grown-up can help peel with a veggie peeler, then simply rub the ginger against the shell of our Turtle Grater, or a standard grater. Depending on the recipe, you may also dice up the ginger root with a paring knife.
This plant is chock-full of benefits, it’s practically medicine. It can help reduce nausea, soothe tummy troubles, and boost immunity. Who knew something so tasty could be good for you!
If you’re looking for other ways to lend some Asian flair to your dishes, consider these delicious add-ins: bok choy, tofu, mirin, miso, sesame oil, bean sprouts, or nori (seaweed). Don’t forget to subscribe to our monthly kits for more tips on how to cook up culture right in your kitchen!