Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Join Me For A Little Chefs Cook-Along Class *Everyday Fun* on Thursday October 25th - #LittleChefs





What is The Little Chef's Cook-Along?

 A virtual Cook-Along called Everyday Fun, part of The Little Chefs Project series on The Motherhood.

The Little Chefs Project series consists of live chats called Cook-Alongs taking place every Thursday at 2 p.m. ET until November 15, and each Cook-Along covers a different topic around cooking with kids. Everyday Fun addresses how you and your kids can create fun, lasting memories in the kitchen around events like sleepovers or holidays, or around everyday events like family dinners.


About the class

From weekend breakfast rituals to holidays like Halloween, you can find any occasion to cook up some everyday fun with your kids. Grab a can of Chef Boyardee and join in for further inspiration and ideas for getting started. 

To Participate
Everyday Fun is scheduled for Thursday, October 25, at 2 p.m. ET.  It will last 30 minutes.
To participate,  join us at The Motherhood. Log in using your member ID (if you don’t have one, it’s easy and free to sign up) and chat away in the text based comments. There is also be a video feed running during the half-hour Cook-Along  so you’re welcome to show up simply to watch if you’d like!
The Cook-Along is sponsored by Chef Boyardee, and it is hosted by The Motherhood.  You can visit Chef Boyardee online athttp://www.chefboyardee.com/ or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/chefboyardee.
I’ll be there with several other bloggers to co-host the class, and I hope you’ll join us!  The fabulous people who will be co-hosting with me are:
     
Brett, This Mama Loves Her Bargains http://mamalovesherbargains.com/ 
Carrie, Making Lemonade http://www.makinglemonadeblog.com

Christi, Frugal Novice http://frugalnovice.com Corine, Complicated Mama http://www.complicatedmama.comKim, Shop With Me Mama http://shopwithmemama.comMichelle, Ace and Friends Co. http://www.aceandfriendsco.com Roxanne, Children Teaching Mama http://www.childrenteachingmama.com

Everyday Fun Cooking is SO easy...
4 year olds can do it too!

I have been a fan of Chef Boyardee since I was a wee-little kid. We would always look forward to having one of our many favorites, especially during the winter time. Something about Chef Boyardee + Fall = happiness. I wanted to bring those same happy memories to my own kids and incorporate their delicious line into our mealtimes. My kids always recognize the Chef Boyardee labels and get so excited to eat whatever is being served that day. We love Chef Boyardee and had a great time sharing some of our favorites with our friends while incorporating *Everyday Fun* while cooking.



Chef Boyardee products are easy to incorporate and use in simple, quick and tasty recipes. We decided to make Pepperoni Spaghetti Bake using Chef Boyardee's Spaghetti & Meatballs.

This recipe only uses 5 ingredients and was easy enough for a four year old little chef's to create. 


The Little Chef's Masterpiece!
The kids had a great time working together and creating this absolutely tasty dish! We are planning our next cooking extravaganza and plan to make Taco-roni which incorporates Chef Boyardee Beefaroni with tomatoes, black beans and corn, topped with cheese and crunchy tortilla chips for a taco-inspired dish. Add a little sour cream, avocado and salsa... that's Chef BoyarDEELICOUS!

Hope you have a chance to stop by!

[Product review & giveaway disclosure: This post was part of a compensated Chef Boyardee program through The Motherhood. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." See ace and friends Disclosure Policy HERE.]

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2 comments:

sandy1955 said...

That was the recipe I saw in the book that I liked, taco roni. They had some good ideas also like the one who decorated the aprons for the kids. I liked that
Sandy VanHoey

sandy1955 said...

That was the recipe I saw in the book that I liked, taco roni. They had some good ideas also like the one who decorated the aprons for the kids. I liked that
Sandy VanHoey