This fall, Chef Boyardee encourages families to get in the kitchen with their little chefs.
The Little Chefs Project is the first crowd-sourced e-book made by moms, for moms. And, thanks to the help of 40 bloggers from TheMotherhood.com, The Little Chefs Project provides fun tips for cooking with kids and makes getting in the kitchen a fun, learning experience.
Thanks to Chef Boyardee, I was sent a package with items to help my kids and me create a delicious Braided Spaghetti Loaf inspired by The Little Chefs Project!
Check out the pictures below of my kids helping me out in the kitchen!
My daughter does a great job of pouring on the spaghetti!
My son does a great job of taste testing the mozzarella!
Look at him shake on that Parmesan!
My daughter does a great job as well!
Here is the finished Braided Spaghetti Loaf!
My kids and I had such a great time doing this together. It reminded me how much fun it is to have them help me out in the kitchen.
To check out recipes like this one visit, Chef Boyardee ME! Recipe Card at Chef Boyardee’s Facebook Page. Here you can customize a recipe e-card that gets you and your family in the kitchen with Hector Boiardi himself!
You can also tune in for a six-part series of 30-minute online cook-alongs for tips, tricks and recipe ideas for cooking together in the kitchen. Visit TheMotherhood.com for a complete schedule of the cook-along series.
And thanks to Chef Boyardee, (1) lucky Frugal and Fun Mom Reader will receive a Chef Boyardee Prize Pack with 2 coupons for FREE Chef Boyardee, 1 pizza kit, Set of 5 Chef Boyardee recipe cards, 1 Chef hat and 1 Chef apron.
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Frugal and Fun Mom did not receive compensation for this post, but was provided a Chef Boyardee Kit for free along with infomation for the PR firm representing the company. The opinions expressed in this post are that of my own.