How to Get Your Kids to Help in the Kitchen| Kimberly from Millennial Moms

How to Get Your Kids to Help in the Kitchen| Kimberly from Millennial Moms


– Hey guys, Kimberly at Milennial Moms, and today I’m giving you all tips on how to get your kiddos
helping out in the kitchen. (light music ) Alrighty, mommas. Welcome back to Millennial Moms. If you guys are new, we’d love for you guys to subscribe by hitting that red button down below and join in all the mommas
here at Milennial Moms. Today’s video, I’m giving you guys tips on how to get your kiddos
in the kitchen helping out because it does really
create great family memories in the kitchen. Today’s video is sponsored
by Cooked Perfect Meatballs, so I would like to thank them
for sponsoring today’s video. Without further ado, let’s get
right on to tip number one. Alrighty mommas, the first tip is actually getting your
kiddos in the kitchen. Getting them in the kitchen to help out not only gets them excited
about cooking and learning and all that fun stuff but actually gets them excited
about actually eating dinner. Whether it’s something that
they don’t normally like to eat or normally wouldn’t eat, it actually gets them excited
because they helped cook it themself, and they put so
much time and effort into it that they actually sit
down and end up eating it. Like I said, Cooked Perfect
Meatballs is sponsoring today’s video, and it is
an easy and convenient way to get a delicious
family meal on the table that even your kids can help out with. Today we’re making beef
stroganoff with meatballs using the angus beef flavor. You can easily switch
that out for some turkey or even the chicken meatballs, as well. These Cooked Perfect Meatballs are made using select meats,
real cheeses, and herbs. Then they are flame broiled
to seal in all the flavor. You can also find them in other flavors like Italian style,
gluten free Italian style, home style, and sweet Italian. You can find them right
in the freezer section right at Walmart, which
there’s Walmarts all around us. Hey, March 9th is actually
National Meatball Day. So get those kids in the kitchen cooking up some meatballs with you. For this beef stroganoff meal, I’m just taking the angus
beef flavor meatballs. I’m gonna put in some
beef broth, some ketchup, as well as sour cream. You’re going to mix that all in together and this cooked in, probably, I want to say maybe 20 minutes or less. It cooked up extremely fast, and of course my daughter
was able to help out with every part of the way because you’re just tossing
the ingredients right in the pan and letting
the meatballs just soak up even more flavor from the
beef broth and all that stuff. Let’s be honest: what kid is
not gonna want to help out in the kitchen and have fun cooking up some meatballs for dinner? Definitely go ahead and check them out. All their information is down below in the description box
so you can learn more about Cooked Perfect Meatballs. (light music) Next tip is actually teaching it early on. Getting them in the kitchen
as little as you can to get them doing simple little tasks even if it’s rinsing off
something in the sink or whatever it may be,
or pouring the oil in, or mixing something really simple. Getting them in the kitchen
creates a good family routine and the kids know when
mom’s in the kitchen then they can get in and help, as well. It actually crates good family time. It’s a great way to go ahead
and bond with the kids. Next tip is give them easy tasks. Give them stuff that’s good for their age. I’m not gonna give, if
I had a four year old, a sharp knife to go ahead and cut with or anything like that. Give them easy tasks that you
know that they’re gonna feel great about themselves at the end because they did it all by themself. Next tip is tell good, fun family memories when you’re cooking. That goes ahead and creates
its own family memories in itself, and you can go ahead
and bring up great memories that you had cooking in
the kitchen with your mom. Do you know that this dinner I learned how to cook from Nanna? – No. – This is something that Nanna cooks. That way you kind of
set the base to go ahead and set your own family memories for them to carry on in tradition. Last tip is make it fun. What kid does not want to be
in the kitchen having fun? Turn on some music,
sing and dance your way throughout the whole dinner process. It makes it go by faster,
creates those family memories. What kid does not want
to be dancing and cooking in the kitchen? Just saying. Alright you guys, that is it. I hope you guys enjoyed all these tips. Go ahead and leave your tips down below how you guys get your kids cooking in the kitchen with you. I would like to thank
Cooked Perfect Meatball for sponsoring today’s video once again. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. If you guys have not yet subscribed, you can do so by clicking
right over there. If you missed yesterday’s video, you can go ahead and click
right there and check it out. If you want to see more from me, you can click right up there and check out more from me. Until next time, we will see
you guys in the next one. Bye you guys.

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