I’ve Been Featured In The Chef Boyardee Little Chefs Ebook ~ Giveaway

I am thrilled to share with you a project that has been in the works for a while now, I have been featured in an ebook created by Chef Boyardee as part of the Little Chef’s program. I am super excited about this little project because one of my personal goals for 2012 was to publish an ebook.

The Little Chef’s ebook is a collaborative effort from many bloggers, and I am honored to have been asked to contribute to the content. My contributions appear in chapter 5 “Fun with Flavors,” which begins on page 29. You’ll even find a picture of my K enjoying a few of her favorite (slightly unusual flavors) capers, edamame and green olives!

I hope you will check out our ebook and learn new ways to enjoy cooking with your little chef’s in the kitchen.

Chef Boyardee Little Chefs Project ebook

There is still more to come from the Little Chef’s Project, including live cook-a-longs where you can virtually meet the authors and get even more tips on enjoying the kitchen with kids. I will be chatting live on November, 8 and will remind you soon to join me for Fun with Flavors. Feel free to stop by and check in with the authors of Family Time on November 1 as well.


Chec Boyardee Giveaway

To help you enjoy time with your little chef’s, here’s a fun giveaway. One lucky reader will win a prize pack that includes:

  • Kids’ kitchen measure and prep kit
  • Kids’ recipe box
  • Scrapbook album
  • 2 Chef Boyardee chef hats
  • Chef Boyardee adult apron
  • Chef Boyardee child apron
  • Chef Boyardee pizza kit
  • Time capsule
  • 2 coupons for free Chef Boyardee Beefaroni
  • 5 Chef Boyardee recipe cards

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This post is brought to you by Chef Boyardee and TheMotherhood, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

31 thoughts on “I’ve Been Featured In The Chef Boyardee Little Chefs Ebook ~ Giveaway”

  1. Oh, my kids don’t explore new flavors, unless that new flavor comes in a candy wrapper. 😉

    Seriously, though, I just ask them to try everything once. If they don’t like it, they don’t have to finish it. And when they don’t like something, I continue to offer it to them with the hope that maybe they’ll come around.

  2. We try to encourage them to try it once, and explain why some foods are better then others. I think explaining the reason you have them try it helps.

  3. We sit down as a family and eat the same things. The rule in our house is that you always have to try something. You can’t just look at it and say “I don’t like it”. Who knew my 5 year old would love pistachios?

  4. I encourage them to try at least a bite (sometimes my husband needs that encouragement too!). Sometimes things taste a lot better than they look or sound. 🙂

  5. I try and get him to try new foods by trying them with him or giving the food cute names. I can also get him to eat it by feeding his toy Dora.

  6. Having a garden helps them want to eat new foods. And being apart of it and watching it grow makes the veggies and fruit more interesting and they are more willing to try it. Thanks!

  7. They like almost everything so they are ready to eat and try. Makes it easy for me. Rain is alittle pickier-like with broccoli, but we have him just try a small piece.

  8. I cut new veggies and fruits in bite size pieces and serve them with a dip

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  9. I try to make the food fun with things like making faces with raisins and celery etc and my kids will eat just about anything if they have ranch to dip it in!

  10. My little girl is only 15 months old so I just give her the new foods to try. I will eat along with her and comment on how good it is. If she spits it out, I sing to her “if you’re happy and you know it eat your food” and we clap and laugh and then most of the time she will eat the food. She just loves dinner and a show I guess. 🙂

  11. We try to encourage our kids to try new flavors of foods by having them available in the home and setting good examples by trying them ourselves.


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