Why We Love the “Camp Kitchen” Guide!
I think it’s so important to teach your kids how to cook! Not only is it a critical life skill, but cooking [from scratch] is “the single most important thing we could do as a family to improve our health and general well-being.” So don’t send them off into the world not knowing how to prepare some good-for-you meals. That would be quite a shock, and honestly, a disservice when they move out on their own! It’s never too late to start, and with summer here, there’s no better time than now to spend some quality time in the kitchen with your kids. Despite all the learning our children do when they are off at school, there are some important household duties, such as cooking, cleaning, and laundry, that just aren’t covered under the school curriculum. That’s why I’m a big fan of the “Camp Kitchen” Guide, a 44-page PDF created by our very own Kiran (mother of four, Holistic Health Coach, and part of our team for 7 years now)! Read on to see how you can easily get your kids cooking this summer or go ahead and grab your copy now.
– In a world that seems to revolve around digital distractions and begging for screen time, coming up with engaging activities that will keep your kids entertained and allow for you to spend some quality time together can be a struggle…
With “Camp Kitchen” you can spend some quality time with your kids, they can learn new skills, and you can do it without breaking the bank! (And did I mention that they would have fun learning to create and enjoy healthy culinary creations?)
- 5 Themed Days (with 3 Recipes Each)
- A Supply Checklist for Everything You’ll Need
- Shopping Lists & Visuals for Each Day
- Guidelines for Involvement No Matter the Age or Experience Level
- Healthy Meals that are Fun to Make and to Eat
Camp doesn’t need to be a huge financial or time commitment. With Camp Kitchen, your child can learn valuable lessons along with life skills in the kitchen for less than a meal out. Plus, you don’t have to schedule trips back and forth to get them to and from camp activities because all they need to do is head into your kitchen. Cooking camps can cost hundreds of dollars and have no guarantees. Sure they’ll cook while they’re there—but what about afterward? Will they be able to take what they learn and bring it into your kitchen? Camp Kitchen enables them to learn in an environment that is familiar and will provide the setting for endless meal creations to come.
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Q: How much is Camp Kitchen? Camp Kitchen is a digital guide that will give you everything your kids need to create their very own culinary creations. The cost is $14 to download and it is yours to use over and over again! Q: Is it a book? Camp Kitchen is a digital product that can be viewed on your phone, tablet or computer. You can also print out the pages and put them in a binder if you prefer. Q: Are ingredients included? No. You will have to purchase ingredients (part of the process!) with the included shopping lists. Q: What type of payment is accepted? Credit cards and PayPal are the accepted forms of payment. To pay with PayPal, click “Use another card” during checkout. You will then see the PayPal option. Q: Am I required to cook with my kids? It’s up to you how you divvy up tasks. You know best based on your child’s age and ability. This eBook is intended for kids aged 4 and up. Q: Do we have to do 5 days in a row? Not at all! Create a schedule that works for you. This could mean 5 days in a row, once a week, over a break or every Tuesday/Thursday. Q: Are the recipes seasonal, gluten-free, or nut-free? Most of the ingredients can be found year-round, or some version of them (i.e. frozen) can be. All recipes have gluten free options, and they can be nut free, too. Q: What is your return policy? Returns are accepted for 14 days from the day of purchase. Please contact Kiran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An easy, economical and
enjoyable way to get your
kids in the kitchen.
- Perfect for kids ages 4+
- Ideal for summer break, spring break, winter break or even weekends! Do it on your schedule
- A great option for homeschooling
- Fun for everyone—and you get to enjoy the foods afterwards