This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!
Welcome to this week’s giveaway!
From Samantha Barnes, founder of Raddish:
“Mix math, simmer science, and stir up fun with Raddish!
Raddish is a monthly cooking kit and curriculum for kids. It’s the perfect holiday gift for aspiring foodies and homeschool families looking to add delicious fun to their studies!
Designed by a team of educators and chefs, we believe the kitchen classroom is the tastiest place to learn! With Raddish, nearly every academic subject comes to life for children of all ages.
Monthly themes are academic (Kitchen Chemistry), seasonal (Grateful Table), global (Bon Appetit), and creative (Food Is Art).
Each kit includes illustrated and educational recipe guides, a skill card that teaches culinary techniques, table talk conversation starters, kitchen tools or materials for creative activities, and an adorable embroidered patch for your child’s Raddish apron.”
“In addition, each month Raddish provides digital lesson plans to complement each kit, as well as recipes and other extension activities ensuring the value of this kit lasts all month long – and beyond!
Said one homeschool mom of two: “Raddish helped bridge the gap between my kids liking to cook and being independent in the kitchen.”
Wrote another, “Raddish is fun, educational, full of value, fresh, and high quality. I love it and the fun I’m having with my kids!”
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One lucky winner will receive a 3 month subscription to Raddish, a Raddish apron, and our popular kitchen chemistry kit — a total value of $111!
How to Win
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To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering the question: How old are your kids, and what is your favorite recipe to cook together?
Note: This giveaway is open to those in the US only. So sorry, international readers!
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Raddish is offering 20% off your first kit with purchase of a 3, 6, or 12 month membership.
This offer is valid through November 30, 2015. Just use code SIMPLEHOMESCHOOL at checkout.
This giveaway has ended and the winner is Tracey, who wrote: “Our children are 5,7, & 9 and they love helping make weekend breakfast–pancakes, waffles, biscuits from scratch.”
I have a 6 yr old and a three year old. Surprisingly the three year old helps most in the kitchen. I’m curious if this program might light my 6 yr old’s culinary flame, but as of now we like to bake Asian Foil Salmon together best, that’s his favorite meal.
Mine are like this! My 2 year old cannot NOT be involved in the kitchen. The 5 year old only comes out egged the salad spinner is present!
My eight year old loves to help me bake but hasn’t gotten into anything savory yet
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8, 4, and 2. Cookies!
The kids are 6 and 4, and they love to make pizza, brownies, cookies, and banana bread.
My 9 year old loves to bake!
I have a 10, 8, and 1 year old. Our favorite thing to cook is breakfast – the boys handle the eggs or pancake flipping, while I fill in the gaps…
My kids are 17, 12 and 10. My 12 year old is the one who likes to be in the kitchen making things. Together, anything sweet would be our favorite thing to make together. She especially likes smoothies and anything she can eat (she’s gluten and diary free, so any recipe for dessert that doesn’t include those is a hit).
I have a 8,6,4 and 2 year old and one on the way…….. They all love to help in the kitchen! My 2 year old helped me make biscuits this weekend, it was priceless. 🙂
My budding chefs are 10, 9, 7, 4, and 18 months. The older ones love to have the responsibility of preparing a meal by themselves (scrambled eggs and toast or cut up veggies with hummus for example) the also love to help Daddy season and grill things.
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7 & 5 yr olds that love to cook! The youngest loves to do breakfast and the oldest loves to cook dinner. Her favorite dinner so far to make is enchiladas!
I have 12, 11 and soon-to-be 7 year old daughters who loves being and helping in the kitchen! Our favorite recipes are usually breads and cookies! My oldest is now starting to take the initiative to cool dinners-which has been great! This Raddish Kit would be a great addition to their growing curiosity of cooking and baking!
My kiddos are 9, 6, 4, 2 & 10 mo. Their favorite thing to make with me varies. Anything they can participate in, but they love helping with cinnamon rolls!
3 & nearly 5. They love making pancakes with us. But my daughter (3) will help with any and all cooking. She’s learning to cut using a butter knife & mushrooms. Sure, the pieces aren’t uniform, but she enjoys helping.
My girls are 8 and 5. They love to help cook everything!!
We have a 6 and 3 year old, plus a 6 month old. My kids love to help make pizza!
I have a six year old and we love to bake (anything and everything!) together.
My kids are 5, 3.5 and 1. The older two love to make eggs (crack, mix, and scramble) and they all enjoy doing anything sweet or anything using kitchen appliances!
My daughter is 5 yrs old and she loves making hand breaded chicken strips with me & loves helping in the kitchen!
Oh my! This is RIGHT up my alley! I LOVE to cook and bake with my three kids. It is my favorite thing to do with them, and as we started homeschooling I have been trying to find creative ways to weave learning different subjects with cooking. A subscription might be an excellent Christmas or birthday gift for our kids! I would SO love to try this out.
I have a seven year old and a ten year old that both love to cook and experiment with new ideas in the kitchen. We are currently tackling homemade cinnamon rolls recipies that has become quick favorite. I love this idea of inspiring teaching, exploring, and cooking!
My kids are 12, 7 and 1. My older two love to bake! Brownies, muffins and cookies. This would be so fun for them!
My kids are now 14, 16 and 26. We love baking holiday cookies together and their favorite dinner to help make is inside out chicken cordon bléu.
My kids are 8, 10, and 14. We rotate through “kid of the day”, who then gets certain privileges as well as responsibilities. Recently, one of the responsibilities has been to help prepare dinner. However, I think our favorite thing to make in the kitchen is dessert, because then we get to lick the bowl and spoon! 🙂
My kids are 10,9,6,3. They love to help me bake. Anything that involves stirring up a bunch of ingredients or dropping things into the mixer is so easy to include them. Cookies, muffins, breads, brownies, etc. The older two are also tall enough to reach the stove, so they have started helping to stir sauces and soups, brown meat, etc.
My children are 6 and 20 months old. My 6-year old likes to make pizza, sandwiches, and cookies! My 20-month old likes to watch for now.
My boss are 2 and 5. The 2 year old wants to do ALL the things in the kitchen. Mr. 5 year old is pretty much only involved in making zucchini bread and spinning the salad spinner. Those are his favorites.
11, 10, 7, and 5. Baking brownies, cakes and cream puffs are all favorites. They also love to help peel the vegetables.
1, 4, and almost 10. They especially like making desserts for obvious reasons 😉
I have 4 kiddos (ages 7, 5, 3, 1) and our favorite thing to cook is homemade pizza crust and mini pizzas!
My kids are 16, 13, and 12. My 12-year old LOVES to cook and especially bake. We often bake together and try new techniques.
I have a three-year-old and just turned five-year-old. We love to make pumpkin butter together at this time of year. It is a great cooking time for us as well as a way for us to make homemade presents for those in our neighborhood. We include a loaf of homemade bread that the kids play an integral part of making as well! It is a fun and delicious time for the kids and teaches them to Think of others and be grateful for people in our lives. They are so proud when they give us gifts away !!
10, 9 and 7. Pizza!
My kids are 8, 6, and 5. They like making cookies and breads with me in the kitchen.
Mine are 8, 6, 5, 3, and 1. We all love to make our own pizzas– mix & roll out the dough, & “decorate” them! We also love to mix up healthy smoothies. My 6 year old will join me for nearly any kitchen activity; he’s learning how to use a sharp knife safely & to stir carefully over a hot pan. Raddish is right up his alley!
7,4, 6mos : oatmeal cookies
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My children are 5,3, and 1. As a family we love baking cookies together; my oldest also likes to crack eggs and make breakfast for all of us.
My children are 7, 10, and 12 and have been helping to cook since they were wee ones. We love to bake sweet treats together and my children like to make various soups, pasta dishes, and salads on their nights to cook dinner.
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We have a 7,5 &3 year old..who all beg to be in the kitchen…until clean up lol! The youngest likes to make peanut butter roll ups and my 5 enjoys cutting out the homemade dog biscuits and running the mixer. My 7 is manning the breakfast station these days!
4 & 6
Eggs and bread are the two things my kids consistently help with!
My kids are 7, 5, 3 and 6months and the older kids love to make pizza with me. I’ll let them make their own with their choice of ingredients. Always messy!
My sons are 12, 6 and 2. We like to make chunky monkey muffins together.
13 & 15 year olds, they mostly cook simple pasta dishes.
Our children are ages 6, 11, and 13 and recently we’ve been making pretzels!
What a great giveaway! My kids love to cook! They are ages 14, 12, and 9. We like to cook shrimp dishes, and pigs in a blanket 🙂
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My kids are 8, 7, 5, 3, and 4 months. They all (except for the baby of course!) love to help chop and stir, but my 8 year-old especially is really into baking and cooking. She loves to make pancakes, cookies, eggs….she’s really up for anything!
My three year old loves to help me cook, but, his favorite thing to help with, is baking cookies. 🙂
12,10, and 6. Breakfast is our favorite thing to cook together.
My kids are 8 and 4. My 4-year-old loves making up his own recipes. We also bake a lot of muffins, cakes, and cookies.
My kids are 6 & 7 years old. Our favorite thing to make together is cakes and cookies! We always cook dinner together and my girls love to make salads!
My daughters are 6 and 9. My youngest likes helping out with just about anything, but she’s great at picking leaves off of herbs or kale, tearing lettuces. My oldest loves to make home made salsa and her own crazy concoctions with add ins to nutella and peanut butter, or tuna “swords” – tuna salad on celery sticks with goldfish swimming across the top. Don’t ask me how the word matches the snack, but in her mind it does! 🙂
I have three under four. So we do lots of baked goods.
My kids are 12, 11 and 6. We love cooking all sorts of things and do lots of cooking and baking for 4H. Our favorite I think is snickerdoodles. Something they can all do together and each has a set job.
10. We love making chocolate chip banana bread together. He just learned to make hash browns for his grandpa.
My kids are 6 and 4 and we love to make homemade muffins. Lemon crumb is their favorite! 🙂
11 – no bakes
9 – spaghetti
7 – bread
4 – cake
1 – messes
This is the first time I hear about this curriculum and it looks so fun. Never even though that a recipe can be turned into pictures, so that the kids can understand and relate better to the process. My children and 6 and 4. They have kneaded bread, helped with pancakes, rolled and decorated cookies, and most recently made lasagna, which included writing down the recipe (the little one did it in pictures).
My girl is 9. Picky eater, but likes to play in the kitchen. I like when the play turns into trying new foods.
6 and 9. We love making pancakes and crazy concoctions just to see if they will turn out or not after baking.
My boys are almost 8 and almost 5 ???? The first thing they say when I go into the kitchen is “Can I help? What are you making?” They love to help! We especially love to bake; bread and cake. Yum!
My kids are 6 and 9 – they love working in the kitchen and baking and cooking. This would be a great way to integrate more learning into the kitchen!!
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My quiver of kids is broken into two sets. It goes 25, 20, 20, 19, 19, and then 7, and 4. Traditional holiday recipes were our favorite to cook together with my older kids, but I haven’t cooked much with the younger bunch. My 7 and 4 yr old are new homeschoolers and are my full focus since all the others are now off in college.
My kids are 9, 3, and 1. My oldest loves to help me bake, and be involved whenever I’m cooking. Her favorite thing to help cook is probably scrambled eggs. She can’t get enough of cracking eggs!
My kids are 2, 4, 7, and 8. There is always at least one in the kitchen with me at all times, so I don’t know if we have any set favorites to help with. If I had to pick though, probably something that involved licking off the beaters at the end!
My daughter is 7 and we love to be in the kitchen! So much learning going on in there. Our favorite recipe to make is homemade pizza dough and making homemade pizza with all our favorite toppings. This would be an incredible Christmas gift for her!
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We have 2 boys and their ages are 4 and 1. They work and play in the kitchen beside me from day one! We have a learning tower my husband built which is a favorite of my 4 year old. He helps measure, mix and cut as I cook while the baby plays. Our favorite thing to make are muffins. I would love to incorporate cooking this upcoming year in our learning at home!
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My girls are 10 and 11. They like to make desserts. Lucky me!
5, 3, and 3 months. They’ve only made cutout cookies and we would like to expand their repertoire!
My kids are 5, 3 and 19 months. Our favorite recipe to make together is honey muffins.
My kids are 6, 5, and 1. We like to make cookies, although the youngest is far more interested in deconstruction 🙂
My kids are 5 and 7, and they love to help bake anything, but especially cookies. Gingerbread cookies at Christmas is their all time favorite. Thank you for the opportunity to win!
6 years – we love to bake together, usually muffins or quick bread. I suspect it is licking the batter off the spoon that he looks forward to….
My girl is 11 years old and we have a family tradition of making chocolate chip cookies 🙂
My son is four, and he helps me cook every day – though his ‘favorite’ might be anything with chocolate. 🙂
My kids are 6 and 4. They love to make pancakes and scrambled eggs independently and they love to help me with anything I’m making!
My son is 3 and he loves helping in the kitchen. Usually I put the wet ingredients into a large measuring cup for him to put it. It gets a little messy but it’s one of the most fun things we do as a family together.
We have a 6 year old and 6 month old. Strawberry and blueberry pancakes are one of our favorites.
My kids are 9,7,5, & 2. I don’t like cooking anything with them because I’m exhausted from making food three times a day as it is. I’d love help with this! 🙂
Age 7, depression cake and chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes.
My kids are 10 and 8 and we love prepping veggies for roasting and baking ANYTHING for the holidays! Thank you!
4 years old and Pad Thai!
My kids are 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 and 4 months. We are on the even years. 🙂 My 10 year old is an avid chef and she loves to experiment with healthy recipes in the kitchen! Our favorite thing to make together are healthy sweet treats!
I shared on Facebook. I should add my daughter turns 5 this week, I’m just used to listing her age as 4!
My daughter loves to make scrambled eggs for the family. She’s the best one for the job!
My girls are 13, 11, and 8. We love to make Chicken Tacos and fresh Salsa together!
our kids are 3, 5, & 7– we do pizza and working on snacks and sandwiches– a slow start but a start
6 and 4. We love to bake together – cookies, cakes, bread, quick breads.
6, 4, 2.
We love to make pancakes and cookies!
My daughter is 4 and loves to cook anything that involves her cracking an egg. She’s actually pretty good at it, too! At least as good as I am. We mostly make banana muffins.
8, 6, and almost 5. We love making cookies together!
Hi and thank you for a chance at winning such a great giveaway! I have an 8, 6, 4 and 2 year old. Our favorite recipe to make together is banana bread. : ) Thank you again!
Boys – ages 7 and 9. The boys learned as preschoolers to make scrambled eggs and toast and that is still their favorite thing to make.
This is soo prefect! Just this morning I was thinking about finding something on-line for my 10 yr old! She adores creating in the kitchen and has recently taken up many food projects! Her favorite thing to cook is baking and making pies 🙂
thanks for the chance !
My kiddos are 10, 8, and 3… and we mostly bake cookies together in the kitchen. (Usually pumpkin chocolate chip!)
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My kids just turned 4 and 6. They love cooking soups with me and any kind of baking where they can “dump” in ingredients!
13. 11. 9, & 7 … Together, we like making pizza/calzones on Friday nights …
My children are 13, 11 and 5. My oldest likes to help with his allergy friendly foods. My 11 loves making anything and my youngest loves to stir anything. 🙂
My girls are 6 and 4. Their favorite recipes are pumpkin chocolate chip pancakes and meatballs. We love to be in the kitchen.
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My kids are 9, 7, 3, and 1…and we have a 10-month old foster child…The little ones aren’t cooking much, but the older ones and I love making chocolate chip cookies together. We also make an easy bread recipe together. I’m trying to get them in the kitchen more because they are really at an age where they are ripe to learn!
My kids are 14,12,10, and 7.
WE love to bake together, corn bread being the favorite !
I have 5 and 3 year olds boys and our favorite thing to make together is COOKIES!!!
Our kids are 13, 12, 10, 8, 4, and 2. The older four have all mastered chocolate chip cookies, and some simple dinners. The four and two year olds love pouring and mixing.
7, 5, 2.5. Our favorite recipe right now is gingerbread cookies.
My kids are 11, 8, 6, 3 and 1. Our favorite things to cook together are: 1) breakfast for dinner ( baked French toast, fruit, bacon or sausage) and Indian breads that they can roll and help bake/fry. The littles usually end up sampling more than “helping” with the cooking and clean up 🙂
Our girls are 10 and 13 and our favorite dish to make together is lumpia. 🙂
My son is 12, and loves to make a blackened chicken recipe. He thought it up several years ago, and it’s his go-to!
My girls are 10 and 7, I’m blessed that they love to cook like their mommy! Homemade bread is the favorite because you get your hands dirty lol. I love my girls!
My kids are 5 and 9. We love to cook together and this would be a wonderful addition to our homeschool month. Our favorite things to make together are desserts. (b/c they love to lick the spoons 🙂
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My children are 8, 5, and 3. We love to make brownies together!
My kids are 13, 12, 10, 7, and 5 months. They love to cook but I don’t get to do it as much with them as I would like! Lots of kids and a harried life! My oldest likes to make pancakes and MonteCristos, the others like to make just about anything I allow. My daughter loves to bake! This Radish program is just what we need! Maybe it would help me let them cook more!
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My daughter is one and she LOVES anything that uses my KitchenAid mixer! But really, anything in the kitchen, she seems to really enjoy! 🙂
My kids are 8, 6, 4, 2, and 1. They love cooking treats together though I’m a bigger fan of meals. 😉
My daughter is 12 and my son is 9. My daughter likes to try new recipes. She likes the intricate details…decorating..icing. We always make chocolate chip cookies together. When they are cooled for a few minutes we stand there and eat half of what we made with a nice cold glass of milk:)
My daughter is 10. We love baking together and she’s learning to do more regular cooking. She’ll be exploring more new foods, as she just broke her arm and I recommended she research foods that heal broken bones. This would be a FUN addition to our homeschool day, and one she can participate in that does not require writing, as she broke her dominant arm. I also shared on ALL THREE social media platforms. Thanks!
I would have to say that now that one of our chicks is allergic to gluten (she’s had all the signs but the tests were always neg), making gf meals from THM and Paleo sites. Tonight we are making peanut butter cakes in mini tins that are gf and cook in the micro. AND go with our thai chicken peanut lettuce wraps!!!! Trying to keep them involved (especially my son) so they can be actively involved in their food prep and health when they leave the nest. 14, 12, 8 and 5 in Heaven. Oh the wraps are from Mrs. Criddle’s Kitchen!
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5, 9- Together we cook meals from every country we study. Recently we enjoyed making Irish Stew with soda bread, and when we studies about Scotland we made Meat pie and scottish shortbread. My kids love cooking days.
My kiddos are 7, 6, 4 (triplets), 3, and 19 months. They all love helping with anything I’m cooking, but especially cookies.
My kids are 11,8,6,3. We love to cook desserts together!
My kiddo is 11. She has a few coordination issues so we haven’t done too much cooking yet. Baking is her favorite thing to do because of the results. A batch of cookies or cupcakes is the best. I’m thinking its time to begin entree planning, shopping, and cooking.
My daughter is 5 and LOVES to bake! She could care less about what we are baking as long as we are doing it together and she gets to pour the ingredients in 🙂
My kids are 4 and 7. We homeschool and are loving it! This kit would be so much fun! We love to make pizza and burritos together:)
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I have three boys ages almost 5, 3 and 19 months with baby #4 on the way. My boys ALWAYS want to help me in the kitchen and even though it makes kitchen duty take a lot of extra time and makes 3xs the mess, it’s so worth it. Their favorite is pizza! We make everything fresh from scratch and after I mix the dough everybody gets their own portion to roll out and sauce up and cheese-ify! Finished product is one main normal-looking pizza and special shapes of mini pizzas. The look on their accomplish faces is priceless! Some lucky girls will thank me one day!;)
My kids are 9, 7, and 4. The like to help out with lots of things. Cookies and muffins are probably favorites. They also like to help with pizza or bread dough, or any little task like sprinkling cheese.
My daughter is 10. We like to bake brownies.
My kids are 3, 6, and 9. They jump at any chance to help me in the kitchen, unless I’m asking them to load the dishwasher.
I have a 7 year old son and he loves making his favorite meal – pancakes. I would love to help get him interested in some more cooking.
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My kids are 8, 5, & 3. My 5 & 3 year old love to make muffins or pumpkin pancakes with me, especially the egg-cracking! My 8 year old is much more resistant to cooking with me, but yesterday I made him make some hearty tomato soup. He ended up very proud of himself, and I am sure he will be bragging at lunchtime today when he opens up his thermos of it! 🙂
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My kids are 4, 7 and 10. We love to bake cookies together!
My kids are 5 and 9. We enjoy making cookies together. Thanks
My kids are 9,7, and 5, and we love to cook anything with bacon!
My daughter is 9 1/2 and we love making chocolate chip cookies together! =)
My kids are 6,5,4 &2. My oldest kids love making muffins. Everyone loves making their own pizza!
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My 12 year old and I love coming up with different waffle recipes!
My daughter is 12 and we enjoy making lemon ricotta crepes together:)
My kids are 1, 3, 6 and 8. The 3-year-old especially loves to help make pancakes in the morning! 🙂 And the 8 year old loves to help with whatever I’m making.
My kids are 5 and 7. They love to help bake and help make their own tacos and pizzas. My 7 year old loves to get veggies from the garden to make a salad as well. Raddish is a gift I gave my nephew last year and he loved it. My 7 year old would be thrilled to win!
Both 2. We make hummus. They push the buttons to blend it.
My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 3. This year, they have really been digging making/eating different breads like Zucchini Bread in the summer, Banana Bread whenever we have bananas that need using up, and Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bread this fall.
My kids are 10, 12, 23, 26, 26. We love to make cookies together, but honestly, I don’t feel confident in my cooking skills and have always wanted my kids to FAR excel my own abilities! We would love the experiences afforded by such a gift!
I shared this offer on Facebook and in my Homeschool Groups!
My kids are 8, 6, and 3. We love most to bake together. Brownies, cookies, and crisps!
My younger kids are 12, 10, 6 and 3. The younger ones like to take a turn stirring no matter what we are making. The older ones love to cook on their own. They all love to help me bake.
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I have s 4 year old boy and 7 year old girl, we like to bake pumpkin bread together.
My homeschool kiddos are 9 year old twin girls. We love making an old family recipe called “Oatmeal Candy” together. A lot of people know it as No Bake Cookies, but for whatever reason, my family has always called them Oatmeal Candy.
My girls are 6 and 3 years old. They love to help me with breakfast – cracking eggs, mixing batter, and stirring oatmeal! 🙂
My kids are 8, 5, and 1. My bigs each recently learned how to make their favorite comfort food: mac & cheese, and Chinese dumplings, respectively. They take great pride in making these!
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My kids are 6 and 8, and the favorite thing to cook together is any type of muffins. We have muffins every Thurs. morning. 🙂
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My son is 4 and I have another on the way! He would love this!!!!
I have a 5 year old daughter who likes to make cookies (or anything thing sweet) with me. We are about to try pumpkin scones from her magazine recipe.
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My kids are 5 and 3. The 5 year old loves to make homemade pizza with me almost every week, and to make crepes (the Russian variety called blini). The three year old is allergic to wheat and all dairy so his favorite thing to do in the kitchen is pop popcorn in a glass-lidded frying pan (we don’t have a microwave) – a great all-five-senses activity for preschoolers! 🙂
Our littles are 7, 5 and 1. We like to make banana chocolate chip muffins together. This looks like fun!
My kids are 8 and 5. They love cooking just about anything alongside me, but pizza is always a huge hit. Everyone has their own favorite toppings, so we make an event of kneading the dough and topping each pizza individually.
My kids are 16, 15, 13, 9, and 6. Our favorite recipe to cook together is pizza. Each person takes on a different task–making the dough, making the sauce, grating the cheese, dicing the toppings, then putting it all together. Many hands make light work–and make work more fun, too.
my kids are 12 and 10. My 10yr old LOVES to cook and although it is fun to cook together, I think this could really spice up our routine!! This sounds so fun!!!
My kiddo is 8 and we love to make cookies.
We have two girls, 7 and 2 years old. Our favorite thing to make together is bread/rolls, etc. We just made butter at home for a homeschool project and my daughter was super excited about eating homemade rolls with homemade butter! I love the idea of Raddish being her “own” and “independent” thing that she can do in the kitchen! Blessings 🙂
My son will enjoy It!!
My kids are 9, 7, 5, and 2! We love making cookies and cinnamon rolls!!
My son is five and he enjoys every baking session. He loves to make cupcake, cookies, bread, etc and cooking on the wok session too. He helped to cut soft ingredients and loves to stir it. With me right by his side. But the easiest of all is pancake !
My kids are 11 and 14. My oldest has special needs and I find that cooking is such a great activity for him – it helps him focus and he feels such sense of confidence when he makes something that we all like to eat! We love cooking gluten free apple crisp together.
My son is 8 and we love to bake pumpkin mini muffins together.
My sons are 6 and 3 and they love to make pancakes, waffles, and cookies!
My Boys are 7, 5, and 3. I think any kind of cookies are my boys favorite thing to help cook.
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My boys are 3 and 5 and we LOVE baking together. Banana bread muffins are our speciality.
My kids are 5 and 8 and their favorite thing to make it fettuccine Alfredo!
My kids are 8, 5, and 3. My oldest daughter is all about reading cookbooks and trying new recipes these days! My 5 year old and I make chocolate chip cookies together, and the youngest jumps in wherever he can! This would be awesome to win!
My kiddos are 9 & 12. My nine year old loves making muffins. My 12 year old needs more inspiration and is an expert at reheating Trader Joes frozen tacquitos (yes I said that)….
My last two girls at home are 8 & 10. When I went away last weekend, my husband allowed the girls to make donuts, baked ones. They had so much fun. I think baking cookies would be our favorite thing to make together.
12, 9, 2 and 9 months. We love making fresh guacamole. This would be a great- we tried out one of their boxes and thought it was pretty neat!
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My babies are 10, 9, 8, 5, 3, and 17 months. We enjoy baking (they have a sweet tooth like their Mama). Cookies, cakes, and pies are a favorite here. 🙂
9, 7, and 3. My nine year old and I love to bake, especially pumpkin muffins. She’d like to learn to cook more as well as bake.
10, 8 and 4. We love making apple pies and cranberry oatmeal cookies.
I have a 6-year-old daughter and a 5-year-old son & we cook lots of different breakfasts together. 🙂
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My kids are 8, 5, and 3. We love to bake chocolate chip cookies and spice bars, but any recipe that involves measuring and mixing ingredients is a favorite.
I have a 9 year old and 11 year old. We make pancakes together on Saturday mornings.
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I have a eight and eleven year old. We enjoy making French toast.
My daughter is four and we love to make homemade pizza together. She’s been doing it since she was 2!
My kids are 10, 9, 6, and 2. We like making individual homemade pizzas.
My kids are 6, 4, and 1. We like to make cookies and popcorn together.
My kids are 11, 2, and 4 months. My two year old loves to get the needed pans and spoons out and stir everything. My 11 year old doesn’t help in the kitchen much because it’s “boring.”
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MY girls are 6 and 9. We love baking together!
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My boys are 2 and 6. I haven’t been cooking enough with them to have a favorite recipe, but they definitely love any desserts we bake together
Leah – age 10, and Maddy – age 7, we love baking chocolate chip cookies, and making fresh squeezed lemonade!
My kids are 10,6,4 and 5 months. We love to bake chocolate chip cookies together. My kids are always helping prep for dinner.
My 6 and 4 love helping make muffins, my 2 likes adding chocolate chips to anything (especially pancakes), and my 1 eats whatever she can off the floor.
My child is 7 and we looooove to bake. Macaroni and Cheese is a close second. How is Raddish with vegetarian options? Do they provide substitute suggestions (the website says they don’t have specific diet/allergy menus at this time)?
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My 7 and 9 love to do anything in the kitchen!
My 5 and 3 year olds love to make cupcakes with sprinkles. Would love to win!
I have 3 boys (ages 12, 10 and 7) and they like to help with baking anything sweet (because they like to lick the spoon AND eat the finished product!)
My 5 kids are between ages 10 and almost 3. We are expecting a new baby girl this spring, so we’ve been working on each of them becoming competent with one lunch and one breakfast meal. They enjoy the kitchen, and I’ll have a week of meals to rely on them to prepare in the first weeks!
8 and 9. Pasta dishes with fresh herbs from the garden!
Our children are 5,7, & 9 and they love helping make weekend breakfast–pancakes, waffles, biscuits from scratch.
My kids are 7 and 11 and we love to make granola and muffins together. My bigger kid is really amazing with salads and hummus, too!
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My twins are 7. They love helping to cook breads, pancakes and egg rolls.
My children are 4 and 5, and they love making muffins and cakes – and especially enjoying the fruits of their labor after!
My 9 year old loves to bake cookies and my 7 & 5 year olds love to jump in with whatever is already going on in the kitchen.
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My six-year-old daughter Lindsay loves to cook with us and the rest of our family.
Out favorite thing to make as a family… home-made deep dish pizzas! Her favorite cooking activity would probably be manning the grill with Daddy.
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My four daughters are 7, 5, 4, and 2. They all love to help in the kitchen, but my 5 yr old wants to be a chef. Their favorite thing to make is cookies. 🙂
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My kids are 12,10,8 and two and love to cook. Their favorite thing to make together is pancakes!
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My kids are 5 and 8, we love cooking together! Their favorite is making banana bread muffins, they like to add chocolate chips to them. 🙂
My kids are 8,7,6,5 and 2. Our 6 year old really wants to do more cooking. We mostly do cookie recipes together…but I just started letting my 8 year old use a safe knife to learn chopping.
My kids are 15, 10, 7 and 7. They like to cook most anything as long as it’s with me – however the most fun are multi-step activities, such as making / decorating cookies or making pizza dough, then pizza. Yum!
My kids are 9, 4, 3, 2, and 8 months! We absolutely love making brownies together, and since we live at 5,100 ft elevation baking isn’t as simple most would think!
My boys are 8, 11, and 14. We like making cookies and macaroni & cheese together.
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Daughter age 10. We love to make canoli dip together. And shared
My children are 10 and 14. Our favorite thing to cook together is fajitas. There is lots of cutting, which the kids love.
My kids are 5 and 2.75 and we love to bake together – especially bagels! 🙂
My kids are 4 and 6 and our favorite thing to cook together in pizza and sugar cookies. Or anything that gets their hands messy!
My children are 10 and 6, and we enjoy choosing and making new ethnic meals, particularly from any countries that we are studying.
My kids are 8, 11 and 12. We love to make different fudges and candy for gifts!
My four year old and I love cooking and baking to develop number sense. I love that when we make daddy peanut butter chocolate chip cookies she’s learning math, science, literacy, and culinary arts. We’ve been looking at Radish for sometime now … would love to win it!
I have a 9b, 6b, 4g, 2g, and 4 month old girl. They love helping me mix ingredients. My oldest two have recently mastered the art of the omelet.
My kids are 12 and 9. My oldest has really become interested in cooking lately, making smoothies and baking bread are two of her favorites. My youngest likes to cook eggs.
My children are 31, 27, 26, 12 & 12! Obviously the older three are no longer homeschooled, but my youngest two daughters and I enjoy baking cakes, cookies and anything else yummy!
My daughter is 5 and loves to be in the kitchen for anything!!
My children are 7 1/2 years old and 9 months old. My daughter and I like to bake. She likes tackling new recipes rather than the same ones. We recently made hot cocoa cookies from a recipe online.
My boys are 8 and 6, but my 6 year old lives helping me in the kitchen! He loves to make bread and pies! He would absolutely love a lesson like this!
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My 11yo loves making chili with me, and my 4yo loves helping with skillet chocolate cake
My 7 year old loves to make banana bread. Surprisingly, she’s taken to fermenting sauerkraut and really enjoys tasting it throughout the process. She loves learning by doing and having a great treat at the end of her hard work.
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My kids are 10, 8, 6, and 4. The oldest one likes to prepare toast for his siblings for breakfast, but that’s about it. The other three love to help out making pizza, cookies, cake, bread…
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My daughter is almost 7 and has just fallen in love with cooking and baking. So far we love making banana bread together but just picked up a kid’s cookbook to expand our options.
My girls are four and two. They love baking anything from scratch,especially if it has eggs that need to be cracked. They enjoy cooking, but the hot stove limits quite a bit of what they can do right now.
My 10 yr old loves to cook meatloaf and my 3 yr old loves anything you have to stir. I love my messy kids!
My son is 7, my daughter is 3. Our favorite recipe to make together is good old chocolate chip cookies! They also love tortilla day!
Our kids are 7,5,3, and 8 months. We love making homemade bread together!
My kids are 11 and 9. We love to bake together…right now we are perfecting our pumpkin bread recope ????
I have a 7yo who when asked what’s your fav dish to cook she said “that yummy multi-grain bread” ( full of gluten-green goodness- Miller, flax, chia-Ted- I didn’t even know she liked it- Yey!! And my 3 yo who will only eat sprouted buckwheat and cultured veg, bananas and chia portage- AND THATS IT!!- phew it’s hard.
Hello! My kids are 6, 4 and 2, plus one due in January. My favorite thing to make with all of them involved is definitely cookies or cake, mostly because they just stand around snacking on the frosting or chocolate chips. But my favorite to actually allow them to take over and cook would be with my oldest son. He can cook his own egg on the stove without my help, of course I keep a close eye on things, but he will crack the egg, stir in seasonings, flip it and get it to the plate all without my help. 🙂 🙂
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We have two girls 12 and 11, we love baking together, cakes and pies are our fav. Our oldest daughter loves making different things for everyone to try, she is aiming towards culinary school and to hopefully own her own bakery one day. This would be great to get us all involved and learning new things.
My boys are 12 & 14. We love making Great Grandma’s recipes. Her molasses cookies are our favorite. It’s a tine for learning, loving, and beung together.
My kids are 4 & 6, we love to make zucchini muffins together:)