Want a way to include your kids in making a fast, delicious breakfast?
There’s just about nothing as comforting as freshly-made warm cinnamon toast. All I have to do is think back to the smell, crunch and fantastic flavor and I remember exactly where I was the first time a next door neighbor friend of mine taught me how to make it in my slightly younger kid days.
The complete kid-friendly to make step-by-step recipe you can get by clicking this link shows your kids how to make either traditional cinnamon toast just the way I learned it and how to add a good shot of longer lasting power by adding nut butter and jam — and even dried fruit.
But there’s more to this recipe than what you see here. Just like the new Gotta’ Eat, Can’t Cook Dorm Room Food step-by-step video and picture book that’s intended to start a conversation with college students about making food in their dorm rooms using minimal equipment, there’s a new Gotta’ Eat, Can’t Cook kid-friendly book in the works.
Along with empowering kids by helping them fend for themselves in the kitchen with recipes that don’t involve using a sharp knife or hot stove, the new book is about listening and responding in a new and innovative way. Just comment here if there’s a recipe you or your kids would like to see in easy to use step-by-step video and picture book format. I’ll make it, shoot it and put it up. Easy!