Welcome to week 4 of Kitchen Classroom, where America’s Test Kitchen Kids is sharing a daily schedule of kid-tested and kid-approved recipes, experiments, activities, and quizzes. Many of us have been home from work and school for nearly a month. How are you holding up? Is there anything you’d like to see in future weeks of Kitchen Classroom? Let us know.
This week, we’re starting off with some simple science experiments using bubbly seltzer water. Let the kids take charge of dinner by making Meatballs using our recipe specially designed for 5- to 8-year-olds, but delicious for young chefs of all ages! We’ve also got a creative, colorful, and salty art activity; easy (and gluten-free) Peanut Butter Cookies; and a foolproof recipe for hard-cooked eggs (just in time for Easter). Finally, mix up a big batch of DIY Pancake Mix for family brunch this weekend (and next week’s breakfasts, too).
Don’t forget to share what your family makes by tagging @testkitchenkids or using #atkkids on Instagram, or by sending us photos firstname.lastname@example.org. And check out the America’s Test Kitchen Kids website for more culinary content, designed especially for kids, plus all of the Kitchen Classroom content in one place.
Here’s what’s cooking for the week of April 6th through 12th.