Tamara Mannelly

Kid's Kitchen: Making a Fruit Salad - www.ohlardy.com
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You know I love getting kids in the kitchen!  I really think it is the best way to get kids to be interested in eating healthier food.  Giving a child the tools and independence to cook for themselves is a gift that will last forever!

I feel strongly that it is my role as a parent, to help my daughter learn how to nourish her body and mind with real food.  Believe me, my daughter eats her share of junk, but I want to help her learn that real food is good food!

Last month, I posted our first Kid's Kitchen and my daughter demonstrated making her go to peanut butter and jelly sandwich!  This month, she chose to make a fruit salad.

Given the proper tools and easy to work with fruits, any child can make their own fruit salad!  Enjoy!

Ingredients:

  • Soft fruit, easy to cut or peel
  • Examples: bananas, clementine oranges, berries, grapes, ripe mango, etc.
  • Combine all fruit in bowl and enjoy!

I love this crinkle cutter.  My daughter cuts a lot of things with it.  She learned to use it when she was 3 years old in Montessori school!

Here are some other tips for getting kids in the kitchen:

8 Ways to Get Kids Involved in the Kitchen from Don't Mess with Mama

10 Recipes to Cook with Your Kids from 100 Days of Real Food

Cooking with Kids from Natural Family Today

 

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5 Comments on “Kid’s Kitchen: Making a Fruit Salad”

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing such a fantastic recipe. Looks perfect delicious. I really like to appreciate. I have never made it before, as it seems like a large and daunting task, but I am going to go ahead and get some and try it out now!

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