FREE Ecourse to Teach Kids Knife Skills!

I found author Katie Kimball through the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2016, and I will be reviewing her book Kids Cook Real Food Recipe Book soon, but I had to tell you about this FREE teach kids knife skills!

It's only available for the next two weeks, then it gets locked away in the vault. This is something that terrifies me as a mother but I know it has to be done. I'm looking forward to seeing how my kids take to it, and then forcing them to help me cook :) Check out the video below for the description of the course, text is below if you can't play the video.  Feel free to comment with how you liked the course!
Imagine your kids eating vegetables, helping prep for dinner, and making breakfast for you while you sip your coffee. Working with food encourages kids to try new things, but fruits and vegetables almost always require knives...
Does the idea of letting your kids use knives make you squeamish? Let a trained teacher bring knife skills and safety to your children in the comfort of your own home.
For two weeks only, you can get 3 free classes from the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse. Watch one with your kids like a regular class and polish your own skills with the other two (they're just for adults). 
What you'll learn in these short videos:
  • Basic knife skills and techniques for kids age two to teen
  • Mastery of the three safe ways to hold food while cutting
  • How child development impacts your child's readiness to learn new skills
  • The #1 mistake that destroys your chance of enjoying time in the kitchen with your kids
  • A tested 3-step process for teaching kids in the kitchen so young cooks learn basic skills the right way
They'll all disappear back into the course on June 6, so sign up now and plan a day to work with your kids in the kitchen - you'll be amazed at what they can do! 
The 3 videos are:
  1. Knife Skills Training for Kids
  2. Adult Tips: Challenges You Might Encounter
  3. The Biggest Mistake Parents Make

Here’s a little list of what is covered in the course:
  • Carrying glass dishes to serve
  • Spreading
  • Peeling vegetables
  • Slicing with a dull knife
  • Dull knife cross hatch pattern
  • Measuring ingredients - spoons and cups
  • Blending spice mixes
  • Soaking dry beans
  • Careful Pouring
  • Making a salad
  • Working with dough
  • Peeling hard-boiled eggs
  • Setting the table
  • Making homemade salad dressings
  • Introduction to sharp knives
  • Cracking eggs
  • Mixing simple recipes independently
  • Cooking rice
  • Stovetop safety
  • Flipping pancakes
  • Rolling dough
  • Browning ground beef
  • Sautéing vegetables
  • Using a small appliance (food processor taught)
  • Sharp knife skills, levels 1-4 (straight vegetables, peppers, onions, melons, apples)
  • Crushing garlic
  • Making a white sauce/cheese sauce
  • Oven safety
  • Cooking eggs
  • Steaming vegetables
  • Cooking dry beans
  • Washing the table


  • “My kids (ages 8, 10) absolutely love it! It has even helped my picky eater want to try new foods. We have multiple food allergies in our home and try to cook only real food already, but I didn't know how to teach my kids the techniques. I am learning so much too!”
  • “You laid everything out so well that we had a GREAT laid back experience at the stove with FIRE. Who would have thought?!?! SO THANKFUL for this.”
  • “Since my daughter is helping with making the seasonings, she now doesn't hate ranch dressing and taco seasoning!!! woohoo! Its as though making it herself changes it.”
  • “I loved the practice the boys got on those basic kitchen skills. They were both excited that they're on their way to being able to cook on their own. My 7-year-old was like, “Now I can follow any recipe and cook anything!’”
  • “Actually, it was the best time I've had in the kitchen with my kids for a long time!”
  • “As soon as I started [the adult video], I don't even know how the kids knew, but they were swarming like bees. They love this cooking class!”
  • “I LOVE that this lesson enabled my daughter to make a dinner that the whole family enjoyed - the rice was amazingly delicious!”

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