Comfy Cooking with Kids Ebook GIVEAWAY!!!!!

Hi Ladies! I am SO excited to introduce to you the ebook
“Comfy Cooking with Kids”!

Today, I will be giving away 10 ebooks for FREE!!!! All you have to do is comment below sharing your children’s favorite recipe. If you share this post on FB or on Pinterest, you’ll be entered twice- just let me know in the comments! 

I pray you’ll enjoy using this book as much as I enjoyed writing it. As always, I will continue to pray for your families and the ministry you’re teaching them ….starting in the kitchen! 

Love to you, Janelle

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Congratulations, Parents! You’re about to teach your children all about how to get “Comfy in the Kitchen!”

As you go through this e-book with your kiddos, you’ll teach them how to: Use many basic kitchen tools, incorporate simple cooking techniques, properly set a table, make delicious recipes the entire family will love, and even teach them how to clean-up afterwards! All of the recipes displayed are handpicked to be simple enough for small children to make with a parent and/or older children to make on their own. A variety of different cooking tools and techniques are highlighted to help your children gain cooking confidence.

Because cooking goes beyond just following instructions, “Food for thought” ideas are highlighted under each recipe giving you teachable moments to share with your children. Some examples include: “What is Shoe peg Corn? How do I separate an egg white from the yolk? And, why do we use oil rather than butter when we cook on high heat?” Who knows, maybe you might even learn a thing or two!

Gluten-free options are also available under each recipe to accommodate my allergy-suffering friends (hand raised!). So, here we go…. let those kiddos crack eggs, pour milk, measure, and make a mess. Did I say make a mess?! Ohhh, yes I did, but don’t worry, Mama- as I mentioned above, the kiddos will learn how to clean up the kitchen in the last chapter, they’ll even learn how to make their own cleaning supplies. Last, but not least, when the baking and cooking is done, make sure to sit down and take in those precious moments and indulge in the delicious creations you and your children have made together! 

Example Recipe: Classic French Toast  french toast

Food for Thought: It’s easier to whisk eggs when you break the yolks first! Just poke them, then easily whisk together. *Gluten-Free Option: Use Udi’s GF bread.

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“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ~Benjamin Franklin

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Table of Contents

Introduction………………………………………………………………….11

  • Getting “Comfy”……………………………………………………….13
  • “Comfy” Kitchen Tools………………………………………………14
  • “Comfy” Kitchen Terms……………………………………………..18
  • The “Comfy” Place Setting…………………………………………..20

Kid “Comfy” Recipes:

Beverages

  • Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice…………………………………….21
  • Homemade Flavored Water…………………………………………23
  • Homemade Lemonade………………………………………………25

Breakfast

  • Applesauce Pancakes………………………………………………..27
  • Scrambled Eggs ………………………………………………………30
  • French Toast…………………………………………………………..32

Lunch

  • Egg Salad Sandwiches……………………………………………….34
  • Octodogs………………………………………………………………..36
  • Oven-Baked Chicken Fingers……………………………………….38

Dinner

  • Homemade Mac n Cheese…………………………………………..40
  • Homemade Meatballs……………………………………………….43
  • Bowtie Pasta with Sausage and Veggies ………………………….45

Desserts

  • Muddie Buddies……………………………………………………….48
  • Rice Crispy Treats…………………………………………………….50
  • Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies………………………………………….52

Snacks

  • Homemade Salsa………………………………………………………54
  • Fruit Dip ………………………………………………………………..57
  • No-Bake Power Balls ………………………………………………….59


“Comfy” Clean-Up Tips…………………………………………..……………..61

  • Homemade Cleaners…………………………………………………..62

 (63 pages total PDF) 

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  1. My son loves applesauce and pancakes!!

  2. Hands down . . . chocolate chip cookies! :-)

  3. Pinned on Pinterest, these recipes sound yummy and definitely ones my kids will enjoy helping me with in the kitchen !!! <3

  4. I would love to win a copy! My daughter and I make breakfast together on the weekends. Her favorite recipe is chocolate chip pancakes. I will share this post on Pinterest and Facebook!

  5. My children love porridge for breakfast! Or soaked overnight buckwheat with some lemonjuice, apple, banana and maple sirup. I´d love to win a copy of your ebook !
    Sanne from Germany

  6. Her favorite recipe is homemade chicken noodle soup!

  7. Ginger G. says:

    My children like to bake. They even entered a baking competition at our State Fair this year and both won 3rd place in their individual categories. Recently my 9 year old made a 3 layer cake from scratch.

  8. I shared on Facebook. I don’t have kids (I’m a single 19 year old living at home) but I do love to cook and I really enjoy your blog and recipes. As a child, my favorite foods were chicken tenders and macaroni and cheese. I still really like them ;) Congratulations on your new ebook!

  9. Cynthia Quiroga says:

    My daughter makes no-bake cookies for the family.

    We bake cookies and take them to church every Easter to share with everyone. At Christmas we invite girls and their moms over to bake and decorate cookies to share with others – and ourselves too :)

    I shared on Facebook.

    Grace and peace to you,
    Cynthia Q

  10. My kids LOVE Chicken Stuffed Shells!

  11. My kids are grown but my 4 yo grandson lives with me and loves to help in the kitchen. His favorite meal is whatever we are eating at the moment! Really. He is so grateful at each meal and always says it’s his “favorite!”

  12. Nora Cord says:

    My girls love your Homemade Mac and Cheese Recipe. In fact, I have made it so much that it has become a signature dish at my house and no one knows that it is yours :)

  13. My little boy LOVES your crescent chicken! :-)

  14. We ALL love your recipe for baked caramel apples! My son enjoys stirring the sauce with me (and licking it off the spoon of course)!

  15. My Lil girl loves Mac N Cheese. .. and of course chocolate chip cookies. This book is a blessing and it’s so great to encourage cooking with children. . CONGRATS on your book… shared on FB.. xoxox

  16. My girls love to help with anything, but especially sweet treats like chocolate chip cookies. I can’t wait to try the recipes in your new book! I also shared this post on Pinterest.

  17. Amberjoy says:

    My son loves to make corn tortilla cheese quesadillas!

  18. My kids love gluten free banana bread.

  19. Courtney says:

    Awesome recipes…. My boys LOVE the Rice Crispy Treats!! I also tweeted this post on Twitter @FlStateAlumni :-)

  20. Kathleen says:

    Pretty much any muffin I make.

  21. Karen Jankowski says:

    My kids love to make protein bars with me. Actually they like to make anything with me–could be peanut butter and jelly or something gourmet. When I get those measuring tools out they come running to help.

  22. My kids love Mac n cheese in the rice cooker:))) it’s a weelicious recipe I found.

  23. Definitely the chocolate chip cookies!

  24. My boys love homemade macaroni and cheese!! And it is a treat every once in a while due to how fattening it is. Having 4 boys I think this cookbook would be fun to have!! Mommy has only grown-up cookbooks.

  25. Amy Dietz says:

    My kids all love when I make pancakes!

  26. My son love to help me roll pie crusts…

  27. My kids love helping in the kitchen! Excited to see more recipes for kids :)

  28. shared this on FB

  29. Favorite recipe for my crew? Anything cookie-related!

  30. I love cooking with my kids! My son’s been my sous chef since he was 5. He knows how to make home made spinach & ricotta ravioli :-) yum!

  31. Tracie Wheeler says:

    Love to have the book especially since my grand baby will be helping in the kitchen soon too! Shared on Facebook

  32. My kids LOVE Cinderella’s Pumpkin waffles. I still make them now and the oldest is 18.

  33. Both of my sons love meatballs! I really need to let them help me cook more often!

  34. Jennifer Thorvaldson says:

    Book looks great! Hope to win :) My kid’s favorite thing they both can agree on is my french toast. I shared on FB and Pinterest :)

  35. My Daughter loves sweet cream pancakes with chocolate chips! She would it everyday if she could!

  36. My babies loooove pancakes!! I’m excited about your cookbook!!! My loves are good, little helpers in the kitchen. :)

  37. The recent favorite is homemade waffles :)

  38. Shoshanna says:

    My girls looooove homemade chicken noodle soup with acini di pepe or pastina!

  39. Homemade chicken and dumplings and mashed potatoes would be my girls’ favorite meal!

  40. Tracy Petusky says:

    My 9 year old daughter Eachel loves to make sugar cookies and decorate them with sprinkles.

  41. My kids love to make Ramen noodles so they really need some new ideas! :)

  42. My kids love the crescent chicken!

  43. My daughters love to make bananasauce (mashed bananas, applesauce, raisins & cinnamon).

  44. Michelle S. says:

    My oldest loves to bake. She wants to learn how to do more, including cooking. She recently made scrambled eggs on her own and was very pleased with the results (so was I). My youngest is very picky and could live on mostly fruits and vegetables. Her idea of a Tortilla is literally the Tortilla with a smidgen of shredded cheese inside. That’s it. I’d love to teach my kids about cooking, but I have to admit I’m not very creative in that area and often have to refer to Google for some cooking terms. I’m a recipe follower. I’m looking forward to your book, Janelle. I love your recipes and have made quite a few of them.

  45. Rachel Waggoner says:

    I don’t have any kids…yet. I am due in 8 days (the 30th) with a little girl.
    I can’t wait to purchase the e-book if I am not a winner! :D

  46. Rachel Waggoner says:
  47. Rachel Waggoner says:

    Shared on Facebook! :D

  48. Katrina M. says:

    My children love to make anything sweet – cookies, brownies, etc. But as they have gotten a bit older, they have recognized how great it is to make anything in the kitchen. They love to make Nacho Chicken, as well as Baked Beans and Cornbread.

  49. Cheryl Trotti says:

    We have a multigenerational household! My husband, myself, our daughter & her 7 month old son, our youngest son(17) & our oldest son, his wife & their 8 month old daughter. It’s CRAZY most of the time &, yes, VERY STRESSFUL at times. But we the love is strong & we make it work. We are also a gluten free household & make everything from scratch. So I’m looking forward to our little ones getting their hands dirty in the kitchen & having fun!

  50. Their favorite recipe comes from you, Janelle. The “best ever chocolate chip cookies” made with sylvania’s gluten free flour blend. We like the gluten free cookies better than when we make them with all purpose flour.

  51. Banana bread muffins with chocolate chips.

  52. My kids love octodogs with Mac n cheese:) I love your blog!

  53. They like to bake cakes and decorate them.

  54. My daughters favorite recipe is triple chocolate cake made with pudding and chocolate chips, topped with powder sugar.

  55. Thanks for the giveaway! I hope your ministry is doing well!

    DD’s favorite food that she can actually maker herself is hummus wraps!
    We just take tortillas spread them hummus (chipotle) sprinkle with cheese and warm in the oven until cheese is melted!

  56. Something all of my kids love is pizza any kind of pizza. They can make English muffin pizza.

  57. Definitely breakfast: (whether it’s the foods or bc we’re fresh! I’m not sure) pancakes, scrambled eggs or even overnight slow cooker oatmeal :)

    Pinned @ Chloe N’me! =D

  58. My daughter brought home a pirate cookbook from school and we made gunpowder pudding. Pudding with whipped cream and crushed cookies. She loved that she could do it all herself!

  59. Jodi from NE Ohio says:

    My little boy Joey just loves spaghetti & meatballs. I think I will try the GF version because I recently found out I have celiac disease and having my family tested as well. I’ve been following your blog for a long time and just love it. You are truly an inspiration.

    God bless you and your beautiful family!

  60. Misty Oldfield says:

    Definitely your chocolate chip cookies. Just made them last night with my daughter to take to a friend’s house… Love them

  61. Love them all.
    I teach children’s cooking classes!

  62. Charlene says:

    I don’t know if this offer is still good, but just in case… my kiddos both like to make and/or eat chocolate stuff–brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and things of that nature. Yum yum!

  63. Karen S. says:

    My daughter’s latest love is homemade granola bars! Thanks for the chance!

  64. I have 3 kids under the age of 5. My two oldest girls and I love making Grandma Ruth’s spaghetti sauce. My hubby made the meatballs – hands down – best ones I’ve ver had! I’ve tried so many of your recipes – I’d love to have your book for some fresh ideas! So glad I made it in time – 11:10 PM! My first comment on a blog ever! I read your blog almost daily now. Haha

  65. Jennifer Lemke says:

    My little guy loves to cook with mom. His favorites is cupcakes! He has even helped me make chicken fried rice. Shared on Pinterest and Facebook.

  66. This is awesome! My oldest daughter has fallen in love with cooking and in fact, she picked out our dinner tonight and helped cook the entire thing tonight-big deal for her. I would say her favorite meal is Spaghetti Carbonarra, Eden’s is probably pizza, and Christian…well he is only 15 months and he adores fruit! He devoured a whole tomato tonight,lol!

  67. Breakfast for dinner is a fave of my kids!

  68. Shared on pinterest

  69. My son is 2 and has just started baking with me. We love baking brownies & Mickey cookies!

  70. Helena Schaden says:

    We love making chocolate chip cookies…mmm! Shared on Pinterest also! :)

  71. Denise Hubbard says:

    Cookies, cookies and more cookies – any kind!

  72. My youngest son loves to cook and your book sounds like it would be such a great help to us. I am not gifted in the area of cooking so I have only taught him to make a few basic things. He loves to make spaghetti and tacos. Thank you for the giveaway!

  73. These days, anything with black beans!

  74. My kids love making chocolate chip cookies and pan cakes with me. Thank you, Janelle! I will also pin this!

  75. my son loves our 3-ingredients peanut butter cookies and he had made it himself too (with mommy’s help too :-)

  76. My grandchildren have spent much time with me in the kitchen – we’re all about baking cookies…any kind! I would love to win a copy of your wonderful book. Thanks for putting this together.

  77. My son loves enchiladas. Not sure if this is still open, but thought I’d try. Would love the gluten free options.

  78. Thank you for doing a giveaway! My 4yr old daughter really loves working in the kitchen with me, and her favorite “recipes” are definitely making coffee for Daddy, and rolling up the Pillsbury Croissants. But also topping the list would be S’mores Cookies – we buy the 24-ct Nestle ready-made mini chocolate chip cookies, and bake them at 350 for 7min. Pull out the pan and top each cookie with a square marshmallow, & return to the oven for 2 more minutes. Remove from oven and top each roasted marshmallow with a piece of Hershey bar. You can wait for them to cool (less messy), but we like them fresh from the oven – a glorious gooey mess, and so yummy! Sharing on Facebook :)

  79. Pancakes hands down. He loves to eat them, and he loves that he gets to help.

  80. Ann Jenkins says:

    My grandbabies love rice crispy treats. How we win you book so we can make lots more yummy healthier treats. Blessings

  81. shared this on pinterest .. thanks!

  82. M son loves pancake

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