"Could" and "will" are often two very different things though. Somehow, making cooking cards for my kids got back-burnered.
Then, recently, I saw Heidi's awesome homemade Banana Blender Cookie cards at Work and Play. These brought the idea of step-by-step pictorial cooking cards for the kids back to the fore of my mind. Thus, I began creating some with a simple GFCF, sugar-free recipe that my children and I enjoy making every autumn (and sometimes at other times in the year):
Crock Pot Applesauce
I think I have turned my Publisher file for these recipe cards into a PDF correctly and uploaded it to a site for your ease of download. So, please feel free to give it a try by clicking here. (Off course, if it doesn't work, let me know. I am new to this way of sharing files.)
To use the cards with your children, simply print them, cut them and laminate them if you wish. Then, put them in a flip photo album, on a ring or in a recipe file box, and follow the steps, one card at a time.
I hope you and your children enjoy this simple recipe as much as we do.
Next on my Montessori Recipe Cards printable list will be one our favorite protein-packed GFCF pancake breakfast recipes. I aim to have it up within a couple weeks. So, stop by to check for it, and, if you have any tips or requests for improving the format of the cards before I post the next ones, please share your thoughts in a comment.
Happy "I Can Do It" kiddo cooking!
I am linking this post to my BloTaAcMo initiative, as I knocked three more things off my task list in preparing this post: figuring out how to convert a Publisher document to a PDF, opening an account for sharing files online and linking blog posts to items to share. Hopefully, I did all this correctly.... If you've managed to publish a post that you've been meaning to for quite some time, or if you have blog tasks and tips to share this month, please feel free to link them up to the linky at my initial BloTaAcMo.
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