When teaching kids to cook, the best possible advice is to let them get involved with any safe, simple tasks they’re likely to enjoy.
It probably goes without saying, but cooking lessons for kids should always directly involve them as much as possible. The more hands-on they get with the food, the more excited they’ll be about the process of cooking, and the more likely they’ll be to get inspired with their own culinary ideas in due course.
With that in mind, here are two incredibly simple recipes that can serve as introductory home cooking lessons for kids. Both are quick and easy to make, and children from ages 6 and up can directly (and safely) help you out while preparing them. Better yet, they can’t really go too far wrong with either of them, so you’ll all enjoy sampling the results!